Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor said: “We are pleased to announce that Mark Boggis has agreed to step up and take on the press officer role."
Expressing delight at linking up with the club, Mark said: “I am proud to have been approached to take on this important voluntary role.
"There's some fantastic work going on at this club and I can’t wait to keep the fans up to speed with all the latest developments.”
Lowestoft Town FC would like to thank Sean Galea-Pace for his hard work and dedication to the club over the past three years as press officer.
Due to work commitments, Sean unfortunately won’t be able to continue this voluntary role for the new campaign.
Also standing down from his role as part of the media team is Matthew Reddy, who is now off to Derby University.
Chairman Gary Keyzor said: “Sean is a great lad who made an excellent contribution in his time with us and along with Matthew will always be welcome at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.
"Mark has joined us at a time when things are starting to go in the right direction with lots going on at the Amber Dew Events Stadium - on and off the pitch.
"Volunteers are always hard to come by and I hope that Mark enjoys working with the board and management team for the foreseeable future."
Mr Keyzor added: "I would also like to thank Phil and Sally Maskell who have stepped down from looking after our club shop after nearly 10 years of service."
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