Maritime Art Exhibition

THEY THAT GO DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS: Maritime Art Exhibition   True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum celebrates 30 years 2021. To highlight this anniversary, the trustees have organised an exhibition of local maritime art since 1850 using paintings from the Museum’s own collection with other works from Norfolk collectors. Artists include: Henry Baines, George…

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Getting Here

Getting here By car If you are driving and using a sat nav to find your way here, you should use the postcode PE301LT (St Ann’s Street). On arriving at St Ann’s Street, follow the road to where it meets North Street where the Museum is located. Parking Unfortunately, we have no onsite parking but…

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Information for disabled visitors

Information for disabled visitors At True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum, we can currently only provide partially access our public areas, but efforts are being made to improve that. Getting here By car If you are driving and using a sat nav to find your way here, you should use the postcode PE301LT (St Ann’s Street). On…

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Access

ACCESS POLICY Mission Statement The founding philosophy of the North End Trust is to educate and inform the public about the once thriving fishing community of the North End of King’s Lynn and its culture and history.  Our current mission is also to provide training and educational opportunities, as well as research facilities, to a…

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VE Day

VE Day blogpost by Museum Assistant, Lexy Today marks the 76th anniversary of VE Day. VE Day stands for Victory in Europe. This is the day in which Great Britain and The United Sates rejoiced in victory due to the defeat of the Nazis in World War II. 1 million Nazi soldiers tried to allude…

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Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

The North End Trust to receive £15,600 from second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund The North End Trust among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund  This award will help the Museum to be able to continue serving the community it…

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Christmas Closure

True’s Yard will be closed from 20th December 2020-4th January 2021. We want to thank all our supporters for helping us get through this difficult year and we look forward to seeing you all again when we reopen on Tuesday 5th January at 10am

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Reopening again!

The Museum will reopen on 3rd December after being closed since 5th November. We are grateful for all your support. Grant funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund has meant the Museum can continue its community work and contribution to tourism which is so important to West Norfolk. The health and safety of all visitors…

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: TEMPORARY MUSEUM CLOSURE Given the official measures to combat Coronavirus/COVID-19 The North End Trust has decided to close the Museum from 5th November to 2nd December.  We look forward to see you on 3rd December when, circumstances permitting, the Museum officially reopens. The health and safety of our volunteers, visitors and staff must…

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King’s Lynn and West Norfolk History Festival

  King’s Lynn and West Norfolk History Festival 22nd October- 1st November 2020 About the Project The King’s Lynn and West Norfolk History Festival is to be held over half term (22nd October- 1st November 2020). A mixture of digital and physical events celebrating the remarkable history of the area. There will be crafts, talks,…

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