It’s a festive job that some of us enjoy and others may dread.
If you or someone you know is in need of a place to go for Christmas dinner this year, here’s a look at some of the locations across the region where you can go to celebrate...
It is a festive task that many hate doing and quite often leave until the last minute.
A Suffolk charity has been boosted with an early Christmas present.
Significant changes have been made to a service that has provided vital support and thousands of emergency food supplies to people in crisis.
For more than five decades he has led Lowestoft’s Salvation Army Band, performing at festivals, mass ceremonies and other events.
Children and staff at a Lowestoft-area primary school have helped others in need and made a special presentation during an assembly.
A charity shop in Lowestoft is set to close.
A new project for families in Lowestoft will be available throughout the school holidays.
Veterans, families and serving troops came together as hundreds of people gathered in Lowestoft to show support for the men and women who make up the armed forces.
People in Lowestoft have the chance to show their support for the town’s lifeboat crew on Sunday, July 2, as the Lowestoft RNLI lifeboat station holds its annual open day.
“A dreadful, appalling and evil crime” - and it is happening on our doorstep.
East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.
Christmas is a time for giving and goodwill to all.
Christmas is a time for cheer and offering goodwill to all.
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