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Over the centuries the word Lowestoft has been spelt in many ways. Lothu Wistoft, as given in the Domesday Book of 1085/6, is a derivation from the Norse meaning Hloover/Hlothver’s toft or homestead, building or curtilage. It is the most easterly settlement in the United Kingdom and was originally a fishing village. Until the early […]
In 2015 Lowestoft Record Office was given a number of documents that charted the activities of Worlingham Drama Group (2359). Formed in 1970, the group initially struggled to attract performers, but within a few years it was able to mount at least two productions every year. The collection includes a wide range of ephemera from […]
Ipswich was founded in the late 6th or early 7th century on the north bank of the River Orwell. By the 8th century the settlement had spread over most of the present town centre, and indeed the Anglo-Saxon street pattern can still be seen. The most important industry was the manufacture of pottery, the kilns […]
Letter from J Shee to Isaac Johnson asking for an estimate for surveying and for plan of Havergate Island
See also plans numbered 103a, 126, 139, 140, 141 and143 (Havergate Island Harbour Scheme)
"East Coast, Orford to Orwell Estuary, with distances from Orfordness to continental ports connected with Orford harbour scheme"
Shows River Butley, River Ore, River Alde, River Orwell, River Stour...