Hundreds of people enjoyed a free event that saw part of West Norfolk go back to Tudor times.
The time-travelling fun day was held at South Lynn Community Centre in King’s Lynn and was funded by the Councillor Community Grant scheme, after councillors Charles Joyce and Alexandra Kemp chose it for financial help to boost the community they look after.
Alexandra Kemp, Ward member for South and West Lynn, said there were activities for all ages. “There was even a copy of the King John Charter, that gave Lynn the right to govern itself. And the Charter given to Lynn by Queen Mary I, Queen Elizabeth’s sister, in 1557, that made South Lynn part of the borough. Children said they especially loved writing with the quill pens, and learning about Tudor lettering, and said that they would like to come to future events.”