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What better way to celebrate 250 years of big top fun than at Circus Wonderland.
Events in Ipswich have drawn hundreds of thousands of people into the town and boosted the economy by more than £9million, new figures reveal.
Ipswich Maritime Festival bosses are preparing to hoist the colours for the event’s return this year, as organisers have confirmed it will be annual once again.
With the Suffolk Show only eight days away we have put together a guide of everything you need to know about the two-day event.
A Suffolk bank holiday highlight is returning for a “flower power” themed festival - filled with “energy, colour and music”.
The Suffolk Show will be rolling out the pink carpet as independent clothing labels provide a draw for the event’s dedicated fashionistas.
East Anglia is getting ready to join the royal wedding celebrations this weekend.
Quizzes make a great night out. But the first question is to answer is, where in Suffolk can you find a good quiz night to enjoy? Here are 10 suggestions.
Eat to your heart’s content at this festival in the Waveney Valley on May 26.
A Suffolk country show is to embrace the Royal Wedding by creating a “quintessentially British” atmosphere with red, white and blue bunting.
A replica World War 1 tank, made in East Anglia, will be making its way to the Suffolk Show this month as part of its 100th anniversary tribute to the end of the deadly conflict.
Fancy a silent disco night at the museum? That’s just one of the entertainment options in the Ipswich area this weekend, as well as concerts, sales and a funfair.
Along with Coralie Fargeat’s feature-length debut Revenge, James McTeige’s Breaking In is the latest female led, hard-bitten thriller to grace cinema screens this month.
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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