Suffolk tweets which caught our eye - have we included yours?

A round-up of tweets incase you missed them this week Picture: SIMON PAGE

A round-up of tweets incase you missed them this week Picture: SIMON PAGE - Credit: SIMON PAGE

From a pretty beach hut to Suffolk’s hottest destination in Summer 2018 - take a look at our top five.

An exciting tweet was posted by the Ipswich regent this week as they revealed their panto cast.

The venue will be putting on Snow White and the seven dwarfs on December 14 until January 2.

The cast includes Prince Matt Pagan, Wicked Queen Natasha Hamilton, Henchman Stevi Ritchie and many other big names. This tweet was retweeted 26 times and got 65 likes.

The Met Office revealed in a tweet this week that the top temperature of Summer 2018 was recorded in Suffolk.


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On July 27 Felsham, a village in Mid Suffolk, reached a whopping 35.6C (96.08 F).

This tweet gained 21 retweets and 55 likes.

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This week we have been reporting on a beach hut which costs more than some houses.

The pretty Southwold beach hut is currently for sale for £150,000 - you can read the story here.

Fitting in with this topic Twitter user Sophia Myles posted a pretty picture of some beach huts in the town. This got 60 likes and two retweets.

Our top tweet on the Ipswich Star this week was our piece on the sad news that Olive Boar had passed away.

Olive Boar was Britain’s oldest person, aged 113 years-old, and was from Ipswich.

This was retweeted ten times and liked 19.

Finally, a tweet from the Suffolk Fire & Rescue service has made it into our round-up.

They had a night of congratulating staff members who had made an outstanding contribution and handing out medals to those who had been in the business for 20 years. This great post was retweeted seven times and liked 22.

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