Details of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon lecture series at Marriott’s Warehouse on Lynn’s South Quay have been announced.
The spring programme will open on Sunday, March 20, with Gallivanting about the Galapagos by Sharron Bosley.
The series then continues every two weeks with A Short History of Castle Rising by Fred Cooke on April 3; Monuments of War - Wartime remains in West Norfolk by Tony Hall on April 17; and Medieval Lynn and The Importance of King John by Dr Paul Richards on May 1.
All the talks are held from 3-4pm, admission is free (just a donation box) and there is no need to book.
For further information, visit the Marriott’s Warehouse Trust website www.marriottswarehousetrust.co.uk or contact the project manager, Rebecca Rees, on 07582 037301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marriott’s Warehouse was originally built in the 1580s to store salt, corn and wine, and is now a Grade II* listed building.
Run by the Marriott’s Warehouse Trust, it aims to tell the story of the town’s historic built environment, particularly its merchant houses and warehouses.
The Trust’s exhibition, historic buildings of King’s Lynn past and present, is open daily.