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Get involved with Ipswich Forknight 2017.
With the weekend only a few days away you might be wondering how you are going to spend it, check out our what’s on guide for events near you.
The Kesgrave fireworks night will be returning to Kesgrave High School this November after the success of last year’s event.
East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival, Zombie Fest 3, is returning for its third year.
First details of this year’s Christchurch Park fireworks display in Ipswich have been announced.
As you count down the days until the weekend why not use our what’s on guide to plan how you spend it. From food festivals to circus acts, there is something for everyone.
Celebrity chefs, award-winning producers and street food to descend on Snape Maltings for the annual Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival on September 23 and 24.
Isn’t it time you treated yourself and your loved ones to a delicious pastry treat? Or maybe a warm fresh loaf of bread. Whatever you fancy these eight Ipswich bakeries won’t leave you disappointed.
The OVO Energy Tour of Britain will be racing through Suffolk today, find out where you can watch the race and what Suffolk roads will be closed.
With the first week back at school coming to an end, get your weekend planned early and have a look at our things to do with the family around Suffolk and north Essex.
Ipswich’s Team Extreme Racing will be exhibiting some unique cars at the Stonham Barns Low Collective car show this weekend – including a star of cinema.
We are counting down the days until this year’s Tour of Britain makes its way through our county’s fantastic roads, and we want you to send in your photos of the stage this Friday.
Take your family to learn about our local history as part of this year’s Heritage Open Days festival.
Sadly, rainy days are not a rare thing when it comes to the Great British Summer, so when the heavens open we are well-stocked with things to do.
What are we doing today? A question every mum dreads during the school summer holidays.
Essex has it all this summer - the UK’s second-highest rated zoo according to TripAdvisor, a stunning castle and a trampoline park in the form of Jump Street.
The longest coastline in England and iconic seaside towns make Suffolk and Essex the perfect beach destinations.
Steeped in a wealth of history, and home to England’s Oldest Town, there is more to Suffolk than meets the eye. And neighbouring Essex is equally as rich in heritage.
Whether you want to relax, enjoy some music, try your hand at sport or take the children out for the day, there’s an East Anglian park to suit your every need. Take a look at our guide to find the perfect park for you.
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