A week-long arts and cultural festival designed especially for young people returns to Lowestoft next week, with free workshops and activities held in person and online.
A pledge has been made to ensure that arts and culture remain firmly in the spotlight in Great Yarmouth and East Suffolk, despite the combined areas not making the longlist for the UK City of Culture 2025 competition.
Lowestoft residents and businesses can now find out more about ambitious regeneration plans in the town, thanks to the launch of a new website.
The popular First Light Festival in Lowestoft will be supported with £200,000 of funding to help ensure an exciting programme of activities when the event returns in 2022.
World-renowned artist Banksy creates a splash wherever he leaves his mark, and his ‘Spraycation’ to the Norfolk-Suffolk coastline has been no different.
Community and voluntary groups, arts and cultural organisations, businesses and individuals across the Great Yarmouth Borough and East Suffolk Council areas have given an enthusiastic welcome to the coastal region’s entry into the race to become the UK City of Culture in 2025.
With a shared cultural history linked to the sea, beautiful beaches, historic buildings and bordered by the unique Broads National Park, Great Yarmouth Borough and East Suffolk Councils have joined forces for an exciting bid to become UK City of Culture 2025.