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Could you show visitors around the South Gate and Red Mount Chapel in King’s Lynn?

PUBLISHED: 12:28 02 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:55 02 May 2018

The Red Mount Chapel in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

The Red Mount Chapel in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Heritage volunteers are needed to show visitors around two historic buildings.

The Red Mount Chapel and South Gate are two of Lynn’s most historic buildings, and during their summer season opening hours, they are run by volunteers who welcome visitors to the buildings, show them round, and share their knowledge of the buildings’ histories.

The two buildings are open every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from mid-May until mid-September between 1pm and 4pm. Each year, just before the season begins, all current volunteers are invited to a get-together at the town hall. This year anyone who is interested in becoming a heritage volunteer is invited to come along, meet the staff and other volunteers, and find out more about this rewarding experience.

The meeting is on Wednesday, May 9 (2pm)in the Education Room at Stories of Lynn, at the town hall, on the Saturday Market Place. Anyone who would like to attend should email bob.price@west-norfolk.gov.uk.


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