max temp: 11°C

min temp: 8°C

ESTD 1874 Search

Gallery: Love is in the air as iwitnesses celebrate Valentine’s Day

17:57 11 February 2013

Red bucket at Dunwich by Stephen Squirrell

Red bucket at Dunwich by Stephen Squirrell

RED is the colour of love, anger, danger and so much more but what does the colour mean to you?


With Valentine’s Day fast approaching we asked iwitness members to send us photos and video of their interpretation of the colour red.

From scarlet red pillar boxes to warm red skies, your pictures show the different shades of this domineering colour.

We have even seen some bright red flowers, ready to be sent to a secret Valentine on Thursday.

Send us your photos to suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk or tell your girlfriend, wife, husband or fiance just how special they are to you using our online message board.

Click on the Valentine’s link under our news page.

Related articles



There has been a crash on the A12

Part of the A12 which was shut because of collision has been reopened.

A parade of puppets, live bands, fireworks and a packed Angel Hill, Abbey Gardens and town centre - the annual Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

Tens of thousands of people swarmed to west Suffolk this weekend for what organisers expect to have been a record breaking Christmas Fayre.

Hadleigh High Street

After 16 years running her shop from the same building, Barbara Boyd is ready to take it up a gear as she moves into new premises.

CQC inspectors' decision backed by tribunal. Stock image.

The manager of a Clacton care home where a patient had an ulcer so bad the bone was visible has lost an appeal to get their registration back.

A Colchester young carer, who helps her single mum look after her two sickly little brothers, was a runner–up in Essex Young People of the Year.
Katie Kilpatrick, of Havering Close, received an award known as a ‘YOPEY’, at a lavish ceremony in London this weekend. Left to right, Christopher Merrett, Katie Kilpatrick, Alexander Merrett.

A teenage carer who helps her single mum look after her two brothers who both have complex health needs has been named runner-up in Essex Young People of the Year.

George Woodward, three, with his mum Laura Barber, dad Lee Woodward and little sister Ivy, is receiving funds for a new wheelchair.

One young boy’s family are celebrating today after the Sir Bobby Robson online auction raised enough money to buy him a new power wheelchair.

The Christmas Tree on the Cornhill in 1985,  Grimwades was on the right of the picture

As the festive cheer spreads through Ipswich, reader Janice Poulson has been looking back at how the town used to be at Christmas, and other times of the year.

Most read

Most commented

Topic pages

Local business directory

Our trusted business finder

Property search

e.g. Oxford or NW3
Powered by Zoopla

Digital Edition

Read the East Anglian Daily Times e-edition today E-edition

Great British Life

Great British Life
MyDate24 MyPhotos24