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Gallery: The week in pictures

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.

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A Martlesham man is angry after a booked trip on a steam train up Snowdon was cancelled due to an obese family taking up all the room in his carriage.

A 170-tonne electricity transformer the size of a bungalow is being transported along the A12 in Suffolk on Saturday.

Chinese backers yesterday signed important financial agreements connected to the construction of Suffolk’s yet-to-be-approved Sizewell C nuclear power station.

A 15-year-old girl missing from Ipswich has been found, according to Suffolk police officers.

A 32-year-old autistic woman from Ipswich has hosted a Macmillan coffee morning in memory of her mother, who died of cancer two years ago.

And depending how significant the prize, or the emotional attachment to it, their fates can range from living out their days in a dusty draw to taking pride of place on your (or your parent’s) mantelpiece.

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a nine-year-old girl reported being approached by two men on bicycles in Ipswich.

Police stopped a driver on the A14 this afternoon near Needham Market who was going at 107mph.

Members of a Suffolk-based fitness team have raised more than £7,000 for Ipswich Hospital’s neonatal and paediatric wards after completing the Three Peaks Challenge in just 22 hours.

Opened up in 1938, Broomhill Pool was, for decades, one of the most popular attractions in Ipswich.

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