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Father Christmas will be making special guest appearances in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich and at Stonham Barns but which grotto will you be visiting?
Towns and villages across the region are set to mark of the centenary of the Armistice. Here are details of some of the main events being held in memory of the end of the First World War.
Looking for some seasonal sparkle? Here are some of the places you can see Christmas lights switched on this year.
One of the largest bonfire and firework displays in East Anglia is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Cocktail lovers in Ipswich are spoilt for choice with expert mixologists on hand at the likes of Revolution, Coast to Coast and Cosy Club - but could these fruit concoctions save the bar industry?
Councils in west Suffolk are set to commit to running the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre for another three years.
From Christchurch Park in Ipswich to Castle Park in Colchester, this is where you can watch the fireworks this Guy Fawkes Night.
Fresh attractions have been announced for one of the country’s top Christmas festivals held in Suffolk, as event bosses confirm additional security will also be on hand.
Two siblings who are in The Regent’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs panto have previously appeared in Star Wars and Christopher Robin.
As winter weather hits, it’s time to start planning your holidays for next year. Combine bank holidays with annual leave, and you could enjoy longer breaks from work!
It was all about the confidence in Norwich this weekend as TV fashionista Gok Wan brought his One Size Fits All tour to the city.
It’s futuristic, classical and steam-powered - it is the Felixstowe Steampunk Halloween Festival taking place at Landguard Fort this weekend.
Weird and wonderful ghost stories abound in many corners of East Anglia, with sights and sounds that just can’t be explained. Here are 23 of the most haunted places in the region.
Conspiracy theorists who believe the earth is flat will descend on Ipswich town centre on Sunday on their new tour- to try and prove that the world is not round.
Award-winning comedian Jimmy Carr is bringing his ‘Terribly Funny’ tour to Colchester’s Charter Hall.
Suffolk’s biggest firework display returns with a bang this November accompanied with a jam-packed programme of entertainment.
The Great Plague returns to Ipswich this Halloween - but are you brave enough to find out more?
A steampunk “extravaganza” is launching on the Suffolk coast, featuring curiosities with a Halloween twist.
Babies and toddlers have undergone a terrifying transformation into ghosts, ghouls and miniature monsters as they “dress to impress” for the Halloween season.
With three walks on offer and a guide booklet packed with information the curious about Ipswich walk is a great day out.
A Kesgrave woman wants to spread the word about a Halloween project which keeps children with food allergies safe.
Are you looking for fun things to do at half term which won’t cost a fortune? Here are 20 free and cheap activities to enjoy around Norfolk, Suffolk and north Essex.
The words of First World War soldiers will be brought to life at an Ipswich arts festival.
Do you struggle when it comes to carving pumpkins? Take a look at how an expert does it here.
From a play starring Olaf the Snowman to Scaresville, there are plenty of events to keep the kids occupied over half term week.
Hundreds of people flocked to Ipswich Town’s Portman Road football ground today but rather than watching the Tractor Boys they were getting a taste for all things vegan instead.
Members of the public got to sample the best produce the county has to offer at the new artisan market in Ipswich today.
A town’s first adventure room has landed with an innovative array of puzzles and props to test you and your friends.
Former Atomic Kitten reveals her most embarrassing theatre moment and why she is excited to be back in Ipswich.
A vintage sale will held be in Ipswich this weekend giving shoppers a chance to join the sports wear revival by snapping up pre-loved designer brands from the 80s and 90s.
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