Thoresby College (also Trinity College) was a 16th-century collegiate-style residence for thirteen chantry priests in King's Lynn, Norfolk, East of England. Located on Queen Street opposite the Guildhall, it has been converted into a youth hostel, and offices for the King`s Lynn Preservation Trust. It is a Grade I listed building.
The priests were employed by the Trinity Guild of King’s Lynn. Its founder and benefactor, Thomas Thoresby, was a merchant and three times Mayor of the town; he died in 1510 before the building was completed. Notable features include a Dutch gable front, the interior has exposed wood beams. The original great door was decorated with parchemin panels.
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