Two-day gin festival coming to King’s Lynn
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Let the weekend be gin as the first ever gin festival comes to King's Lynn.
Taking place at St Nicholas Chapel in St Ann's Street, gin lovers will be handed their very own gin festival glass and a brochure detailing all of the gins on offer for the evening.
Throughout the event there will be live music and entertainment and the opportunity to meet artisan gin distillers.
Money raised from the event will go towards two charities - Lynn-based military charity Bridge For Heroes and Marshfields, a short break unit in King's Lynn for five to 18-year-olds with severe learning disabilities.
There will also be a special Snapchat filter at the venue for guests to use and take selfies with.
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The festival, organised by King's Lynn and District Round Table 54, will take place on Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10, 7.30pm - 10.30pm.
For more information, visit the King's Lynn Gin Festival Facebook page @KLGinFestival.
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