From dreaming of Ipswich Town to birdwatching: Suffolks Tweets of the week

Suffolk Tweets of the week Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Suffolk Tweets of the week Picture: GETTY IMAGES - Credit: Getty Images

As another weeks draws to a close, we look back at thow the week has played out on Twitter with a round up of tweets of the week from Suffolk..

The first tweet is from @AndyWarren_ one of the Ipswich Town writers for the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star. The tweet in question revolves around a dream involivng a Blues friendly match with a plethora of famous faces turning out for Town. The tweet attracted multiple replies, the majority of which questioned whether Andy had indulged in a late night cheese eating binge,

@DavidWalsh22 a birder and retired teacher from Ipswich, captured the moment he spotted a wryneck at Landguard Bird Observatory in Felixstowe The wryneck is a small woodpecker. They mainly eat ants and according to the RSPB they are relatively rare in the UK, with a population of only 280 birds.

@GuidoLock is a twitter account which documents the life of two bulldogs Guido and Maggie Mae. This tweet is dedicated to Guido who has undergone an operation and is therefore bed bound while sister Maggie Mae is off on a walk in the park alone. The post to the dogs twitter account led to a flurry of messages of support being sent to Guido from other dog lover accounts across the country. Further twitter updates suggest Guido is on the mend following his operation, and sister Maggie Mae is keeping him company while he recovers.The final tweet of the week comes from @Poppyshedgehogs, a sanctuary for the spikey creatures based in Stowmarket. They rescue hedgehogs from across Suffolk and care for them until they are strong enough to return to the wild. This tweet celebrated the start of a new week using the #MondayMotivation hashtag. The tweet received 155 likes and 41 retweets,

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