Gallery: Summer fun
THIS summer we are calling on our iwitnesses to share their special days out with our readers.
East Anglia has a stunning and varied coastline that offers everything from jagged cliffs to sandy shores perfect for a bucket and spade day, there are renowned visitor attractions and protected woodlands that provide a stunning backdrop for your adventures.
Every weekend there are family-friendly events hosted around the region - and we want to see your photos of these great summer days out.
iwitness Janice Poulson shared her images from Martlesham’s Music on the Green at the weekend, while another iwitness sent us their photos from the Ufford Bygones fun day held on Sunday.
Joanna Fincham captured the natural beauty of Shingle Street and Mike Hughes sent in images of a storm over the picturesque coastal village.
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Linda Fiske shared her artistic photos from Easton v Worlingworth cricket match played at Bedfield, travelling a little further afield, iwitness and EADT reporter Paul Geater sent us images from his day out at Duxford Imperial War Museum.
If you are enjoying a summer day out, remember to pack your camera or smartphone and send us your images.
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To get involved with the user-led iwitness service, sign up at www.iwitness24.co.uk and send us photos and video from your computer.
Or download the app to send us your coverage straight from the scene via your smartphone or tablet.
Your images and video will be uploaded to the site for others to see and could then be used on line at www.eadt.co.uk or in paper.