Lowestoft Museum to host annual family fun day
As part of the 'Summer in Suffolk Museums' initiative, Lowestoft Museum - in Nicholas Everitt Park - will be holding its annual free open day from 11am to 4pm on Sunday, August 12. Visitors will be given an opportunity to examine the collections of local archaeology, as well as exhibits focussing on local industries and personalities. There will also be a chance to see the famous Pakefield flints, discovered by amateur archaeologists in 2001 within cliffs south of Lowestoft.
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