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Santa Paws is coming to Suffolk - readers share festive pet photos

PUBLISHED: 17:36 09 December 2015 | UPDATED: 09:48 10 December 2015

April Sinclair sent a photo of her cat in the hat

April Sinclair sent a photo of her cat in the hat

Labradors in Christmas hats and Jack Russell’s in festive jumpers - just some of the photos sent in during the first few days of our Santa Paws competition.

We launched our competition earlier this week, with a prize of a professional photo shoot for the winner.

Readers have been keen to share their photos of their festive pets, and our inbox has been flooded with your fantastic photos.

Jessica Cornish said: “Here is a photo of my two dogs Fred the Jack Russell cross in his Christmas jumper and Bradley the red fox Labrador wearing a Christmas hat.

Julie Grimwood, of Kesgrave, said: “I thought you may like these photos of our two deerhound dogs, The Kray Twins. They were recently on ITV2 I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here dressed as Lady C and Yvette Fielding.”

Nelson doesn't look too impressed with his outfit - photo by Kathy Iachetta Nelson doesn't look too impressed with his outfit - photo by Kathy Iachetta

Upload your photos to our iwitness site email them or share them via our Facebook page.

The Orwell Bridge has reopened this morning after 80mph winds battered Suffolk and brought its closure.

Several schools in Suffolk are to remain closed or open later this morning amid high winds.

Across Suffolk, dozens of bands, singers, solo acts, choirs and orchestras ply their trade on evenings and weekends as part of the county’s eclectic night time economy.

High winds have led to rail service cancellations including on the mainline from Suffolk and Essex to London and local routes between Sudbury and Marks Tey.

High winds have brought down overhead power cables leaving homes in many Suffolk and Essex communities without electricity.

A well known west Suffolk pub has suddenly closed its doors after the district council received a licence review application from police, stating the premises was ‘associated with serious crimes and disorder’.

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