May 29 2015 Latest news:
Thousands of people attended the Suffolk Show on Wednesday and Thursday to see the delights the county has to offer.
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There is no hiding the broad smiles on the faces of the organisers of the Suffolk Show this afternoon.
My best in show by a clear mile had to be Rocky, the award-winning continental giant rabbit.
Think of this year’s PULSE Festival as Ipswich’s newest restaurant, with plenty to suit all palates. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage listened to what the team behind this year’s event had to say.
The 184th Suffolk Show has been declared a “feast of excitement” by director Bill Baker.
Town meets country with style and substance as Trinity Park basks in glorious spring sunshine. Lynne Mortimer reports on day one at the Suffolk Show.
More than 300 children turned out to the unveiling of a high-tech play area in an Ipswich park.
College students have been painting nails, building stud walls and laying bricks in the learning and skills zone at the Suffolk Show.
With temperatures set to hit 18C this afternoon, this year’s Suffolk Show is set to be the warmest of recent years.
For those looking for inspiration this half term, Natalie Sadler shares her experience of a rainy day out at Bressingham Steam and Gardens, just outside Diss.
Food retailers at the Suffolk Show have insisted the county has a “growing reputation” across the country for its “exceptional” produce.
Dozens of magnificent models attracted big crowds to a former Suffolk wireless radio base over the weekend.
Thrilled East Bergholt residents turned out in force on Monday to see daring fundraisers dress up in their best costumes and battle in the 35th annual Pram Race.
Hundreds of fundraisers took part in a second-annual charity bike ride raising cash for the Alzheimer’s Society today.
Football fanatics from across Suffolk kitted-up for one of the biggest youth sporting events in the county, as they took part in the Suffolk FA Grassroots Festival.
A 100-year-old woman who visited her childhood home she was born and grew up in has described the “unbelievable” experience.
Excited crowds gathered in Bury St Edmunds today for what is being hailed the celebrity wedding of the year between Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan.
The 10th anniversary of the Truck Show at Orwell Crossing Lorry Park beside the A14 in Nacton saw its biggest ever turnout on Sunday.
An A320 Airbus is not the usual mode of transport you would expect to see arriving in the rural market town of Bury St Edmunds.