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This week Storm Eleanor caused chaos around the county.
According to UK Power Networks, 245 homes were without power because of the storm - those affected were in the IP13, IP5 and IP7 postcodes.
However, there were also reports of power cuts in Westhorpe, Drinkstone, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds.
The strong winds also resulted in the closure of Ipswich’s Orwell Bridge which caused lengthy traffic delays.
Gusts reached 50-60mph meaning the bridge had to remain closed for 17 hours.
In Stowmarket on the grounds of the historic Milton House, a much-loved walnut tree was blown down by the storm.
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The tree brought joy to happy newlyweds who would pose for their wedding pictures under the branches.
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