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Gallery: What’s your favourite view of Suffolk?

16:27 02 June 2014

Framlingham Castle by the mere on a beautiful day - David Andrews

Framlingham Castle by the mere on a beautiful day - David Andrews

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We are blessed to live in a beautiful county. From Constable Country to the Waveney Valley, and from the Newmarket gallops to the Heritage Coast, Suffolk has a gentle, understated charm.

There are hundreds of beautiful views, and I’m sure we all have our own favourite. Anyone who has spent any time with me will know mine, says editor in chief Terry Hunt.

“It’s the view from my old school, Framlingham College, across the mere, to the majestic castle.

“The view looking across from the castle to the school isn’t bad either!” he said.

What’s your favourite view in Suffolk? We would like you to tell us, and send in a photo for us to publish.

Mr Hunt added: “I know we did this last autumn, but we can never celebrate our county too much, and it really is looking good as spring turns into summer.”

You can submit photos by emailing them in or by becoming one of our iwitness contributors - you can also share images from other parts of East Anglia.

Photos are already flooding in, see our gallery, top right.

To join iwitness log on to www.iwitness24.co.uk or send submissions to us via email

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