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Thousands of families and eager festival-goers braved the changeable weather this weekend to enjoy top bands, food and art at Jimmy’s Festival.

Imagine a music festival featuring Queen, Oasis, and The Jam in the heart of Ipswich’s Christchurch Park.

KT Tunstall, headlining Jimmy’s Festival tonight, talks to entertainment writer Wayne Savage about “breaking up” with making records and starting a new chapter in her life.

Suffolk New College is launching its summer programme of sports sessions for youngsters this week.

Screen Suffolk bosses have said they are encouraged by the amount of interest shown in youngsters for a career in TV and film.

It will be a big day for veteran sheep farmer Bob Wilden when the English National Sheepdog Trials kick off at Haughley Park, near Stowmarket, on Friday, 
July 27.

Each summer The Suffolk Craft Society stages a showcase of homegrown talent with their annual exhibition in Aldeburgh. Arts editor Andrew Clarke is dazzled by a show that demonstrates that craft is also art.

Theatre in the Forest returns to Jimmy’s Farm as Shakespeare meets the wild west (with a dash of Richard Curtis) in Red Rose Chain’s As You Like It.

Films with re-watch value, movies with a unique quality, will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Jodie Whittaker is taking the legendary science fiction series Dr Who into exciting new territory. Arts editor Andrew Clarke believes that the time is right for a female Doctor to give the programme a new sense of purpose.

When the sun finally comes out it is great to have a day in the park and there are plenty to choose from in Suffolk and north Essex. Here are seven of our favourites.

The school holidays have arrived so it is the perfect time to plan a family picnic, check out our favourite picnic locations across Suffolk and north Essex.

Now that Latitude is over it’s time to get excited about the next festival, but how well do you know the stars of V-Festival?

Today marks tell an old joke day, how many people can you make laugh?

This weekend is Jimmy’s annual festival, so we have created a stage set time list so you know where to be and when.

It’s said that water is life. For Framlingham-raised songwriter Simon Law, it’s music. A key member of Soul II Soul, he’s just seen his debut album go to number one on the UK soul charts.

Culture Club’s Roy Hay is buzzing when I catch up with him at TalkSPORT’s studios.

There were a lot of suggestions when it came to who’d take over hosting duties when The Great British Bake Off switched from BBC One to Channel 4. Children’s presenters Dick ‘n’ Dom where among them.

Acclaimed screen and stage actor Neil Stuke heads to Jimmy’s Festival this weekend, but he’s no stranger to East Anglia.

As parents and children prepare for a scorching six week summer break from Friday, Ipswich Borough Council has lined up scores of family-friendly events to keep the youngsters entertained.

Prince Harry has arrived in Suffolk to visit the RAF regiment at Honington and the Headway charity in Ipswich.

Top East Anglian acoustic duo Silbury Hill will be performing at the next Ipswich Arts Association lunchtime concert.

Great British Bake Off star Martha Collison talks about life in the infamous tent, her naughty labradoodle and being tired of clean eating books.

A Suffolk town is playing host to the cast and crew of an award-winning sitcom for the third time.

Olly Murs helped a Suffolk choir take its annual fundraising total to over £5,000 when he made a virtual appearance at its sold out Ipswich concert at the weekend.

A top international pianist is coming to Ipswich for the Chopin in the Park concert which is set to take place in Holywells Park this September.

With only 32 days before the festival kicks off, let’s remind ourselves of the line-up of V Festival.

Sudbury’s famous son ‘would be dynamite in polite society today’. James Hamilton’s new biography is a colourful read

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