At a cost of around £275,000, the installation of a brand new sprinkler system has been completed at St Peters Court in Lowestoft; East Suffolk’s only residential tower block.
Young people in Lowestoft and the surrounding areas can now sign up for East Suffolk Council’s popular programme of free children’s activities, which returns to Lowestoft this month.
A new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft is officially open, in time for families visiting the First Light Festival to enjoy.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council believes next weekend's First Light Festival in Lowestoft is a 'landmark occasion providing an incredible boost' for the people and businesses of the town.
Commercial Road in Lowestoft is due to reopen by early next week following the collapse of the road late last month.
A former Leader of Waveney District Council and Suffolk County Councillor who played an instrumental role in the decision to build a third road crossing in Lowestoft is due to be permanently commemorated by the naming of a new, nearby road in the town.
People interested in Lowestoft’s heritage and particularly the care of old buildings are invited to take part in free conservation training, focusing on the Scores.
Budding artists interested in the history of Lowestoft are invited to take part in a free artist-led workshop focusing on the Scores.
Lowestoft residents are being encouraged to help clean up the streets by taking part in a ‘community clean-up’ event taking place later this week.
Work to create a new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft will begin over the next few weeks, following the approval of funding from East Suffolk Council.