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Suffolk County Council create huge England flag at Endeavour House ahead of World Cup semi-final

PUBLISHED: 18:16 11 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:20 12 July 2018

Suffolk County Council created an England  flag on Endeavour House  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Suffolk County Council created an England flag on Endeavour House Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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Suffolk County Council got in with the spirit of today’s game by making a small addition to their offices in Ipswich.

Oscar Pryke getting excited for the  match  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWNOscar Pryke getting excited for the match Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Endeavour House got a minor makeover today when an England flag was created along the back windows of the county council offices.

The council’s announcement of its support for Gareth Southgate’s squad was posted on Twitter with an accompanying video showing council staff enjoying themselves playing table football, wearing waistcoats and planning the big design.

Leader Matthew Hicks said: “Sometimes words just aren’t enough to express how you feel about something. So we decided to turn Endeavour House into a giant St George’s Cross.”

He added: “It’s coming home!”

The 90 by 20 metre design was created through the use of large sheets of red paper and the careful closing of a number of blinds in the county council offices.


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