Gallery: Christmas is in the air- the week in pictures
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Our weekly look at the photos that made the headlines this week.
The Bury St Edmunds Christmas fair got underway on Friday, with stalls selling traditional decorations and gifts and street entertainers bringing a festive cheer to the town.
Pupils from Brandeston Hall performed Smike at Framlingham College theatre, while those from Combs Ford are helping collect donations for the Stowmarket Food Bank this Christmas.
Sculptor John Doubleday from Great Totham gave us a sneak preview of his statue of a First World War soldier.
The great and good gathered for the Stars of Suffolk awards last Friday, including heroic firefighter Jim Golder.
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Runners took to the streets of Southwold for the annual Adnams 10k race.
In Woodbridge, a vintage tea party was held for the Papworth Trust.
- 1 ‘Demolition Man’ Cook tells vast majority of Ipswich Town squad to find new clubs
- 2 Mum-of-four with 'beautiful soul' dies after collapsing in the street
- 3 Takeaway contaminated food with raw meat and sold items past use-by date
- 4 Film crews spotted in Ipswich town centre
- 5 Royal visit from Princess Anne marks Suffolk Wildlife Trust 60th anniversary
- 6 Fake parking fines handed out in Stowmarket
- 7 KOA podcast special: Cook tells majority of Town squad they can go
- 8 'Beautiful inside and out': Tragedy as mum dies 48 hours after giving birth
- 9 Tax inspectors probe 240 furlough fraud cases in Norfolk and Suffolk
- 10 Classic car show to return this summer with new venue
The mother of 11-year-old William Barnes, who was injured in a near-fatal crash outside his home in Easton in September, has thanked everyone who has played a part in his amazing recovery.
Children at Cedars Primary celebrated after raising £12,000 for a new play area.
On the A12, a boat was left marooned on the grass verge following an accident.