Three of the Kick the Dust film crew, Ryan Stott, Chloe Braithwaite and Tyler Collison with Abigail Rawlings from West Norfolk Council, mayor Lesley Bambridge, Tony Calladine, East of England regional director, Historic England, Hetty Thornton, of Historic England and Rachael Williams. Picture: Ian Burt

Young film-makers received certificates to mark their achievement at the premiere of a film about a King’s Lynn street.

The film has been made to celebrate the history of Chapel Street and was shown last Thursday at the Corn Exchange.

It was commissioned for Historic England as  part of the Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) project and involved the film-makers learning about the street’s history and talking to people who used to live there.

The five young people involved – Ryan Stott, Chloe Braithwaite, Tyler Collison, Samuel Hudson and Kat Kirk – are all members of Kick the Dust.

Kick the Dust is a scheme which gives young people the chance to engage with local heritage and culture and to develop their skills and confidence.

They were supported in the project by Rachael Williams, learning and engagement officer for the Stories of Lynn attraction which is based in the town hall at the Saturday Market Place.

West Norfolk Mayor, Lesley Bambridge, presented the certificates at the film premiere to  three of the film-makers as two were unable to attend the event.