Time capsules have been buried at some of Suffolk's historically significant locations.
Time capsules are set to be buried at locations across Suffolk next week as part of "an exciting new chapter in Suffolk's history."
Almost a year on from the announcement that the historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office were to be moved, historians, heritage authors and campaigners remain united in opposing the proposals.
An evening of talks on the history and maritime heritage of Lowestoft has been hailed a success.
It is an "extraordinary story" that started in the wartime skies over Lowestoft and "has now come full circle."
Two town councils have expressed concerns over the removal of historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office and changes to the service.
"Hands off our archives!"
A group of Vikings made an appearance in Lowestoft - but there was no cause for alarm for onlookers as the invaders were delivering a special message.
Members of the Save Our Record Office campaign group have held "a very constructive and useful meeting" with Waveney MP Peter Aldous.
A campaign group have launched their own rival consultation on the future of Lowestoft's record office.
Hopes for key historic artefacts staying in Lowestoft were served another blow today as a consultation was launched.
A campaign group has branded a consultation over the future archive facility in north Suffolk as "worthless".