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What makes your mum extra special?

PUBLISHED: 12:25 24 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:25 24 March 2017

Annabelle James and Eva Szkic from Exning Primary School with their Mother's Day cards. Picture: Gregg Brown

Annabelle James and Eva Szkic from Exning Primary School with their Mother's Day cards. Picture: Gregg Brown

Children all over Suffolk will be proudly presenting their mums with flowers, chocolates and hand-crafted cards on Sunday as we celebrate Mother’s Day.

Seth Davy and Finley Gimblett are looking forward to impressing their mums on Mother's Day.  Picture: Gregg Brown Seth Davy and Finley Gimblett are looking forward to impressing their mums on Mother's Day. Picture: Gregg Brown

Grown-up off spring may take their mums out for lunch, or cook them a Sunday roast to show their appreciation.

Today we published a special supplement in print giving school children the chance to send a heartfelt message to their mums, with many describing why their mum is special.

A pupil from Bawdsey Church of England Primary wrote: “Thank you mum for everything you’ve done for me. Making me laugh, making me better and so many other things. Thank you for everything.”

Over the weekend, we would like to hear from you - what makes your mum extra special? Why is your mum one-in-a-million?

Briar-Rose Kennaway painted this heart picture for her mum.  Picture: Gregg Brown Briar-Rose Kennaway painted this heart picture for her mum. Picture: Gregg Brown

Share your Mother’s Day messages below, or email us, and we will publish them on Sunday morning.

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