Can you find all the “Best of British” themed starfish and their friends to uncover the hidden word?
Ten brand new starfish and two old Lowestoft friends are hidden in various locations in and around Lowestoft Town Centre ready for you to find for a chance to win a hamper full of gifts!
As you discover the Stars of Lowestoft in their new summer homes, record the letter you see displayed next to them on your Stars of Lowestoft Trail leaflet which can be found in shops within the Town Centre and Historic High Street.
When you find them all simply unscramble the letters to reveal the hidden word or phrase. For an extra chance to win some prizes, use the map to discover where our six stamps are hidden!
Starting from Station Square the trail will take you through the town, up to The Historic High, down a score and finishes at Sparrows nest. The distance of this trail is approximately 1.6 miles (2.6km)
A digital version of the leaflet can be downloaded below, which also includes the map to accompany you on your voyage.
Associated British Ports (ABP) is proud to be the headline sponsor for this year's summer trail for Lowestoft.
ABP is dedicated to supporting the Lowestoft community which relies on our ports. We are dedicated to serving our customers. We are dedicated to fulfilling our mission: Keep Britain Trading.
We are the UK's leading and best-connected ports group. We continuously invest in the infrastructure, equipment and skills we need to handle a vast array of cargo safely, efficiently and sustainably. Our expert teams work collaboratively to build long-term partnerships and deliver the right supply chain solutions for our customers, including value-added services and brand-new facilities tailored to suit their business needs.
ABP also offers large areas of development land across a wide range of strategic port locations, capable of attracting investment and delivering transformational benefits for the economy both locally and nationally. As a vital part of the supply chains of businesses throughout the nation, our 21 ports support 119,000 jobs and contribute £7.5 billion to the economy every year, handling £150 billion of trade.
Welcome to Richardson's family entertainment Centre. Looking for fun? We've got it all. With 14 bowling lanes and a glow bowling area, you don't need to be an expert at bowling to have a good time! Fancy a bite to eat? Why not head over to The Galley Bar & Diner for a pizza. We have a great collection of arcade games for all ages, and don't forget about our softplay area which makes for a safe place for children to explore and make new friends.
P J Gillman jewellers, is a family run jewellers, established in 1921. We offer sales of both new and used items, we carry out repairs to both jewelry and watches. We buy scrap gold, offering the highest prices, and we are very popular for our ear-piercing service. We pride ourselves on our customer service and will do our very best to assist our customers. Please come give us a visit.
Waterlane is the perfect place to help the whole community get active. The centre boasts an array of facilities to suit everyone. Including a well-equipped 150 station gym, a studio that offers a wide range of classes, a 25m main pool and a smaller teaching pool. There's also a climbing wall, sports hall, squash courts, soft play area, café and thermal suite.
The Britten Centre has been serving the community since 1987 and as new owners of this landmark retail centre, we’re excited to play our part in helping to make Lowestoft a vibrant town. As well as working to attract new tenants, including food and beverage operators, plans are afoot to invest in the centre to meet the demands of the modern shopper.