Lindsey Bavin, Laura Anderson, Paul Richards and Angela Reeves.

A King’s Lynn building society branch has raised money to help one of the town’s museums.

Staff at the Norwich and Peterborough, in New Conduit Street, took part in the Grand East Anglia Run earlier this year.

The 10k event was held around Lynn town centre and the runners raised £270 for True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum.

The cheque was presented to the museum by branch manager  Michelle Eaglen and customer adviser Laura Anderson, who took part in the race.

“Here at the Norwich and Peterborough we love to do what we can to support local causes like the Fisherfolk museum,” said Ms Eaglen.

The cheque was presented to Dr Paul Richards, chairman of the True’s Yard Trust, who said the money would help with exhibitions, events and lectures at the North End venue.

True’s Yard is all that remains of the former North End fishing community which existed for hundreds of years with the imposing St Nicholas Chapel at the centre.