July 30 2014 Latest news:
Suffolk-based cider and vinegar maker Aspall last night claimed top honours at the 2014 East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards.
This week thousands visited Trinity Park for the annual county show, which celebrates Suffolk’s thriving farming industry as well as showcasing the gastronomical delights that this region has to offer.
The director of the Suffolk Show has hailed the success of this year’s spectacle as the curtains closed on Trinity Park yesterday.
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It has been revealed that Prince Harry will be attending the Suffolk Show this year, providing a real boost for the agricultural extravaganza.
Suffolk’s biggest two-day farming event takes place at Trinity Park, Ipswich on Wednesday and Thursday and this year it promises to be a real family day out - with free entry for kids, and dogs once again permitted onto the showground.
Alongside the farming and agricultural shows will be the top food from our region, sports, entertainment, gardening advice, rural activities and shopping.
Also returning in 2014 is the East Anglian Daily Times tea marquee, make sure you cut out the voucher from the paper so you can claim your free cup of tea or coffee while you take time out from the hustle and bustle of the show and catch up on the latest headlines from around Suffolk.
Don't forget to take along your Suffolk Show guide and programme, found free inside Tuesday's paper. And why not pin point stand 168, in Fourth Avenue and make sure you know where to come for your free cup of tea.
This year we want to know what you think about the show, so tweet us using #SuffolkShow, or look out for our team of reporters and photographers who will be at the show on both days, asking your views and recording the event in photo and on video.