Record office to host fun archive colouring session

Lowestoft Record Office is holding a session where people can colour in images from their archives

Lowestoft Record Office is holding a session where people can colour in images from their archives Register of Accounts containing a Tree of Diverse Fruits by Thomas Fella 1611 - Credit: Archant

A fun session of colouring archive images is being held at Suffolk Record Office in Lowestoft,

Lowestoft Record Office is holding a session where people can colour in images from their archives

Lowestoft Record Office is holding a session where people can colour in images from their archives A postcard of Lowestoft Yacht Club c.1910. - Credit: Archant

The drop-in event will take place on Monday, March 13 between noon and 2pm.

People are being invited to colour in images from the archive collections, including copies of historic postcards, illustrations from medieval manuscripts, Lowestoft Town Football Club programmes and a range of other items.

Tea and coffee will be provided and visitors can bring a packed lunch along.

The session will be in the Britten Room on the first floor of Lowestoft Central Library. Entry is free.


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A spokesman said: 'We are really excited to be having this calming and fun session with images from our archives and we look forward to seeing everyone there.'

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