The organisers of a day celebrating the heritage of Lowestoft and the east coast of Suffolk have said they are already planning for next year’s event.
As part of the celebration of the centenary of the end of the First World War, one group of dedicated volunteers are aiming to make 3,000 knitted poppies to commemorate the anniversary.
A town councillor has been getting his hands dirty by helping with much-needed maintenance at an amateur dramatics society’s theatre.
The establishment of a new community and services group tasked with raising traffic issues with councils and highways agencies was given initial support at a council meeting.
As work continues to renovate part of Hamilton House for Lowestoft Town Council, this newspaper got the chance to see the work in progress.
Work to decide how Lowestoft should look and develop in the future is under way at the town council.
A Lowestoft businessman has branded a decision by the town council to refuse a free organised cycle ride to finish at Ness Point “barking mad”.
A “very successful” programme will relaunch later this month with the aim of getting more families and young people outside and active.
A Lowestoft Town councillor has resigned from the council for personal reasons.
The future of the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft was secured at a council meeting after a £200,000 loan to purchase the adjacent ‘Zenith’ building was agreed.
The fate of thousands of artefacts will soon be decided as the region’s council looks to distribute them among communities in the area.
Lowestoft’s Claremont Pier is up for sale after nearly 50 years of family ownership and is available for £2.5m.
Young and old are being encouraged to come along and try bowls with the launch of new taster sessions next weekend.
“Let’s put Lowestoft back on the map” is the rallying cry from organisers hoping to revive a community carnival.
A committee set up to decide the future of Lowestoft’s CCTV system met for the first time today.
A £10,000 bid to create a First World War centenary memorial garden in Lowestoft has been given the go ahead.
Calls for local justice to return to the town were among the suggestions put forward by people who responded to the news that Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court is up for sale.
More than £380,000 of funding has been secured to grow local communities in Lowestoft and surrounding areas for three years.
An application to build a restaurant and toilets in north Lowestoft has been recommended for refusal by town councillors.
Plans to convert the ground floor of a former Lowestoft restaurant and bar into hotel rooms have been backed my councillors.
A decision on the future of the CCTV provision within Lowestoft is likely to be made next month.
The future of CCTV provision within Lowestoft will come under scrutiny next week.
A new tree has been planted in Lowestoft to mark a special milestone.
The future of Lowestoft’s historic town hall site is to be progressed in the coming months as a council prepares for a major consultation.
Future options for the CCTV provision within Lowestoft will be discussed next month.
An initiative encouraging people to discover more about Lowestoft’s past will continue with a look at how the town has been affected by war.
A school has moved to quash “untrue” allegations made about its potential closure and widespread bullying.
Lowestoft Town Council is hoping yesterday’s festive market will be the first of many in years to come.
News that a historic part of Lowestoft will undergo major regeneration has been heralded as a crucial step forward for the town.
A new group has formed to inspire the public to keep fit and make the most of an historic part of Lowestoft.
max temp: 15°C
min temp: 11°C
Enjoy the Lowestoft Journal e-edition today