The region’s historic churches have been put at risk after a decision to scrap a vital Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) programme for places of worship.
They first met on Christmas Eve in 1945.
One of Suffolk’s finest churches is set to receive a makeover – thanks to a £500,000 fundraising campaign.
They have stood the test of time and rank among our region’s greatest treasures.
A charity which aims to reinstate a Victorian-era train line in a costal town has bought new land to make sure the project stays on track.
They are iconic Lowestoft employers who became pioneers in their industry, providing a vital service to the British Army, but today little is known of the Maconochie brothers.
For nearly 30 years John Holmes dedicated his life to documenting the history of Lowestoft.
It caused what would today be equivalent to £5bn worth of damage, and British industry took a 10pc output hit.
If the walls of your house could talk they would probably have a few stories to tell about long-gone residents and the building’s previous uses.
His father once flew with the “Bloody Hundredth” on bombing missions over Nazi Germany.
Here is a selection of some of the first reader photos shared on our new Lowestoft & Beccles Remembers Facebook page.
The secrets behind the mysterious Medieval graffiti inscribed in the stone and woodwork of Suffolk’s churches will be explained during a talk in Lowestoft.
Do you have old photographs you would like to share with others or do you simply enjoy viewing snapshots of bygone days from the Lowestoft and Beccles areas?
Nearly 10,000 books, CDs and DVDs have gone missing from Suffolk libraries in three years, new figures show.
An urgent appeal has been launched to raise £10,000 to protect the medieval window at a Halesworth church.
Peter Tallon may have risen to director of a multi-million pound company in his work as a geologist.
On the face of it, a clock is just something that tells the time. But these ones are special - and time is running out if you want to buy one.
Officers from the Heritage Lottery Fund have visited Bungay to find out more about the ambitious King’s Head Hotel and castle project.
Can you help us piece together the story behind this picture?
From the rise and fall of the Norwich skyline to the rolling Wensum Valley - there’s all manner of breath taking vistas around our region.
An urgent call is today being made to stop hundreds of public telephones – many of them the classic red box – disappearing from the region’s towns and villages.
Two weeks of celebrations will begin in Bungay tomorrow as its annual two-week Summer Festival is launched with the raising of the Bigod Flag at the Castle at noon.
It promises to be an exciting weekend full of entertainment.
A thatched cottage, farmhouse and former asylum have been listed as some of the country’s most at-risk buildings.
When wartime wing commander Tom Neil was invited to collect his Legion d’Honneur during D-Day commemorations in France, he feared he would have to turn down the offer.
The latest in our nostalgic series will bring you the scenes of the 1970s.
It took two dedicated researchers 30 years to complete.
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