King’s Lynn Preservation Trust
At the forefront of rescuing and restoring many of King’s Lynn’s historical buildings
King’s Lynn Preservation Trust has been at the forefront of rescuing and restoring many of King’s Lynn’s historic buildings since its inception in 1958. It remains active in promoting an appreciation of the heritage of the town.
This site introduces the aims and objectives of the Trust and describes our current work and past projects.
The Trust’s successful projects include buildings from across the centuries – pre-reformation religious buildings, medieval courtyards, fine merchant houses, townhouses and fishermen’s cottages. They represent the many facets of King’s Lynn’s history as a wealthy town built on maritime trade.
Visitors to King’s Lynn can see these wonderful buildings for themselves – many of them are open to view on the annual Heritage Open Day in September.
Since its foundation and first project, the Trust has actively engaged in acquiring and restoring buildings of historical or architectural merit to help ensure the town’s built heritage is not lost.
Facilities to hire at Thoresby College
Meeting and Conference rooms in King’s Lynn
A centrally heated room with a fully carpeted floor and access to kitchen.
Approx. 32ft x 10ft Maximum permitted number: 24
A centrally heated and fully carpeted room with original hammer beam roof. Access to kitchen by arrangement.
Approx. 32ft x 20ft, can accommodate 50, Ideal for meetings, exhibitions, tutorials etc… Find out more…
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