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Can you see yourself in our video of festive pictures from December?

PUBLISHED: 18:38 26 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:38 26 December 2017

Stars of the Ipswich Regent pantomime George Sampson and Lauren Grice with Blue Cross puppies Bean and Jack.  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Stars of the Ipswich Regent pantomime George Sampson and Lauren Grice with Blue Cross puppies Bean and Jack. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Christmas Day may now have passed, but we’re still feeling festive in our offices today. Here is a selection of our favourite pictures taken by our photographers this December. Are you pictured?

We have put together a video highlighting our favourite pictures that were taken by our photographers this December.

They include Abbie Ambrose, who created a Christmas light display at her home to raise money for Autism and ADHD charities, and Farlingaye High School pupil Alex Cooke with some of the festive hampers he and his peers created.

This month also saw a visit by the cast of the Ipswich Regent pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices’ Treehouse in Ipswich, and a visit by the Coca Cola truck to Asda in Whitehouse.

Can you spot yourself in our favourite festive pictures?

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