Gallery: A night of musical drama and an ATM raid at Tesco - the pictures that made the headlines

Beaver Scouts help re-plant flowers in the memorial gardens at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft

Beaver Scouts help re-plant flowers in the memorial gardens at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft - Credit: Nick Butcher

Ipswich’s Film Night Spectacular lived up to its billing as crowds flocked to Christchurch Park with their folding chairs and picnics to enjoy the musical delights.

Police at Tesco in Newmarket after an attempted raid on the cash machine

Police at Tesco in Newmarket after an attempted raid on the cash machine - Credit: Archant

Police were called following reports that a JCB had been used to rip cash machines from the wall at Tesco in Newmarket.

A group of cyclists have pedalled 300 miles from London to Paris hoping to raise £30,000 for the Ormiston Children and Families Trust.

Organisers hailed the revival of the Woodbridge Carnival – which last paraded through the streets of the historic town more than 20 years ago – as a “great community success”.

A cricket reunion took place at Orwell Park school when headteacher Adrian Brown, a former Essex wicket keeper, welcomed his old captain Nasser Hussein to a prize-giving ceremony.


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A group of Beaver Scouts displayed their readiness to support others when they pitched in to help Lowestoft’s parish church after the theft of plants from its memorial garden.

Planes, gliders, vintage cars and tractors of all shapes and sizes descended on the grounds of Heveningham Hall for a spectacular annual show.

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Laura Wilbourn, of Stradbroke CEVC Primary School in Eye, beat more than 24,000 other teachers to win primary Teacher of the Year this week.

The clocks were turned back at The Guildhall Feoffment School in Bury St Edmunds this week, as pupils and staff celebrated its 170th anniversary.

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