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Reflections of the country’s largest chapel of ease

PUBLISHED: 10:48 24 October 2015

The new information panels and mirror boxes are opening to the pubilc on Saturday 23rd October at St Nicholas Chapel in King's Lynn - Malachi Bernard (8) uses the mirror box to look at the roof. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The new information panels and mirror boxes are opening to the pubilc on Saturday 23rd October at St Nicholas Chapel in King's Lynn - Malachi Bernard (8) uses the mirror box to look at the roof. Picture: Matthew Usher.

© ARCHANT NORFOLK 2015

It’s now much easier to admire the magnificent angels of St Nicholas’ Chapel in King’s Lynn using these mirror carts.

The trolleys are among the activites now available at one of the town’s most historic buildings, which recently re-opened following a £2.7million renovation.

Panels also help tell the story of the chapel, founded in around 1140 and re-built in the 14th and 15th centuries.

Chana James, Marketing Officer at The Churches Conservation Trust, said: “We’ve seen such support locally towards the building and we hope that more visitors will come along to hear these amazing stories for themselves.”

The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and local fundraising efforts. Displays and activities were created by Ugly Studios, based in Norwich.


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