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The King's Lynn Preservation Trust Limited Fifty Years

The Queen and The Trust Chairman, Tony Williams, after the unveiling of the plaque to mark her visit to Thoresby College

The Queen autographs the Royal photograph

The Queen signs the Trust’s Visitors Book

The plaque marking The Queen’s visit on the Trust’s fiftieth birthday



On this page during this year you will find images, articles and presentation that have involved the Trusts Fiftieth Anniversary

The first event to mark this important milestone was a visit by The Queen to the Trust’s headquarters, Thoresby College, on the morning of Thursday, 24 January. Welcomed by the Chairman, Tony Williams, Her Majesty was able to meet many of those who have helped the Trust over the years to make an important contribution to the preservation of King’s Lynn’s architectural heritage. The Queen saw a new display, telling the story of the Trust from its early years to the present day and explaining future plans.

 Her Majesty then unveiled a plaque to commemorate her visit. Afterwards, she signed a Royal photograph and the Trust’s Visitors Book, which her late mother had signed many years before when Patron.

 Finally, the Vice Chairman, David Woodcock, thanked The Queen warmly for so kindly coming to see what the Trust had achieved in its fifty years. It was a generous gesture which had given all those present great pleasure and pride.

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