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The patio mesh pic

North Lowestoft Men's Shed (aka NLMS) continues to consolidate its base. In this case, building a patio.

Using gravel-mesh as the patio base our next step is to spread gravel over it all. This will create a solid and secure surface on which to put our donated garden and chair set to catch the last of the summer sun.

We've also been donated high-quality kitchen cupboards by Lowestoft Tile Company in Wilde Street. A piece of work-surface has been attached to a metal table frame found abandoned in the High Street to create a work table.

We have a flag, too.


Yay come along and be involved


Meeting weekly (Wed 10:30am) at The Land, Denmark Road



CoronaVirus Local links

Emergency Helpline "Home but not alone" 0800 876 6926


There's one foodbank in the area, but they have several outlets  where you can get food. They usually operate a 'referral' scheme – a professional or established agency gives you a voucher of some kind which you take to the appropriate organisation. But Covid-times mean you need to check. 


“We are currently awaiting further guidance on the new Covid-19 business grants announced by the Government yesterday and will update our website as soon as we have more information. The key thing that businesses can do at this stage is to apply for the Local Restrictions Support Grant (LRSG), which has been available since the lockdown in November, if they haven’t already. The online form and full details about how to apply with full eligibility criteria can be found below:


Food Bank drop off point at Uncle Sid's

Bring your surplus Christmas tins etc

Local residents and Uncle Sid's customers


This brief video outlines just a handful of additional resilient support services we offer.  Access Community Trust continues to offer a multitude of wrap round services to help those most at risk within society.  


Thank you for expressing your interest in using the Lowestoft branding assets.   Within the google drive there will be access to the Lowestoft Story, The Lowestoft Toolkit (brand guidelines), The Font, visual identity, visual language and the photography elements.   The link to access the documents is below

If you have any questions regarding anything within the google drive, then please let me know.


Having a Facebook Business Page makes it easier for people to discover and interact with your brand online. Find out how to set one up here. credit: Christina Newberry February 10, 2020

Pink Orange food kit photo

Pink Orange food kits (to include activity packs) are returning across Norfolk and Suffolk for the school holidays:

If families live in Suffolk and their children receive free school meals… then it’s time to register for their Easter delivery service. 

Should you have any questions or need assistance please  call/text the Pink Orange Team :  07553894233 | email  

Contact us regarding registrations.

WEBSITE LINK : The Pink Orange is part of Access Community Trust


Becky Norris