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Local InformationWest Norfolk and Kings Lynn
From medieval King's Lynn's grand houses and historic port to Royal Sandringham, the Queen's country home and from Heacham's Norfolk Lavender to the 12th century Castle Acre priory, West Norfolk covers some of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside and coastline in Britain.
King's Lynn itself was originally named Bishop's Lynn and has a rich and fascinating history stretching back over 1,000 years. Situated on the River Great Ouse, the town is a charming contrast of both winding streets and alleyways of the old town and a lively pedestrianised shopping area leading to bustling Tuesday and Saturday marketplaces.
Built in 1683 as a Merchants Exchange, the Old Custom House sits along the banks of the river. In front of this glorious old monument to King's Lynn's maritime heritage, is a statue of George Vancouver. Born in 1757 he is one of Britain's most celebrated sailors famous for his voyage around the world to chart the Pacific coast of America.
The Corn Exchange is a grade II Listed Building on the Tuesday Market Place, home to a multi-purpose venue for concert and community use. Close by is the King's Lynn Arts Centre, a more intimate venue hosting a wide programme of comedy, music and cinema.
Families who enjoy sport are well served. Lynnsport is the biggest sporting and leisure complex in East Anglia. The King's Lynn Sports Centre has facilities like a climbing wall, squash courts and a multi-purpose sports hall.
Much of it designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the West Norfolk coastline is a mass of sand dunes, reed beds and clear horizons.