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Pleasant Sunday Afternoons


The genteel occuption for the enquiring mind on a quiet afternoon. This lecture series will return with the 2020 Spring series.

All Pleasant Sunday Afternoon talks are from 3.00pm to 4.00pm.

No booking necessary, no admission charge, just a donation box.

22nd March - 'The Foul Murder of Laurence Behar, Watch and Clockmaker' by Dr Julian Litten

5th April - 'Ipswich - a Hanseatic Port ' by Pat Grimwade

19th April - 'The Sandringham Churches' by Pat Knights

3rd May - 'Napoleon’s Pillage' by Carol and David Savage

Hanse Festival - History & Archaeology Symposium


To celebrate King's Lynn's Hanse Festival the Trust's annual Symposium will be held from 2pm on Saturday 16th May 2020.

Speakers and times TBC.
“Arnold fitz Thedmar (1201-74): Alderman of the Germans in London & the establishment of the Hansa” by Dr Ian Stone
TBC - by Matthew Champion

Tickets for this event will be £5 (this includes entry to both talks) and will be available from True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum (01553 770479 or [email protected]) or on the door.

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