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King’s Lynn Town Guides help locals discover and enjoy historic town

PUBLISHED: 14:50 09 July 2018

A group from North Wootton WI on the Historic Walk with King's Lynn Town Guide Ian Stuart. Picture: Ivor Rowlands

A group from North Wootton WI on the Historic Walk with King's Lynn Town Guide Ian Stuart. Picture: Ivor Rowlands

Ivor Rowlands

Three organisations from King’s Lynn enjoyed a guided tour around town in the sunshine.

Staff from the King’s Lynn Job Centre having a social evening out after work on a King's Lynn Town Guides walk with Helen Russell-Johnson (far left). Picture: Ivor RowlandsStaff from the King’s Lynn Job Centre having a social evening out after work on a King's Lynn Town Guides walk with Helen Russell-Johnson (far left). Picture: Ivor Rowlands

Members of the North Wootton WI booked a Historic Walk on a sunny Tuesday afternoon with town guide Ian Stuart.

Staff from the King’s Lynn Job Centre enjoyed an evening out after work on the Old Lynn, New Pubs walk with Ivor Rowlands.

Town Guide Peter Jackson with one of four groups who attended the Festival Too Family Friendly walk. Picture: Ivor RowlandsTown Guide Peter Jackson with one of four groups who attended the Festival Too Family Friendly walk. Picture: Ivor Rowlands

Town Guide Peter Jackson led four groups who attended the Festival Too Family Friendly walk, including Festival Too vice-chairman Mark Stanford.

Mr Stanford said: “I’ve lived in King’s Lynn for all of my 57 years and think it’s amazing how much there is still to discover about the town.”

Town Guides chairman Bob Price said: “Most of our regular walks are attended by visitors and tourists, but we are always pleased to get bookings for local people.”

For details about the guided walks, visit: www.kingslynntownguides.co.uk.


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