A special celebration of a town's lost fishing village will be marked this weekend.
A classic ship that has been a regular sight off the East Anglian coast for 10 years has sailed out of Lowestoft for its last time.
Exhibitions, tours, bus rides, music and talks are all set to feature among an incredible array of activities.
More than 1,000 people turned out to welcome the first major rail tour to Lowestoft in almost five years.
In September 1939, thousands of children, together with teachers and young mothers, were evacuated to Suffolk and Norfolk for safety.