Another Suffolk fireworks display has succumbed to the weather, it has been confirmed. 

Hadleigh United Football Club were due to host the annual Hadleigh fireworks at their home ground, The Millfield, on Friday.

However, due to flooding in Tinker's Lane, which leads to the ground, they have been forced to postpone the display.

A spokesman for the club said: "With much regret we have to call off tonight’s fireworks display.

"After extraordinary efforts to ensure the safety of spectators, we have decided that the flooding on Tinkers Lane is too dangerous

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"We are currently discussing when or if the display can be rearranged, please look at our social media for updates."

The fireworks will now take place on November 10.

It is the latest fireworks display in Suffolk to be cancelled. 

Heveningham Hall fireworks, which was due to host Mel C as the headline act, was cancelled as a result of Storm Babet. 

Undley Farm cancelled their display on Monday, while The Lindsey Rose pub postponed their event until later in November.