King's Lynn Off The Beaten Path

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    by Bonkers11 Written Nov 22, 2011

    Rather a random day saw us head off to Sedgeford. This is the site of an archeology dig. They have information on the finds that have been unearthed within Norfolk and are enthusiastic about imparting knowledge of what is going on on the site. We could should we have wanted been able to help with the digging.

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    look all around you

    by tumblingtoast Updated Nov 23, 2003

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    King's Lynn has an important Medieval past, and some of it is still visible. There are the usual places to see, such as The Guildhall etc, but please.....when you walk along the High St, and down St James St, cast your eyes above the shop fronts to see the old architecture above.The medieval town centre was mainly destroyed in the 60's by the building of a new town centre.....and when the council has builders for councillors history takes a back view to profit.....**** history..I want a new house!.... See it while you can.

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