New wooden planters have been installed at Lowestoft Railway Station to commemorate the coronation of King Charles III.

Funded by the Lowestoft Central Project and the Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnership, four six-foot-long planters have been located on platforms two, three and four.

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Utilising organic, peat-free compost, the planting consists of mostly perennials with some bedding for immediate colour whilst the new plants establish.

The planters were unveiled on Friday, May 5 by Alan Neville, customer engagement manager at Greater Anglia and Jacqui Dale, Lowestoft Station adopter.

Ahead of the coronation, the station was decorated in red, white and blue bunting.