The Kessingland community turned out to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, which ended the First World War on the Western Front.
It started off with a village appeal to trace descendants of First World War casualties.
Coastal communities across East Anglia could be abandoned to the sea after government advisors questioned whether it is economically viable to save them.
It started off with a request to the parish council, asking about potentially starting a new group for the area.
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Residents in Kessingland are being invited along to a ‘Big Lunch’ as part of a national initiative to build stronger communities.
It is a permanent reminder to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
Kessingland residents are being invited to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them.
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