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.
It is a permanent reminder to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
A popular museum that attracts thousands of visitors every year has been given the green light to expand its facilities.
A day celebrating the depth and breadth of Lowestoft’s heritage will kick off on Saturday.
A Suffolk historian who used the Lowestoft Record Office for vital research has said it will “diminish the community” if the archive is moved out of the town.
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