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Could you help adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?
The melodic guitar riffs blared out with a bouncing success as Two Door Cinema Club took to the Obelisk stage on Saturday afternoon.
Skies were looking grim over the main stage but the chilled, dance anthems of Milky Chance managed to just keep the weather at bay, and get everyone in the crowd dancing and jumping in time with the guitar beat.
In 1976, at the height of his career, Formula 1 legend James Hunt visited Suffolk to officially open Burrells of Ipswich.
The night shift is not one that everyone enjoys, working unsociable hours and staying awake through the night. In this gallery we remember the night shift at the Betabake Bread factory in 1973.
Could you open your home to one of these cats and dogs looking for new homes at the Blue Cross centre in Wherstead?
In 1986 Ipswich docks was closed off to the public, trucks were moved in and big cameras were set up with props and cars all in place for a day of filming.
Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?
After weeks of glorious sunshine and warmer temperatures we challenged our Suffolk iWitness members to shoot their best summer pictures - but it seems we may have jinxed the weather.
Delving into the archives we look back at to when Ipswich Crown Pools was first opened in 1984 and taking a look at those who took the time to queue up to enjoy the new leisure facility.
It’s not everyday you see children bouncing high in front of the town hall, but that’s exactly what happened in 1987.
Do you remember when wrestling legend Big Daddy competed at the Ipswich Corn Exchange in 1981?
This week’s weekly challenge was all about Transport and it goes to show that travel can be very picturesque
Suffolk has hosted many visits from members of the royal family over the years, but do you remember when Prince Charles visited Ipswich in 1983?
The RSPCA is calling on people to adopt one of these animals from its centre in Martlesham.
This week’s iWitness weekly challenge of silhouette showed that not everything that lurks in Suffolk’s shadows has to be spooky.
The future of Suffolk’s own Tolly Cobbold, which had a brewery in Ipswich, changed during a period of industrial action in 1977.
The Corn Exchange has a long and rich history in Ipswich dating back to 1880.
We asked our Suffolk iWitness members to take photos of their favourite pathways in the area, and despite some spells of bad weather they didn’t disappoint.
Cinema in Ipswich has a rich history, with many theatres opening and closing across the town over the past century.
We asked our Suffolk iWitness members to capture happiness in a photograph. We challenge you to look at these pictures without smiling...
The RSPCA is calling on animal lovers to adopt one of these cute animals looking for their forever home from its centre in Martlesham.
With the football season over, managers will be looking at who they can bring into their squad over the summer – but how well do you know Mick McCarthy’s past transfer dealings at Ipswich Town?
As the clock ticks down to the Suffolk Show we continue our look back at events gone by, this week shining the spotlight on the year 2000.
This summer is not going to be short of family friendly events happening in and around Suffolk’s county town, but do you remember when the Ipswich Arts Festival took over the Cornhill in 1983?
The Ipswich area is set to host six beer festivals by the end of the year, including at St Peter’s by the Waterfront and further afield in Kesgrave.
The RSPCA is calling on animal lovers to adopt one of these cute animals waiting for their forever home from its centre in Martlesham.
Following the latest round of BMX competitions at Landseer Park in Ipswich this week, we look back to 1984 when racers took to the track on a warm summers day.
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