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Chance to visit heritage project to celebrate Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s visit to Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 17:15 28 July 2015 | UPDATED: 17:15 28 July 2015

Royal Philharmonic musicians and guests perform small celebration of the sea show on board the Mincarlo trawler in Lowestoft. Picture: James Bass

Royal Philharmonic musicians and guests perform small celebration of the sea show on board the Mincarlo trawler in Lowestoft. Picture: James Bass

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There is still time to pay a visit to an exhibit recognising the recent ‘Celebration of the Sea’ project run in association with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO).

The exhibition is being held in the Lowestoft Maritime Museum.The exhibition is being held in the Lowestoft Maritime Museum.

The temporary exhibit will be at Lowestoft Maritime Museum until Friday, July 31 and is exploring the maritime heritage following the successful community project put on between June 29 and July 3.

It features poems, music and artwork created by Lowestoft residents during the project which saw partners engage with a variety of Lowestoft community groups including the 60+ Club, Coppice Court and Access Community Trust.

Schools in the area were also encouraged to explore the themes of the project through music, poetry and visual art in their classrooms during the project week, using specially designed curriculum resources.

Admission is included in the cost of entry to the Lowestoft Maritime Museum, which is open daily.


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