What would you like to see in Boal Quay, King's Lynn?

King’s Lynn was one of only 4 medieval Hanse towns in the UK. During the 14th century, King’s Lynn ranked as England’s most important port with two rare Hanseatic League warehouses still in existence.

St Margaret’s Church was once lit with whale-oil lamps and Blubber House Creek, where whale blubber and bones were processed, sits at the entrance to the town.

Below are the shortlisted submissions for Boal Quay, King’s Lynn. You can read more about the individual works and artists by selecting the images below and register to let us know which artworks you like best!

You can like as many artworks as you wish, and you can also select your favourite work for this location by pressing the ‘star’ button. Casting has now closed and we will be announcing the artworks to Early Spring 2022.


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