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Ceilidh kicks off restoration works in King’s Lynn

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Help bid farewell to Lynn’s St Nicholas Chapel before restoration work commences, by joining fundraisers for a ceilidh to help raise funds for the rehanging of the bells.

May 16 will see Nicholas Kerrison, director of music at Peterborough’s The King’s School, will play the organ, with Ivan Garford’s Beatroot Ceilidh Band giving the call to dance.

Brazilian black beans and rice will be served for supper, with a complimentary drink upon arrival, all for £15 a ticket.

The event runs from 7.30pm to 11pm and tickets are available from True’s Yard Museum, next to the chapel.

 

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