The launch of new igloo style domes at Issacs made our don’t miss list this week
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Have a read of five of our most popular stories this week including an Ipswich actress who is now in EastEnders.
The domes are suitable for all-weather and offer guests a unique private dining space.
Guests wanting to hire one of the clear PVC domes can pick from three packages, the price starts at £200 and alcoholic beverages are included.
Read the full details by clicking the link above.
An Ipswich couple who decorate their house with Christmas lights to raise money for charity have been left devastated after thieves stole their Father Christmas.
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Adrienne and Gary Thompson had their £40 illuminated Santa stolen from their winter wonderland creation. The pair decorate their home to raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice.
Adrienne feels angry, disappointed and annoyed, she said: “how can anyone do such a thing?”
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- 4 Channel 4's Changing Rooms comes to Bury St Edmunds tonight
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A former Kesgrave school pupil is in the spotlight playing a new character in Eastenders.
23-year-old Sophia Capasso plays Evie Steele a leader of a teenage drug gang targeting Albert Square.
Sophia has previously appeared in Holby City, Endeavour and Space Girls.
A man who killed three small children and impaled their bodies on railings more than 40 years ago is set to be released from a Suffolk prison.
David McGreavy was sentenced to life in 1973 for the horrific killings of three siblings who were aged four, two and nine months.
McGreavy, who was a family friend and lodger, claimed he murdered the children because one of them would not stop crying.
Two Ipswich based charities have been working hard to give Suffolk families a better Christmas.
FIND and Love Ipswich produce Christmas food hampers to give to those in need.
The hampers are worth £40 and are filled with essentials and some festive treats.
Take a look at what you can find inside by clicking the link above.