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Kipper Feet ballet show boosts King's Lynn museum




A ballet show celebrating the history of Lynn’s North End has supported the town’s True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum.

A bucket collection at the Kipper Feet shows last month raised £426.87 for the museum, which tells the story of the North End community.

The shows were put on by the Noise & Chance Dance School and were inspired by the works of fisher poet Frank Castleton.

Presentation at True's Yard, by Noise & Chance Dance School's Trina Lee of a bucket with £426.87 which was collected at the Kipper Feet event in King's Lynn...LtoR, Trina Lee presenting the Cash to True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum Manager Lindsey Bavin. (18488718)
Presentation at True's Yard, by Noise & Chance Dance School's Trina Lee of a bucket with £426.87 which was collected at the Kipper Feet event in King's Lynn...LtoR, Trina Lee presenting the Cash to True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum Manager Lindsey Bavin. (18488718)

Dance school director Trina Lee, left, presented the money to True’s Yard manager Lindsey Bavin. MLNF-19PM10029


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