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With the sunshine still blazing and temperatures sticking in the high 20s, Guy Fawkes Night seems a long way off.
The Kesgrave Family Fun Day is set to return next year after the success of this summer’s inaugural event.
There’s still time to sign up for the Ipswich Half Marathon, as hundreds of runners are set to take to the streets for the annual community event.
Broadcaster and more Andy Kershaw talks jam and Bob Dylan, failed blind dates and almost dying (twice) with entertainment writer Wayne Savage
Ipswich is preparing for its biggest ever pair of Heritage Open Days this month, as a record 36 buildings have been lined up to open their doors.
Landy lovers and tractor nuts descended on one of Suffolk’s
top farm shop venues for a celebration of agricultural vehicles this weekend.
Looking for a family day out for you and your four-legged friends? See our list of ten top dog-friendly days out in Suffolk.
There is just over one week left of the summer holidays but there is plenty still to do before the schools open their doors for a new term.
Eager pig spotters were treated to a walk with a difference in Ipswich as a special guest joined the Pigs Gone Wild fun.
Ipswich youngsters enjoyed a packed day of authentic medieval archery in Christchurch Park yesterday.
FolkEast returns for a fifth year. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage looks at what’s in store for visitors while festival co-founder Becky Marshall-Potter gives her top picks.
Independent businesses in Ipswich are backing the new Saints Beer festival that launches tomorrow, which is helping boost trade for small firms.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of Red Rose Chain’s Theatre in the Forest? Entertainment writer Wayne Savage decided to find out.
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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