On Friday 16 November the King’s Lynn Preservation Trust celebrated its 60th anniversary at a special event hosted by the historian and writer, Simon Thurley, and Anna Keay, Director of the Landmark Trust, at their home – Clifton House, Queen Street, King’s Lynn – one of over a dozen properties in the town restored by us. There were over 70 guests. The principal speaker was Philip Mould, the art expert and co-presenter of BBC TV’s Fake or Fortune programme. We published a new brochure to mark the event. KLPT_Brochure_WEB
The event provided the opportunity to look back with pride over the Trust’s achievements but also to highlight the obstacles our vital ongoing work now faces – not least the continuing rise in property values and the increasing difficulty in finding adequate funds to help preserve the richness of King’s Lynn’s build heritage.
If you would like to contribute in any way to our important work, please do contact us, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org ) , by phone (01553 763871 Mon-Thurs) or by post (King’s Lynn Preservation trust, Thoresby College, Queen Street, King’s Lynn, PE30 1HX). We would like to hear from you.