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Gallery: The week in pictures

17:43 02 November 2012

Will Kenning, Dame for the New Wolsey

Will Kenning, Dame for the New Wolsey's Rock and Roll Panto whith a lovely pair of melons from Ipswich Market - Pictured with John Meadows

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HALLOWEEN fever swept Ipswich and Felixstowe this week with witches, ghostly figures and vampires all featuring in the Star.

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Pumpkin carving has been espeically popular this year and we featured a photo of little Izzy Hawkes with her giant pumpkin, and also photographed members of the Ipswich Allotment Holder’s Association measuring their prized vegetables.

There was sadness too as thieves stole money raised in memory of brave tot Jaymie-Leigh Ring.

But the story that dominated the headlines was Ipswich Town’s loss against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend and the appoitnment of new manager Mick McCarthy.

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The victims lived in Park North, off Westerfield Road

An elderly woman woke at night to find two burglars in her bedroom, a court has heard.

An artist's impression of the street scene at Wolsey Grange.

A rejected bid to create almost 500 homes on land near Ipswich is to be reconsidered – following allegations a district councillor was handed a note during the original hearing.


A trolley bus at the junction of Duke Street (right) and Fore Hamlet (behind the bus) in April 1963. (Photo by Alan Valentine).

It is more than 50 years since the last trolley bus service ran on the streets of Ipswich, writes David Kindred.

Jo Harris worked at the B&M store in Copdock until 2013, and despite being an employee there was issued two fines of £70 for parking.

A group of former employees at a store in Ipswich have been left distraught after car park fines mistakenly issued more than two years ago has left them facing a court appearance.

Two charged over cannabis factory

A78-year-old Ipswich man is one of two people to have been charged after police raided a cannabis factory near Stowmarket.

Bucklesham Grange care home, Ipswich celebrate shrove Tuesday with a pancake race and pancake tossing 
Debbie and John with Daniel rowark

Flipping good fun was had by all at Bucklesham Grange Care Home this afternoon as a range of games and activities were put on to mark Shrove Tuesday.

High water at Felixstowe Ferry. Archive image. Photo: Stephen Squirrell/citizenside.com

Flood alerts are in place tonight along the Essex and Suffolk coastline.

A wanted man was arrested in Stowmarket today – after being spotted in the town’s library by a PCSO.

Mendlesham Pancake Races. Pictured is Frazer Skilling.

There was fun and laughter in a Suffolk village this afternoon as the traditional pancake race took place.

The BP garage on the A134 in Sudbury has been ram raided in the early hours. Reports suggest the ATM has been removed.

A cash machine has been stolen in a ram raid at a petrol station in Sudbury in the early hours of this morning.

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