Kings Lynn Civis Society Norfolk

4th October 2018

The Importance of Margery Kempe of Lynn

Professor Anthony Bale

Everything about the life of Margery Kempe and her unique 'Booke' is astonishing. She is internationally regarded and we should celebrate her more in her home town.

1st November 2018

Whales, Whaling and the Greenland Fishery

Jon Jackson

Jon lives in this fascinating house and has come to know its history well, which has inspired his popular handmade leather whales of all shapes and sizes.

6th December 2018

Designing and Making Stained Glass

Fiona Kilpatrick

Now living in North Norfolk, Fi is influenced by the stunning scenery that surrounds her; land, sea and vast skyscapes that are constantly changing.

7th February 2019

Wisbech Rail Reopening Campaign and the Wisbech 2020 Vision Plan

Peter Wakefield, Railfuture

What can King's Lynn learn about the regeneration plans for Wisbech?

7th March 2019

East of England Apples and Orchards Project

Dr Tom Williamson UEA

Orchards, and orchard fruit, have been studied for many decades by a group of knowledgeable enthusiasts. This new initiative builds on their work and that carried out by a range of partner organisations.

4th April 2019

Architects and Enthusiasts: Architectural adventures in Victorian Lynn

Elizabeth James

A look at some varied Victorian buildings and those who had a part in their building, from the architects to the local Architectural Society.

23rd May 2019

AGM – Some successes of the Townscape Heritage Initiative

Steven King, Project Officer BCKLWN

Key buildings in St James Street and Saturday Market Place have been restored supported by grants from the THI and their enthusiastic owners.

All lectures at Thoresby College, South Quay at 7.30. Members free. Visitors £2

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King's Lynn
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