We want to hear your World Cup stories
EXCITEMENT is mounting across Lowestoft as the nation's attention turns to the biggest sporting spectacle in the world.The big kick-off for the 2010 World Cup is just a week away - and today your favourite local newspaper, The Journal, is searching for fans who've gone that extra mile to show their support for their team.
EXCITEMENT is mounting across Lowestoft as the nation's attention turns to the biggest sporting spectacle in the world.
The big kick-off for the 2010 World Cup is just a week away - and today your favourite local newspaper, The Journal, is searching for fans who've gone that extra mile to show their support for their team.
In previous tournaments gardens, roundabouts and buildings have all been turned into shrines for football fans as flags are draped on pubs, homes and cars in support of team England!
And now The Journal is calling on fervent fans who will be showing their support for Fabio's fabulous men - by getting in touch with us! If you will be heading to South Africa with England's barmy army, you have had a special tattoo made for the tournament, or you've painted your house in red and white - then we want to hear from you!
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If you're a pub showing England's matches, or all the games, then we'd also like to hear what offers you will have throughout the four-week tournament….
Whatever it is you have done, we would like to hear from you at The Journal.
- 1 Woman scared to leave her house after being closely followed by man
- 2 Pub and restaurant group 'looking forward' to re-opening popular venues
- 3 'Welcome back!' - Glasses raised as popular pub reopens
- 4 Woman punched on the ground after walking crutch was kicked away
- 5 'Innovative' new street light sparks interest on the coast
- 6 Lowestoft mother spared jail after admitting cruelty to one-year-old son
- 7 'We can't wait' - Boutique owners prepare for April 12 re-opening
- 8 Road to be closed and traffic diverted for a week
- 9 Closing coastal footbridge will have 'devastating' impact, pub owner says
- 10 'A redevelopment opportunity' - Empty town centre shop and maisonette set for auction
Simply e-mail your story, details and pictures to Mark Boggis at The Journal via email@example.com or telephone 01502 525833.