Tomorrow, landscape architect, Gill Wynne-Williams will be at the Golden Lion Hotel in Hunstanton to canvass local public opinion on the proposed bid for heritage lottery funding to restore The Green and the Esplanade Gardens.
Earlier this week she visited the Heritage Centre where Brian Holmes and Hunstanton town mayor, Andrew Murray drew her attention to some of the town’s lost assets which could be revived through this project.
Afterwards Mr Murray said: “Gill spent over an hour with us. She seemed very interested in the history of the town and in particular in the features that have over the years been lost.
“She will be at the Golden Lion Hotel on Saturday although her assistant, Karen Lacey will be leading the project to rejuvenate The Green and Esplanade Gardens.”
Mr Holmes, who was responsible for assembling most of the exhibits that were of interest to Gill, added: “It is really good to see the person in charge of Wynne-Williams Associates taking this opportunity to delve into our archives as part of the consultation process.”
Drop-in sessions will take pace at the Golden Lion tomorrow from 11am to 3pm and from 5 to 7pm with a questionnaire available for organisations and members of the public to fill in.