New system will help the blind and partially-sighted discover the treasures of King’s Lynn
A special system of speaker triggered by key fobs are being installed on King's Lynn's Pilgrimage Trail.
Blind and partially-sighted visitors will be able to use the system to find out where they are and information about some of the sights en route.
Messages are being recorded in English, Portugese, and Russian.
Units will be located at St Nicholas Chapel (pictured) and:
• Lynn railway station
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• Lynn Museum
• Red Mount Chapel
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• All Saints Church
• St Margaret's Church
• Town House Museum
• The Purfleet
Lynn is the first town in East Anglia to use the system, developed by the Royal National Institute for the Blind.