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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)

I have come to know Lowestoft only quite recently but the name has happy memories for me having heard it spoken of so fondly when I was a child. My father's family moved from London to Pakefield between 1921 and 1924 and my grandfather worked at a TB hospital in the area while his wife ran RETGAR cycle stores at (...Read full memory)

A general view of the youngsters queuing for their ride on the boating lake was that they wanted the fastest boat, to that end rumour had it that certain boats were quicker than others, and my friends and I would often give up our places in the queue, so that we could have the speedier boats say boat number 7 or (...Read full memory)

It was my 4th birthday and we were staying in Caister at the Sycamore Camp in a caravan that my Parents had hired for a 2 week holiday. So the date 13th June 1958 and we took a trip in Dad's old car up to Lowestoft. After the usual cup of tea or bottle of Fanta and a Ham roll  in the Fisherman's Cafe on (...Read full memory)

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