New signage is now in place in Lowestoft and Oulton Broad highlighting areas where anti-social behaviour linked to public drinking is being targeted.
Work to create a state-of-the-art climbing wall, which will offer exciting modern facilities and establish east Suffolk as an indoor climbing destination, will begin in Lowestoft in the New Year.
North Lowestoft has been chosen as one of the country’s latest Heritage Action Zones, John Glen, Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism, today announced in a speech.
Plans for a brand new and exciting festival for Lowestoft, attracting up to 20,000 people to the town and celebrating local and international culture have been unveiled by Waveney District Council.
With plans for a multi-million pound scheme in place to protect local properties and businesses from the very real threat of flooding, local schools have risen to the occasion in a challenge to create an eye-catching awareness campaign.
Supported by Waveney District Council, Morgan Sindall, the construction and infrastructure company, has marked a key point in the first phase of construction of the new Phoenix Enterprise Park on the South Lowestoft Industrial Estate.
A Lowestoft business has refurbished its premises, expanded its workforce and introduced a new range of products as a result of support received through a recent Council drop-in event.
Residents from Lowestoft and the surrounding area are invited to receive free health checks and learn more about the wide range of healthcare services available to them.
A successful mentoring programme for Lowestoft students is seeking new volunteers from local businesses.
As part of a national campaign promoting small businesses and encouraging consumers to shop locally, the Small Business Saturday UK bus tour is coming to Lowestoft.