Vandalism has occurred at Rosedale Park. Please if you know the persons responsible, contact Suffolk Police using online reporting tool Suffolk Constabulary or non emergency number 101.
LOWESTOFT TOWN HALL, SUFFOLK, NR32 1HS
TENDER – DESIGN TEAM
Suitably qualified and experienced professionals are invited to submit fee tenders for a Design Team to redevelop the Grade II listed Lowestoft Town Hall, through development and delivery phases (pending funding), a project which is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Architectural Heritage Fund, Historic England and Towns Fund.
The design team will have at least the following expertise; Lead Consultant, Conservation Architect, Civil Engineering (including services and drainage), Mechanical and Electrical Engineering consultancy (including specialist lighting consultants and energy modelling), Structural Engineering and Principal Designer/CDM.
Full details may be obtained from Lowestoft Town Council email@example.com 0330 053 6019
All bids to be received by Monday 24 April at 12 noon.
LOWESTOFT TOWN HALL, SUFFOLK, NR32 1HS
TENDER – HERITAGE PROJECT MANAGER
Suitably qualified and experienced professionals are invited to submit fee tenders for managing the audience, activity and interpretation elements of the development phase and delivery phase (pending funding) for this Grade II building and complying with requirements of National Lottery Heritage Fund and Architectural Heritage Fund.
Full details may be obtained from Lowestoft Town Council firstname.lastname@example.org 0330 053 6019.
All bids to be received by Monday 4 April at 12 noon.
This June, Her Majesty The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee with celebrations taking place throughout the country with an extended holiday from Thursday 2 June to Sunday 5 June inclusive.
SAVE THE DATE!
PERFORMANCES FOR THE PEOPLE in Sparrows Nest Park.
Thursday 2 June 2022.
More details to follow but the free event will include live music culminating in the lighting of the Beacon.
It is very much hoped that Lowestoft will make the most of the holiday and organise community activities. The extended bank holiday gives communities and people the opportunity to come together and celebrate with their neighbours. If you are looking to organise a street party as a group of residents you can view more information here https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/PlatinumJubileeEvent
If you wish to make an application for a road closure it must be received before 11pm on Sunday 27 March 2022 BY SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL. For full details, including street party event criteria, information on insurance and licences, please ensure you visit the above link.
Today, Friday 11th March 2022 has been chosen to plant trees for The Queen’s Green Canopy project, as it is the 70th day of the year in which Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth marks the seventieth anniversary of her accession to the throne.
The Queens Canopy Tree Planting is a UK wide initiative and I am delighted that we are able to plant trees here today and at Gunton Community Park. These Oak trees and plaques have been kindly been supplied by East Suffolk Council as part of their Treebilee scheme. Our thanks to East Suffolk Council and to East Suffolk Norse for their assistance with this project and Eco- Warriors of Grove Primary School who were fantastic.
These trees will be amazing. These complicated, wonderful lifeforms have been on our planet for thousands of years and are integral to our survival. Planting more trees makes a big difference to tackling climate and nature crises and is a fitting legacy to honour The Queen’s leadership of the Nation and one which will benefit future generations.”
At yesterday’s Finance and Governance Committee meeting, the Town Council agreed to donate £10,000 to the Disaster Emergency Committee Ukrainian Aid appeal which will be match funded by central Government. DEC charities and their local partners are in Ukraine and in neighbouring countries providing food, water, shelter and medical assistance.
The Council agreed the donation on behalf of the people of Lowestoft to support what people in the town felt was such an important issue. This is not an exclusive grant and if there was a requirement to support refugees coming into Suffolk, the Council will again consider both the international and local situation.