Lifesaving charity, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, is calling on the people of Suffolk to cast their vote in a national campaign which could see Lowestoft lifeboat crew receive a £5,000 share of a charity fund.
My Guide is a relatively new scheme which Debbie Playford coordinates in Lowestoft and across Suffolk on behalf of Sensing Change working in partnership with Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
The scheme aims to support people with sight-loss deal with the sense of isolation which all too often prevails.
The dedication and courage of volunteer lifeboatmen will be marked on Saturday 26th January when Lowestoft Lifeboat fundraisers and crew will host the annual SOS day on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) as part of its SOS - Save Our Souls - campaign.
From Second World War fighters to present day state-of-the art supersonic jets, the Lowestoft Airshow will have a diverse range of air displays to entertain spectators at the town's seafront this weekend.