Suffolk County Council’s cabinet is being asked to agree its formal proposal for the Lowestoft Lake Lothing Third Crossing planning application to the Planning Inspectorate at its meeting on 19 June.
Residents with physical, sensory or learning difficulties or mental health problems, along with their parents and carers, are invited to attend the Waveney Disability Forum’s AGM later this month.
After weeks of preparation, residents of a Lowestoft street have gathered for a street party to bring people together and help get to know their neighbours.
Lowestoft residents are invited to explore their relationship with the sea, and to be part of unique art installations across the town, through FREE poetry and visual arts workshops taking place this month.
A brand new state-of-the-art climbing wall, which offers east Suffolk climbers with exciting modern facilities, opens in Lowestoft this weekend.
Over £380,000 of Big Lottery funding has been secured for a new project which will put residents at the heart of developing their communities in Lowestoft and the surrounding area.
A new project between Flipside and the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project will see local school children create unique art installations in the town, as well as a legacy engraving as part of the permanent flood defences.
New pedestrian signs have been installed throughout Lowestoft linking together key attractions and encouraging visitors to explore the town.
Suffolk County Council has today announced that it will hold a public consultation over the future of the Record Office Service in Lowestoft.
Residents are invited to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them in the local area.