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Film fans flocked to Ipswich town centre on Sunday to enjoy a special outdoor screening of two animated favourites.
More than 30 buildings across Ipswich are preparing to take a step back in time and open up to members of the public for the annual Heritage Open Days.
The Great Outdoor Cinema Club’s first visit to Ipswich has been hailed a success.
Showcasing some of the finest musicians of the genre, FolkEast isn’t all music. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage looks at the fun families can have at this weekend’s festival.
The People’s Community Garden in Ipswich hosted a summer day camp where green-fingered youngsters could get their hand stuck into some wildlife work on Wednesday.
The open air cinema comes to Holywells Park this week and guests are being invited to bring along their camping chairs and picnic rugs - but leave their sandwiches at home.
Ipswich council sinks successful Maritime Festival
Ipswich’s Holywells Park is being transformed into an open-air cinema later this month. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage spoke to Danny Banthorpe of organisers Pop Up Pictures.
Our iWitness photographers were out in force this weekend to capture the best of Ipswich’s Maritime Festival.
The school holidays start out with the best of intentions but, as mums Kate Dodd and Charlotte Smith-Jarvis reveal, the road to hell is also so paved.
Take a look at our guide to what’s on offer in Suffolk and Essex this weekend, including music, sport, arts, and fun for all the family.
This year’s maritime festival, a highlight in the Ipswich summer calendar, remembers the wartime years with a number of re-enactments and exhibitions.
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.