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King's Lynn Museum hosts talk on Taylor’s Seed Shop on October 6

There will be a talk by guest speaker Jim Taylor on Taylor’s Seed Shop and Orchard at Lynn Museum at 4pm on Thursday, October 6, 4-5pm.

The Taylor family were well-known seed merchants in Lynn for four generations, from the 1830s to the 1990s.

Museum learning assistant, Hayley Simmons, said: “It will be lovely to welcome Jim Taylor into the museum once again to talk alongside the recreation of Taylor’s seed shop within our gallery, and the objects generously donated to the Norfolk Museum Service by the family.”

King's Lynn Museum, Market Street.
King's Lynn Museum, Market Street.

Tickets are £3, and free for Norfolk Museums Passholders.

All talk tickets should be booked in advance via norfolk-museums.arttickets.org.uk/lynn-museum or by contacting the museum on 01553 775001 or lynn.museum@norfolk.gov.uk, as seating is limited.

Jim Taylor will also have a temporary exhibition about the seed shop at King’s Lynn Minster between October 22-24.

King's Lynn Museum logo.
King's Lynn Museum logo.

Other upcoming talks include –

Votes for Women: The Suffrage Movement in Norfolk, Thursday, November 3 by Learning Officer Melissa Hawker.

Medieval Christmas: Feasts and Laughter, Thursday, December 1 by Museum learning assistant Hayley Simmons.

Lynn Museum is also open for general visits: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Saturday.

Admission is free October 1, 2022-March 30, 2023.

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