Imaginative Thinking


So it seems the future of the King’s Lynn Art’s Centre is temporarily on hold to allow local councillors to get a better understanding of the situation, which begs the question why a decision was made without such understanding.

That said given that the Council leader Mr Daubney considers an unused space below the Assembly Rooms, described by himself as “a junk room”, as “imaginative thinking” perhaps explains the situation more clearly.

And all this is happening whilst one of the finest exhibitions for some time takes place at the Arts Centre, namely ‘Shirley Craven and Hull Traders : Revolutionary Post-War Fabrics and Furniture’.

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