The Notice of Election and the Election Timetable for the Harbour and Normanston Parish Ward election on the 17th October have now been published. If you wish to stand for this election please contact the East Suffolk Council's election team, or if you have any questions about standing please contact us.
Following the success of last year's event, Lowestoft Town Council is again hosting a Macmillan Coffee morning, at its offices in Hamilton House, Battery Green Road, Lowestoft. Please be advised that no parking is available at Hamilton House, but limited on street parking is available, along with pay and display car parks on Battery Green Road and Whapload Road.
There are two non-Councillor vacancies on the Town Council’s Climate Emergency Committee. The Committee is not a campaigning or political group. In order to assist the Committee’s consideration of the suitable public representatives, any interested persons will be asked to submit a written expression of interest outlining their offer by Friday 13 September to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Climate Emergency Committee will be meeting on Monday 16 September at 14:30 at Hamilton House.
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The Town Mayor – Cllr Alice Taylor – and Inspector Elizabeth Casey from Suffolk Constabulary were among those present this morning to see the Red Ensign flown at Lowestoft Police Station, to commemorate Merchant Navy Day. Cllr Taylor gave an address, speaking of the important work of the Merchant Navy during both World Wars and since.