Gallery: Dancing dogs and age old crafts are just some of the pictures behind the news this week

Dogs of all shapes and sizes visited the All About Dogs show in Trinity park. Karen Todd and Ryan Ca

Dogs of all shapes and sizes visited the All About Dogs show in Trinity park. Karen Todd and Ryan Carson with dogs Boomer and Betsy. - Credit: Archant

OUR weekly look back at the images that made the headlines.

All About Dogs returned to Trinity park, Ipswich last weekend, and featured a huge range of canine attractions with dancing dog demonstrations and agility displays.

While in another doggy tale, Freddie Adams, of Great Cornard, near Sudbury, and his canine companion 18-month-old Border Collie JJ, have fought off competition from more than 800 children to land a place on the children’s BBC programme Who Let the Dogs Out?

Old, new, classic and sporty - more than 100 minis lined up with bumpers shining and paintwork polished for the start of the East Coast Mini Run.

Visitors to Suffolk Owl Sanctuary at Stonham Barns had the opportunity to meet the first new arrival of 2013. Birkett was born on March 7 to parents Huron and Phoenix and is only now old enough to go on show.

Placard-waving protesters vented their anger over huge rent rises for their beach huts and chalets during a march along Felixstowe promenade.

And Otley has been shortlisted for The Big Lunch Community Awards in recognition of its positive transformation.

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The 39th annual East Anglian Art Exhibition saw 1,200 people visit Needham Market Community Centre and raised thousands of pounds for good causes over the Easter weekend.

The ambulance service duo who helped with the early delivery of baby Max in the back of an ambulance parked on the A12 in Lowestoft during a heavy snowstorm were this week reunited with proud mum Samantha, 24, and Max, at their home in Trafalgar Street, Lowestoft.

More than 50 people took part in the Kit Off for Cancer event at Felixstowe, and were sponsored by friends, family and work colleagues to strip down to their birthday suits and pose for the camera.

As part of National Science and Engineering Week, food ingredient producers Edme organised a series of lively hands-on lessons and invited students from Manningtree High School on a tour of their production mill.

Pupils at Orwell Park School marked the end of spring term by displaying their ancient Egyptian art skills.

Volunteers at the Woodbridge Tide Mill have turned back the clock to resurrect an age-old craft as they have been learning about the tradition of milling, as would have been common during the landmark’s heyday.

British cycling coach John Stockwell put youngsters through their paces during a special Easter workshop. The BMX racer and Suffolk Sport coach guided members of Haverhill Leisure Centre’s school holiday camp through obstacle courses and team pursuits during two-hour sessions for eight to 14 year olds.

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