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Gallery: The week in pictures

PUBLISHED: 17:06 16 November 2012

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

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PUDSEY fever has this week swept Ipswich and Felixstowe, with charity supporters doing their bit for Children in Need.

Meanwhile, candidates vied for your vote in the police and crime commissioner elections - eventually won by Tory candidate Tim Passmore.

There was excitement as Ipswich Town travelled to Walsham le Willows for the Suffolk Premier Cup, securing another win for new boy Mick McCarthy.

There was sadness in Ipswich as Christopher Thompson was found dead in Chantry Park.

And there was traffic chaos in Norwich Road after a chemical spill outside a dry cleaners.

iwitnesses have continued to send in their photos of glorious Suffolk, stunning sunsets and animals in action.

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A student from Chelmondiston who was born to a British mother but has struggled to acquire British citizenship has described the overwhelmingly positive reaction to her plight.

Emergency services are at the scene of a serious accident involving a car and a motorbike.

Players from across the country came to Suffolk last week for the first ever Special Olympics Badminton Tournament – with some securing places in the national finals in Sheffield this August.

A driver has been injured after crashing into a lamp post in Suffolk.

A chimney fire broke out at a Suffolk pub this afternoon - just two days after firefighters tackled another blaze at another of the county’s inns.

The annual Stowmarket open air music festival is set for its biggest ever year, with StowFiesta now set to run over two days for the first time.

Delays on the A12 in Woodbridge have been caused by a car and trailer which has reportedly “flipped” according to police.

It’s time to look back at a popular event that is brought up on our Ipswich Remembers Facebook page on a regular basis - the Piggywink Disco.

Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis says The Wild Blackberry in Bromeswell is a gem of a cafe

More than 150 Ipswich Society members gathered for the organisation’s 57th annual general meeting on Wednesday, to discuss key developments in the town over the last year.

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