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How you can help to ‘share your love’ of coastal town

PUBLISHED: 15:11 12 September 2019 | UPDATED: 15:11 12 September 2019

A call for photos of Lowestoft to be submitted - as part of the Love Lowestoft chapter for the documentary Life of Lowestoft - has gone out. A stunning shot of the town's beach. Picture: Joshua Freemantle

A call for photos of Lowestoft to be submitted - as part of the Love Lowestoft chapter for the documentary Life of Lowestoft - has gone out. A stunning shot of the town's beach. Picture: Joshua Freemantle

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Share your love of Lowestoft!

That is the call going out as part of a project celebrating the UK's most easterly town.

Life of Lowestoft is a documentary project devised by local photographer Joshua Freemantle on behalf of Lowestoft Rising.

And as part of the 'Community Love' chapter that will be featured at the end of the Life of Lowestoft documentary film, Mr Freemantle is hoping to see "your stunning shots that make Lowestoft shine bright."

He said: "We've already recieved a few submissions already, but we want to get as much of the community involved in this chapter as possible."

Send images via email to lowedoc@joshuafreemantle.co.uk along with your name. Please refrain from using any watermarks as photo credits will be given.

The project is supported by Lowestoft Community Enablers, East Suffolk Communities Team, Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust (Lowestoft Scores), Magnus PR, Kirkley People's Forum, Heritage Open Days - Lowestoft, First Light Festival, CEFAS, Suffolk Wildlife Trust (Carlton Marshes), Peter Byatt and Sean Perrott - TMV Films & Graphic Solutions.

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