Letters: Elizabeth Nockolds, March 4, 2016

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I read with interest the letter from Edith Reeves in the Lynn News (February 23) regarding Sunday opening of heritage attractions. I would like to share with your readers some exciting changes that are coming.

When the new Stories of Lynn attraction opens this Easter, the Lynn Museum will also open its doors on Sundays from Easter to September. In addition, we will be launching a special Sunday ticket, a cost-effective, single ticket giving people access to three great attractions – the Custom House maritime exhibition, Stories of Lynn and Lynn Museum. And, unless there is an event on, most Sundays people will be able to explore many of the other historic rooms of the town hall, including the 15th-century Trinity Guildhall, Georgian Assembly Rooms, card room and old court room.

I think these changes, along with the new Stories of Lynn exhibition, will really add to the town’s already rich and diverse heritage attractions.

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds

Borough council cabinet member for culture, heritage and health