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    ACCESS - supporting migrants in East Anglia (formerly Kings Lynn Area Resettlement Support (KLARS)) works to provide free multi-lingual advice and information. Its aim is to help clients access services appropriately and resolve problems quickly to work towards improving quality of life. It supports clients with a wide…
    Working with Cambridgeshire County Council, we are offering free support that helps connect you to a range of services including: Money & benefit support Free assessment to make sure your home suits your needs Advice & access to technology which supports you in your home…
    There are Jehovah's Witness congregation meetings at: Downham Market - Old School House, Crimplesham, PE33 9DX Meeting on Thursday 7:15 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM Heacham -  34a Hunstanton Road, PE31 7HH - 01485 570468 - Meeting on Thursday 7:00 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM Fakenham - Helhoughton Road, Hempton, NR21 7DY -…
    King's Lynn Christadelphians meet every Sunday at The West Norfolk Deaf Association Centre.
    The Minster is situated in the historic surroundings of the Saturday Market Place in the heart of King’s Lynn. Founded by the first Bishop of Norwich, Herbert de Losinga, in 1101, the Minster has offered a welcome to pilgrims and visitors for over 900 years.…
    King's Lynn Quakers is a friendly group of people from King's Lynn and West Norfolk who meet for worship and other activities. They warmly welcome visitors of all faiths and none.
    Services are held each Shabbat morning, starting at 10.00am, and are traditional in style, using the Singer's Prayer Book. The service is followed by a Kiddush when any visitor is made welcome. All Jewish festivals are celebrated and there is a Communal Seder each year.…
    The Plymouth Brethren meet at the Downham Gospel Hall, Setchey. Gospel preaching - Sunday 5.15pm - Bible meeting – Tuesday 7.15pm - The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion) – Sunday 6am The times and venues are typical, to confirm these or get times for other services please…
    The parish comprises the church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour & St. Edmund at Hunstanton and St. Cecilia's at Dersingham.