Gallery: Santa arrives in Suffolk and Katherine Jenkins wows our troops - the week in pictures
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Servicemen from Wattisham were this week entertained by songstress Katherine Jenkins at Camp Bastion, in Afghanistan.
Pupils at Sir Robert Hitcham’s Primary School, in Framlingham, took a step back in time when they dressed as Victorians for the day.
Santa arrived at Notcutts in Woodbridge while characters from the Theatre Royal’s panto, Aladdin, paid a visit to Asda in Bury St Edmunds.
And on Thursday the festive lights were switched on in Bury St Edmunds, with a festive fair heralding the start of the countdown to Christmas.
More than 100 people residents turned out for the opening of the new Southwold and Reydon community fire station on Monday.
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And a wolf sculpture was lifted into place in Bury St Edmunds, it will now stand guard over St Edmund’s crown on the Southgate Green roundabout.
Brownies, pupils and staff from Orwell park School and other members of the community took part in a 24-hour musicathon to raise money for local good causes.
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