Forthcoming Events

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Oct
22
Thu
True’s Talks – Sausage Saints, Wizards & Witches @ True's Yard
Oct 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

‘Sausage Saints, Wizards & Witches – Kings Lynn’s Weird History’ by Lindsey Bavin is the 5th lecture in the 20th series of True’s Talks. The talk will be held at 11am and then repeated at 1pm. This event is free, however, numbers are limited due to Covid-19, so booking is essential.

Fully Booked

Oct
29
Thu
True’s Talks – Sculthorpe Airfield in the Cold War @ True's Yard
Oct 29 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

‘Sculthorpe Airfield in the Cold War’ by Peter Gunn is the 6th lecture in the 20th series of True’s Talks. The talk will be held at 11am and then repeated at 1pm. This event is free, however, numbers are limited due to Covid-19, so booking is essential.

7 spaces left

Nov
5
Thu
True’s Talks – Captain Vancouver’s Monkey Puzzle @ True's Yard
Nov 5 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

‘Captain Vancouver’s Monkey Puzzle: History in our Gardens’ by Alison Gifford is the 7th lecture in the 20th series of True’s Talks. The talk will be held at 11am and then repeated at 1pm. This event is free, however, numbers are limited due to Covid-19, so booking is essential.

5 spaces left

Nov
12
Thu
True’s Talks – King’s Lynn Minster in History @ True's Yard
Nov 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

King’s Lynn Minster in History’ by Dr Paul Richards is the 8th and final lecture in the 20th series of True’s Talks. The talk will be held at 11am and then repeated at 1pm. This event is free, however, numbers are limited due to Covid-19, so booking is essential.

Fully Booked

Sep
16
Thu
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Sep 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

All talks are on Thursdays at 1pm. With the exception of 22nd October which is at 11am

DateSpeakerTitle
2nd SeptEric SomervilleThe Story of Influenza
9th SeptAlison GiffordThe Le Stranges of Hunstanton in the 17th Century: A Musical Family
16th SeptThe Revd Dr Peter DollWalsingham Pilgrimage, Yesterday and Today
23rd SeptSophie HobbsGreat Change: Reflections on the pandemic project
30th SeptDr Paul RichardsLost King’s Lynn 1850-2000
7th OctCarol and David SavageThe Medieval Wool Market and Origins of Globalisation
14th OctPat KnightsThe Royals at Sandringham
22nd OctDr Simon ThurleyClifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020
28th OctDr Matt WoodcockThomas Nashe & Tudor East Anglia
4th NovTony Kirby‘Market Towns in Eastern England since 1750’
11th NovSimon MassenWest Norfolk: A Story in Old Postcards
18th NovProf. Michael Chisholm“What could the Anglo-Saxons have taught Vermuyden?”

 

Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Sep
23
Thu
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

All talks are on Thursdays at 1pm. With the exception of 22nd October which is at 11am

DateSpeakerTitle
2nd SeptEric SomervilleThe Story of Influenza
9th SeptAlison GiffordThe Le Stranges of Hunstanton in the 17th Century: A Musical Family
16th SeptThe Revd Dr Peter DollWalsingham Pilgrimage, Yesterday and Today
23rd SeptSophie HobbsGreat Change: Reflections on the pandemic project
30th SeptDr Paul RichardsLost King’s Lynn 1850-2000
7th OctCarol and David SavageThe Medieval Wool Market and Origins of Globalisation
14th OctPat KnightsThe Royals at Sandringham
22nd OctDr Simon ThurleyClifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020
28th OctDr Matt WoodcockThomas Nashe & Tudor East Anglia
4th NovTony Kirby‘Market Towns in Eastern England since 1750’
11th NovSimon MassenWest Norfolk: A Story in Old Postcards
18th NovProf. Michael Chisholm“What could the Anglo-Saxons have taught Vermuyden?”

 

Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Sep
30
Thu
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Sep 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

All talks are on Thursdays at 1pm. With the exception of 22nd October which is at 11am

DateSpeakerTitle
2nd SeptEric SomervilleThe Story of Influenza
9th SeptAlison GiffordThe Le Stranges of Hunstanton in the 17th Century: A Musical Family
16th SeptThe Revd Dr Peter DollWalsingham Pilgrimage, Yesterday and Today
23rd SeptSophie HobbsGreat Change: Reflections on the pandemic project
30th SeptDr Paul RichardsLost King’s Lynn 1850-2000
7th OctCarol and David SavageThe Medieval Wool Market and Origins of Globalisation
14th OctPat KnightsThe Royals at Sandringham
22nd OctDr Simon ThurleyClifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020
28th OctDr Matt WoodcockThomas Nashe & Tudor East Anglia
4th NovTony Kirby‘Market Towns in Eastern England since 1750’
11th NovSimon MassenWest Norfolk: A Story in Old Postcards
18th NovProf. Michael Chisholm“What could the Anglo-Saxons have taught Vermuyden?”

 

Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Oct
7
Thu
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Oct 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

All talks are on Thursdays at 1pm. With the exception of 22nd October which is at 11am

DateSpeakerTitle
2nd SeptEric SomervilleThe Story of Influenza
9th SeptAlison GiffordThe Le Stranges of Hunstanton in the 17th Century: A Musical Family
16th SeptThe Revd Dr Peter DollWalsingham Pilgrimage, Yesterday and Today
23rd SeptSophie HobbsGreat Change: Reflections on the pandemic project
30th SeptDr Paul RichardsLost King’s Lynn 1850-2000
7th OctCarol and David SavageThe Medieval Wool Market and Origins of Globalisation
14th OctPat KnightsThe Royals at Sandringham
22nd OctDr Simon ThurleyClifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020
28th OctDr Matt WoodcockThomas Nashe & Tudor East Anglia
4th NovTony Kirby‘Market Towns in Eastern England since 1750’
11th NovSimon MassenWest Norfolk: A Story in Old Postcards
18th NovProf. Michael Chisholm“What could the Anglo-Saxons have taught Vermuyden?”

 

Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Oct
14
Thu
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Oct 14 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

All talks are on Thursdays at 1pm. With the exception of 22nd October which is at 11am

DateSpeakerTitle
2nd SeptEric SomervilleThe Story of Influenza
9th SeptAlison GiffordThe Le Stranges of Hunstanton in the 17th Century: A Musical Family
16th SeptThe Revd Dr Peter DollWalsingham Pilgrimage, Yesterday and Today
23rd SeptSophie HobbsGreat Change: Reflections on the pandemic project
30th SeptDr Paul RichardsLost King’s Lynn 1850-2000
7th OctCarol and David SavageThe Medieval Wool Market and Origins of Globalisation
14th OctPat KnightsThe Royals at Sandringham
22nd OctDr Simon ThurleyClifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020
28th OctDr Matt WoodcockThomas Nashe & Tudor East Anglia
4th NovTony Kirby‘Market Towns in Eastern England since 1750’
11th NovSimon MassenWest Norfolk: A Story in Old Postcards
18th NovProf. Michael Chisholm“What could the Anglo-Saxons have taught Vermuyden?”

 

Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Oct
22
Fri
True’s Talks @ True's Yard
Oct 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
True's Talks @ True's Yard

 TRUE’S TALKS (22nd SERIES)

Autumn 2021

22nd October which is at 11am

22nd October Dr Simon Thurley will be speaking about Clifton House in King’s Lynn 1300-2020Booking for the talks opens on Tuesday 10th August 2021.                           

All lectures are free.

 For further details- Call: 01553 770479 or Email: info@truesyard.co.uk

 

Admission Prices

Adults £3

Seniors (over 60) £2.50

Children (under 5′s go free) £1.50

Family (2 adults + 2 children) £6

Research Centre Free

No dogs allowed except for guide dogs.

Opening Hours

Normal Hours Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4pm Last admission 3pm

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