Gallery: Suffolk Show prize-winners, works of arts and musical success are just some of the stories that made the news this week
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Our weekly feature looking back at the photographic highlights of the week.
The highlight of the week was undoubtedly The Suffolk Show - the premier event in the county’s agricultural calendar attracted thousands of people to Trinity Park, near Ipswich.
Elsewhere, hundreds of people flocked to Mildenhall, Halesworth, Leiston and Martlesham RAF bases to witness the first-ever display by the specially-formed Eagle Squadron of four vintage warplanes.
Over the sunny bank holiday weekend, visitors enjoyed a traditional Suffolk summer celebration at the Framlingham Gala, which has been running in the town since 1887. This year’s theme was It’s a Wild Life.
A 15-strong team from Thomas Wolsey School in Defoe Road, were preparing to take on the Great East Swim at Alton Water in June, with the aim of raising £5,000 for the outdoor space.
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The Leiston & Aldeburgh Safer Neighbourhood Team held its Family Fun Day at Kings Field in Aldeburgh. Attractions included a megaslide, gladiator duel and bouncy castle, while entertainment was provided by Escape Reality, The Mystic Belly Dance, traditional Punch and Judy and a singer.
Schoolchildren enjoyed a day with a difference with a visit from a Viking as Jorun Njarlsdottir, better known as Domini Walton of the Viking Re-enactment Society, spent the day with students at Orwell Park School in Nacton.
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An Australian auction house has uncovered two paintings by a Suffolk artist that are set to be sold for up to £260,000.
Two works by Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959), The Grey Mare and Chestnut Foal and The Ford are to be sold and the auction house is expecting worldwide interest.
MP Dan Poulter celebrated the musical success of youngsters at a local primary school.
Pupils and teachers at Wilby, near Framlingham, have earned a nationally recognised Gold Level Sing-up Award.
The village of Bawdsey, near Woodbridge, held its fete and dog show and the bright, sunny weather at the weekend ensured there was a good turnout for the event.
What was your favourite photo this week?