Your chance to remember those lost to the coronavirus pandemic

A huge wooden rainbow has been created near Lovetofts Drive in Ipswich Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

This newspaper is inviting families to pay tribute to their loved ones lost to Covid-19 - Credit: Sarah Lucy Brown

The East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star are inviting families to remember their loved ones lost to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

More than 650 people in Suffolk have died after contracting the virus since it first the country earlier this year.

Behind each number is a life taken too soon – and a broken family left behind.

Among them were grandparents, children and healthcare heroes who gave their life protecting others from the deadly virus.

As part of our end of year coverage, we will be running tributes to the people of Suffolk and north Essex who have lost their life to the virus. 

To submit your own tribute, please follow the instructions included via our Google Form.

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