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Looking for a fun family day out in Suffolk or north Essex this weekend? We could have the answer.
When the weather outside is as cold as it has been in Suffolk and Essex over the past few days, the temptation can be to stay at home over the weekend and take up residence in front of the TV.
Looking for a fun family day out in Ipswich, Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds or Felixstowe this weekend?
An eagerly-awaited trampoline and soft-play area which planned to open its doors in Ipswich before Christmas has been put back until early next year.
Roll up, roll up the circus is in town - featuring a host of spectacular high-flying acrobatics, clowns, contortionists, magicians and death-defying antics.
You have been sharing your fireworks pictures from Bury St. Edmunds.
Thousands of people enjoyed the third annual fireworks display at Kesgrave High School.
Spectacular fireworks in Colchester shared on social media.
Huge crowds packed Ipswich’s Christchurch Park to enjoy the town’s annual Guy Fawkes night spectacular.
What’s on in Suffolk this weekend? Here we offer family days out from firework displays to pre-school theatre fun to keep the whole family entertained this weekend.
Remember, remember the 5th of November - and this year Guy Fawkes night falls on a Saturday, meaning almost every major fireworks display in Suffolk takes place on the night itself.
Half term is nearly over and you have exhausted your usual list of family activities - arts and crafts, cinema trip and a day out at the park.
Fright night fun comes to Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft this weekend as we celebrate Halloween - with the actual scare-fest taking place on Monday, October 31.
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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