King's Lynn has so many assets, Lynn News letters
I walk through the town centre almost every single day and I’ve never seen one of these rangers. I’ve seen equivalent guides in Norwich – clearly they don’t see the point of stab vests.
I attended a Lynn ambassors’ course some years ago, run by West Norfolk Council, and have always made a point of helping visitors. They’re easy to spot as they gaze at a map or at signposts. Nobody has ever threatened me.
Not only do we have the Corn Exchange, but also the Shakespeare’s Guildhall Trust, the wonderful Westacre theatre a bare 30 minutes away (Eleanora and Friends gave a superb performance of boogie, jazz and blues on evening of October 11) and a cinema with three screens showing the latest films and more screens to come.
I’ve spent 34 years living in King’s Lynn – maybe it’s not as glamorous as some other places, neither is it as threatening and it has the huge advantage of being easy to get round on foot, a wonderful historic area, great restaurants, easy access to countryside and to coast – I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.