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Video/Gallery: Reliving the highlights of the Suffolk Show 2014

12:00 01 June 2014

Heavy horse at the Suffolk Show 2014 by Phil Smith

Heavy horse at the Suffolk Show 2014 by Phil Smith

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This week thousands visited Trinity Park for the annual county show, which celebrates Suffolk’s thriving farming industry as well as showcasing the gastronomical delights that this region has to offer.

The show, held at Trinity Park, Ipswich, also allowed the county’s top farmers, equestrian stars and craftsman to show off their talents.

We had a team of reporters and photographers on site throughout the show capturing the highs and lows, the mud and the occasional ray of sun.

And our iwitness team were also there with their cameras, ready to record the action.

For more on the Suffolk Show, click here.

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  • I'm glad it all went well due to the weather, but thank goodness it's finished. It was grossly over covered in the star. Some good stories were pushed aside because of this

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    richie w

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

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