Gallery: An air show, a tea party and magic at Ipswich Hospital are some of the photos that made the headlines this week

The Helmingham Hall festival of classic and sports cars

The Helmingham Hall festival of classic and sports cars - Credit: Archant

Our weekly look back at the photos behind the stories

Thousands of people flocked to Helmingham Hall to see the Festival of Classic and Sports Cars.

Following a special ceremony and a sea front parade in front of thousands of people, the Wings on Waves Show returned to mark the 100th anniversary of seaplanes flying out of Felixstowe.

A walk and tea party at Dunwich Heath raised more than £500 for a charity which rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes whippets.

The people from Witnesham paid tribute to one of the county’s favourite cartoonists, Giles. They re-created one of his cartoons outside his favourite drinking establishment The Barley Mow.

Year nine pupils from Woodbridge School brought colourful character to their production of the great Bard’s comic classic The Taming of the Shrew.

A touch of magic was sprinkled in the playroom of Ipswich Hospital when a performance of Sleeping Beauty was staged as The Starlight Children’s Foundation. The group wanted to bring some sunshine to the many children who won’t get the chance to enjoy the summer.

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Dogs and their owners enjoyed a fun-filled day out in the sun as the Felixstowe Blue Cross fun day and dog show.

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