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We rolled back the clock and asked our Suffolk iWitness members to submit their favourite retro toys, pictures, clothes and cars.

Lark in the Park is back for its 17th instalment this year and is looking to be bigger and better than ever before.

This week’s iWitness weekly competition was wet. It was unfortunately a little bit early in the year to get out the paddling pool in the garden, but users still managed to capture a variety of shots to express the theme and show off how East Anglia uses water.

Over the last 100 years, Ipswich has seen a number of damaging fires tear through its buildings. These pictures look back to some of the most remembered incidents.

This week’s iwitness weekly challenge asked you to capture the concept of hidden photos.

Whilst some students absolutely hated running around the school field during their PE lessons, others relished in the task and happily walked, skipped or ran the Chantry Fun Run.

Last week’s iWitness weekly challenge had a theme that looked to celebrate everything we love most about Suffolk: local.

Today we take a look back at a big triumph for Town over today’s opponents Sheffield Wednesday, back in 2007.

Ipswich Cornhill, Carr Street and Upper Orwell Street - we launch our exciting interactive pictures as part of our nostalgia series.

On Sunday St George’s Day will be marked across Ipswich and each year it brings together friends and family to commemorate our patron saint.

Last week we set our Suffolk iWitness members their weekly challenge: framing. Here are our favourites!

It is hard to imagine a time when BBC Radio Suffolk didn’t broadcast on our airwaves. Yet the station is only 27 years old, and celebrated its anniversary last week.

Whether it was for a quick pint in The Cricketers or after school detention at Tower Ramparts High School, Crown Street has paved the way to a lot of memories for Ipswich locals across the last 70 years.

Following on with our ‘caught out’ section of classic club photos, this time we take a look back to one of Ipswich’s most popular clubs in the 80s and 90s, Libertys.

Nostalgia really does strike a nerve, as more than 9,000 members have now joined our Ipswich Remembers Facebook group. The group has reconnected long lost friends and childhood chums from across the last 70 years.

Do you remember when Major’s Corner, St Margaret’s Green and Ipswich Cornhill looked like this?

Our Ipswich Remembers Facebook page is going from strength to strength, with nearly 7,000 members now part of the group.

Following on from our nostalgic gallery last week, readers have sent in their memories of skydiving from Ipswich Airport.

It’s A Knockout - it was a programme that hit the nation in 1966, and fans in Ipswich couldn’t help but get caught up in the excitement.

The Ipswich Corn Exchange has hosted it all over the past 50 years, from a live Blur concert to a Suffolk talent show.

The landscape of Ipswich has changed dramatically over the past 80 years, with the population of the town increasing considerably and the town expanding to accommodate it.

Our iWitness picture of the day was taken on soil more exotic than that found in Suffolk - across the pond in America.

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