King’s Lynn stages tourism fair to attract visitors to West Norfolk
Events, talks and children's activities at the Custom House for English Tourism Week.
The delights of King's Lynn and West Norfolk will be on display with a tourism fair next week.
The Custom House will host the event from Thursday to Saturday as part of English Tourism Week and local producers will be offering food and drink to tempt visitors.
Trues' Yard museum and Welney's Wildlife and Wetland Trust will be organising children's craft activities. There will also be town walk tasters at 2pm each day organised by the Town Guides. Goody bags and refreshments will also be available throughout the fair.
Tourist Information Centre staff will be on hand to highlight activities and events taking place this summer and to promote local tourist attractions and places to visit.
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The fair is free and will be open from 10.30am until 4pm with a variety of different activities taking place on each day.
David Pope, West Norfolk Council cabinet member said: 'The theme of this year's English Tourism Week is 'places to visit on your doorstep'. West Norfolk has a wealth of beautiful places and interesting attractions to visit, so this is the ideal opportunity to remind people about them and promote all the activities that are planned throughout the area during 2012. For more information about the event, or visiting the area, contact King's Lynn Tourist Information Centre on 01553 763044.
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