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Gallery: Christmas is in the air - and our iwitnesses have been capturing all the early signs

17:13 27 November 2012

Ipswich town centre Coca-Cola Christmas truck

Ipswich town centre Coca-Cola Christmas truck

(c) copyright citizenside.com

IT’S nearly that time of the year again - Christmas.

We have seen the Coca-Cola truck arrive in Ipswich, the reveal of festive decorations around the county and trees are popping up everywhere.

It can only mean that Christmas is almost here.

We have created a gallery highlighting how Christmas has already taken off in the county using pictures that readers like you have sent in via iwitness.

To add your photos, log on at suffolk.iwitness.co.uk

2 comments

  • The story says, "trees are popping up everywhere", they may be clearly but not in Ipswich, we just have a pile of metal balls! It does look pretty in the dark though but I don't understand how the council justifies such spending while making cutbacks in other areas?

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    MZH

    Tuesday, November 27, 2012

  • nice to see the coco cola christmas lorry pity it did not take that thing thats suppose to be a christmas tree with it when it left ipswich please can we have areal one next year

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    g j m

    Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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“We won’t let this happen without making a lot of noise”.

A diving club has marked its 60th anniversary by renaming two boats after founding members.

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Members of Suffolk County Council are expected to call for Network Rail to invest heavily in the region’s railways following the start of the new Greater Anglia franchise.

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