Our blog will provide a regular virtual window into the workings and musings of the remarkable GroundWork Gallery, a new space committed to all aspects of the environment, and to the artists and designers whose ideas and works enable us to think about the fundamental elements of the world which we inhabit.

GroundWork Gallery's First Blog

Our first posting offers an introduction to the recently inaugurated GroundWork Gallery, established in July 2016.  We invite you to visit the Gallery in King’s Lynn, to explore the GroundWork website and to keep an eye open for forthcoming educational events, talks and discussions.  Please sign up to our mailing list to receive regular GroundLevel.....

Extra time! and Other Stories

Extra Time!  There are further opportunities to see the current Out of the Wood exhibition at the GroundWork Gallery in December 2016 and January 2017, so don’t miss out.  The exhibition will be open on the following Fridays and Saturdays between 11.00 am - 4 pm:

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Tree Stories: Harding’s Pits Doorstep Green

Sometime in 2003, a man rang and said: ‘Would you like to come and help us with our community project in King’s Lynn?  We need to put in a grant application.’  His name was Roger Turff, a semi-retired journalist who lived on Queen Street in central Kings Lynn.  Roger had been asked by a local Councillor to develop a community-led project for Harding’s Pits, about five acres