Published: Thursday, 15th September 2022
A special public service of commemoration and thanksgiving for the life of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II being held in King's Lynn Minster this Friday 16 September 2022 is to be streamed online.
The Mayor of the borough of King's Lynn and west Norfolk Cllr Lesley Bambridge will attend the service, which will be led by Rev Canon Dr Mark Dimond.
The service will be an opportunity for everyone attending to remember Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and what she meant to the people of west Norfolk, and to take a few moments to really reflect on her life.
Members of the public are welcome to attend this service. Doors will open at 4.30pm, and people are advised to arrive and be seated by 5.45pm so that the service can begin promptly at 6pm.
Members of the public who are unable to attend can watch the service online at youtube.com/WestNorfolkBC
The Saturday Market Place car park will be closed on Friday until after the service. Other parking is available in King’s Lynn close to the Minster including St James’ Multi-storey and Baker Lane car parks.
In the event of large numbers attending, the service will be relayed outside the Minster.
On Sunday, 18 September, the Minster will remain open if people wish to gather there to observe the national 1-minute's silence at 8pm.