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Gallery: Do you want to carve a pumpkin? Halloween takes on Frozen theme in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 10:46 31 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:46 31 October 2014

Do you want to carve a pumpkin? Frozen figures by Laura Robertson

Do you want to carve a pumpkin? Frozen figures by Laura Robertson

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Suffolk’s artistic pumpkin carvers have upped the stakes today with this latest collection of intricately-carved designs.

Overnight readers sent us photos of their creations and we have been amazed at some of the detailed designs - from grinning Cheshire cats to Olaf, Anna and Elsa from hit Disney musical Frozen.

We have teamed up with Friday Street Farm, just off the A12 near Aldeburgh, to bring you a selection of the best pumpkins this Halloween, see more here.
Take a look throuhg our galleries and tell us which is your favourite below.

Have you created a pumpkin masterpiece? Share your photos with us via email Or share your photos of your children enjoying the seasonal festivities.

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