Five stories you need to read this weekend
PUBLISHED: 09:00 07 October 2018
A round up of unmissable stories including a singing sensation returning to Ipswich and the opening of a new climbing centre.
A local taxi driver has received a life changing sum of money from the People’s Postcode Lottery.
Gary Waugh scooped £30,000 in the draw after being signed up to it for three years.
Find out what the father-of-four plans to spend the money on by clicking the link above.
Singing sensation Peter Andre will be visiting The Regent on February 26, 2019.
The star is touring to mark his 25th year in showbiz.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
Take a look at the exciting new climbing centre which has opened at Ransomes Europark in Ipswich.
The centre which was once a warehouse cost £500,000 to transform.
It has a special padded safety floor and does not involve any ropes, making it perfect for bouldering.
Expert Bob Mills claims that the wasp situation this year was the worst he had seen for 30 years.
He said that there is a five week waiting list for insecticide to get rid of the insects.
Despite the weather getting cooler Mr Mills revealed that he is still taking care of three to four wasp nests most days.
ITV reporter Tanya Mercer was recording live in Westerfield in Suffolk discussing the dangers of ignoring warning signs at level crossings, when her film crew captured a vehicle doing exactly that.
The British Transport Police are now investigating the vehicle after requesting the footage from ITV.