Memories of Lowestoft
Both sets of grandparents lived in Lowestoft so we were able to visit right through the war years when other people couldn't. I remember hiding under the table wearing tin hats with my maternal grandmother, brother and our uncle who must have been home on leave from the RAF whilst our parents were at the cinema and an ...Read full memory
This boating lake has been my favorite fun thing to do when my parents took me to Lowestoft for our annual holidays. We stayed with a Mrs Hutchins who ran a small but perfect boarding-house. We always stayed with her and her little dog. Our little dog Nan came everywhere with us and on holiday was no exception. She ...Read full memory
My grandad was a shipsmith and worked in Lowestoft for Cosalt my mother was born there and they lived in Norwich Road in 1911. In 1914 moved to Padstow.I would like any information about the how that came about.
Very sad to see Morling's Ltd, the music shop shut its doors for the final time. I had been buying in there for over 20 plus years. The staff were very nice to you, nothing was too much for them, very helpful indeed. You don't get many good shops like that now, they will be sadly missed in Lowesoft.