Pop-up Volunteer Centre in the Vancouver Quarter

As part of volunteers week, we’re hosting a special pop-up volunteer centre on Tuesday 6 June at 27 New Conduit Street, opposite Wilko Kings Lynn. Pop in for a chat anytime between 10am and 4pm and find out about what options are available. Volunteering is a great opportunity to expand your skills, meet new people and … Continued

Summer half term fun in the Vancouver Quarter

Families are being invited to join us next week to enjoy our two free workshops. Children can make Royal crowns and Charters on the Queen’s coronation day, Friday 2 June, to celebrate King’s Lynn’s long-standing relationship with the monarchy, dating back to the 13th century and a charter being granted to the town by King John in 1204 that established … Continued

Claim Fantastic Rewards with Festival Too – Crowdfunding Campaign 2017

The Festival Too Crowdfunding page is now live and includes lots of great rewards including golden circle (front row) tickets, t-shirts tickets to the back in the day after party and more PLUS everyone donating £10 gets a wristband which unlocks some fantastic discounts from across town including: Alive Corn Exchange – Tuesday Market Place … Continued

Reach for the Stars with a Vancouver Quarter discount card

Mark the dates in your diary – May is the first month for Vancouver Quarter discount card holders to enjoy speedway with the King’s Lynn Stars. The town’s premier league team races at the Adrian Flux Arena and fans can save cash with the new discount card offer for three exciting home fixtures to be … Continued

1,000 children enjoy Easter Egg Hunt around King’s Lynn town centre

A glorious Easter Saturday saw hundreds of families take part in a King’s Lynn-wide Easter Egg Trail, organised by the Vancouver Quarter. Maps in hand, some 1,000 intrepid hunters were sent out to uncover 15 giant Easter eggs which were hidden around the town with an Easter treat for all those who managed to find … Continued

Families enjoy free Easter Bonnets and Baskets workshop

There was corner-to-corner creativity in the Vancouver Quarter on Thursday when children were busy making Easter bonnets and baskets at a special workshop. Around 100 children and their families visited a New Conduit Street unit for the event. “Our Easter workshops always prove popular and it was wonderful to see so many children busily creating … Continued