Community comes together for those in need over Christmas
- Credit: Archant
A community lunch was held to ensure those usually isolated over Christmas were well-fed and feeling festive.
More than 100 people enjoyed a Christmas feast at The Salvation Army Lowestoft Citadel, on Battery Green Road.
Visitors enjoyed a traditional Christmas meal followed by carol singers and presents.
Beryl Carr, 80, was one of those enjoying the celebrations on the day.
She said: 'Since my husband passed away five years ago I have been coming down here.
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'They do such a marvellous job helping everybody and it's a lovely atmosphere - it's much better than spending Christmas alone.'
Adrian Allen, lieutenant at the Citadel, said: 'Christmas is traditionally a time when families come together but many don't have that.
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'God wants us to live as a community connected to him and others.
'This dinner means people who would be in isolation can come together at this important time.'