Step back in time for Lowestoft's 1940s weekend with FREE ENTRY!
Activities will take place at the Triangle Market and Town Centre. From Punch & Judy to a Traditional Fun Fair, Vintage Cars and Live bands, we have something for everyone! Retailers will be dressing up and having window displays so dig out your best 40s outfit and come join in the fun.
Britain’s Most Easterly town
Lowestoft is Britain’s most easterly town in the British Isles and located in Suffolk. The town has long been famous for its beaches and has much to offer to visitors and the community.
Enjoy a friendly and welcoming town centre, discover local heritage, indulge with the wide choice of food and drink on offer and simply enjoy watching the day wake up on the Suffolk Coast.
Once a small fishing port, Lowestoft is now a visitor destination to, Love, Shop, Stay, Eat and Play.
The town is set on a backdrop of an award winning beach and The Broads National Park. The Gulliver wind turbine stands proud over the town, whilst those wanting a glimpse at times gone by can visit the heritage vessels on the South pier.
A friendly welcome awaits shoppers with over 40 National retailers along with small independent shops and services. Indulgent food will tempt the taste buds from afternoon tea, restaurants serving the best local produce, including traditional seaside fish and chips.
No visit to Lowestoft is complete without visiting the seafront to enjoy the golden sandy beach and interactive fountains. With Lowestoft being Britain’s most Easterly point it’s the perfect opportunity to watch the day wake up.
The town was the birth place of the composer Benjamin Britten who was inspired by the Suffolk coastline.
The cultural offer continues today with the Marina Theatre who provide an extensive programme of live entertainment.