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Gallery: Christmas celebrations in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 15:52 07 December 2012

Father Christmas arrives at his winter wonderland grotto at Denny Bros in Bury.

Father Christmas arrives at his winter wonderland grotto at Denny Bros in Bury.

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COMMUNITIES in each of the four corners of Suffolk have been welcoming the festive season.

A whole host of festivities have been taking place across the county in the past few weeks, celebrating this magical time of year.

Christmas light switch-ons have been taking place in towns across the county, the Coca Cola truck has visited Ipswich and Lowestoft and Christmas fairs and markets have been appearing across the county spreading Christmas cheer.

Here we have captured the magic of Christmas in Suffolk.

Do you have festive photos? Send them to us via suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk

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