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Fishing match to be held on South Pier to mark its reopening in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 16:00 17 July 2015

The South Pier has re-opened as fishermen celebrate the good news. Picture: Nick Butcher

The South Pier has re-opened as fishermen celebrate the good news. Picture: Nick Butcher

© Archant 2015

The first fishing match to be held since the South Pier reopened, will take place tomorrow (Saturday) from 9am-1pm.

Run by the Lowestoft Sea Anglian Society, the draw will be made at 8.30am at the Lifeboat station.

Competitors pay £3 to enter plus a £2 optional pool.

A raffle will also be held on the day with all proceeds going towards the ‘Keeping the South Pier Open Fund’.

Visitors are reminded that parking on the pier is not available.

For more information contact Paul Willis on 07768463644


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