GALLERY: Storm Ciara - Fallen trees. high waves and damage - more of your dramatic photos

Storm Ciara caused six trees fall in one woman's garden in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - and Storm Denn

Storm Ciara caused six trees fall in one woman's garden in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - and Storm Dennis is due to hit this weekend # Picture: SUSIE BENNETT - Credit: SUSIE BENNETT

Readers’ photos of the damage caused by Storm Ciara are pouring in. Here is a selection of dramatic moments from around the area.

Waves caused by Storm Ciara at Felixstowe Picture: ASH WILLIAMS

Waves caused by Storm Ciara at Felixstowe Picture: ASH WILLIAMS - Credit: Ash Williams

Susie Bennett sent in a photo of fallen trees in her mum's garden in Bury St Edmunds, writing: "We lost six large fir trees."

Waves caused by Storm Ciara at Felixstowe Picture: ASH WILLIAMS

Waves caused by Storm Ciara at Felixstowe Picture: ASH WILLIAMS - Credit: Ash Williams

On Instagram, Stephen Woolley posted photos of spectacular seas in Southwold. while Twitter user Ash Williams captured shots of more high waves in Felixstowe.

A 100-year-old apple tree blown down in Poplar Lane, Sproughton Picture: TONY JOHNSON

A 100-year-old apple tree blown down in Poplar Lane, Sproughton Picture: TONY JOHNSON - Credit: Tony Johnson

Sam Merry posted a photo on Facebook of a tree which fell on his Ford Focus car in Shenstone Drive, Ipswich. Fortunately, though, it could have been worse. He commented: "How lucky, only a centimetre's scratch damage."

Dramatic high waves at Southwold Picture: STEPHEN WOOLLEY/@antiquechicgeek_of_southwold

Dramatic high waves at Southwold Picture: STEPHEN WOOLLEY/@antiquechicgeek_of_southwold - Credit: Stephen Woolley

Sophia Jackson also photographed the fallen tree in Shenstone Drive.

Dramatic waves at Southwold. Picture: STEPHEN WOOLLEY/ @antiquechicgeek_of_southwold

Dramatic waves at Southwold. Picture: STEPHEN WOOLLEY/ @antiquechicgeek_of_southwold - Credit: Stephen Woolley


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Also in Ipswich, Carol Brown photographed work under way to clear up a fallen tree in Lindbergh Road. And, in Sproughton, Tony Johnson's 100-year-old apple tree was brought down by Saturday's high winds.

A tree fell on Sam Merry's car in Shenstone Drive, Ipswich Picture: SAM KARL MERRY

A tree fell on Sam Merry's car in Shenstone Drive, Ipswich Picture: SAM KARL MERRY - Credit: Sam Karl Merry

Niki Dennis photographed a tree beside a road in Debenham, while Kei Treynier spotted one across a road in Westerfield yesterday.

A tree landed on a car in Shenstone Drive, Ipswich Picture: SOPHIA JACKSON

A tree landed on a car in Shenstone Drive, Ipswich Picture: SOPHIA JACKSON - Credit: Sophia Jackson

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Meanwhile, in the Ipswich area, Julie Sparrow got a surprise when a trampoline blew into her garden. She posted on Facebook: "We don't even own one!"

Clearing up a fallen tree in Lindbergh Road, Ipswich Picture: CAROL BROWN

Clearing up a fallen tree in Lindbergh Road, Ipswich Picture: CAROL BROWN - Credit: Carol Brown

- Have you taken any photos of Storm Ciara to add to our gallery? Send them to us, with your full name.

A tree came down on Sunday at Debenham near the Mickfield turn-off before the Low Road turn-off. Pic

A tree came down on Sunday at Debenham near the Mickfield turn-off before the Low Road turn-off. Picture: NIKI DENNIS - Credit: Niki Dennis

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A tree diown in Westerfield yesterday, between Henley Road and Westerfield crossroads Picture: KEI K

A tree diown in Westerfield yesterday, between Henley Road and Westerfield crossroads Picture: KEI KEIZEL GUMMIDGE TRAYNIER - Credit: KEI KEIZEL GUMMIDGE TRAYNIER

A trampoline was blown into Julie Sparrow's garden during Storm Ciara Picture: JULIE SPARROW

A trampoline was blown into Julie Sparrow's garden during Storm Ciara Picture: JULIE SPARROW - Credit: Julie Sparrow

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