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History course starts at King's Lynn museum this month



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True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum is running a six-session local history course from March 31 to May 5, 1-3pm, in the Museum’s Education Room.

The course will cover topics such as King’s Lynn and Europe since 1100 and Renaissance King’s Lynn to Victorian and Edwardian King’s Lynn.

The course will cost £30 per person and be led by local historian Dr Paul Richards. As Dr Richards said: “Every English historic town deserves study and appreciation with few as exceptional and fascinating as Lynn. Whether you are starting out in local history, or already involved, this course could be ideal for you.”

King's Lynn Town Hall Dr Paul Richards Launches his new book Titled Lost King's Lynn..Pictured Dr. Paul Richards.. (55572777)
King's Lynn Town Hall Dr Paul Richards Launches his new book Titled Lost King's Lynn..Pictured Dr. Paul Richards.. (55572777)

Places are limited, so anyone interested in finding out more details about the course or booking a place should contact Rebecca Rees on 01553 770479 or outreach@truesyard.co.uk.

The course is part of a series of events connected with the Museum’s Pat Midgley Research Centre, which received Heritage Lottery Funding in 2015. Facilities for local and family history research include a reference library, archive rooms, a reading room and the town’s only Sound Archive.

For more information contact the Museum on 01553 770479 or email info@truesyard.co.uk. Alternatively you can visit the Museum’s website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.



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