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VJ Day 2020

17 August 2020

Thank you to all who participated and observed Saturday’s commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VJ Day held in Kensington Gardens. Click here to view the service sheet.

The commemoration was led by the Mayor of Lowestoft, Councillor Alan Green, who along with Deputy Lieutenant William Kendall gave an address and planted a cherry tree.  The Last Post was sounded by Gemma Eglington and the many standard were lowered for the two minute’s silence. The commemoration closed with a prayer read by Mike Bollinger of the Lowestoft Community Church.


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Launch of the new weekly Tuesday markets at the Triangle Market

11 August 2020

Today the Triangle Market came to life with a wide range of stalls at the first of our new weekly Tuesday markets. The Market was formally opened by the Town Mayor, Councillor Alan Green and was well supported with numerous stalls and shoppers. Please come along next Tuesday to see for yourself.

An addition to the market area are new planters which have been supported by Darren Breeze Woodturning, East Suffolk Council and the Most Easterly Community Group. Members of the Most Easterly Community Group and Lowestoft Vision supported this first market and the Town Council  extends its thanks to them. 

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Marina Theatre Survival Appeal

3 August 2020

The Marina Theatre is asking for your help to ensure its survival. COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the Theatre and the Marina Theatre Survival Appeal has been launched to help secure the Theatre's future. If you are able to, please donate whatever you can. You can find out more details and donate here: https://www.marinatheatre.co.uk/


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