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The Proclaimers announce November Ipswich Regent gig

PUBLISHED: 12:23 21 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:24 21 February 2018

The Proclaimers rocking the Ipswich Regent back in 2007. Picture: OWEN HINES

The Proclaimers rocking the Ipswich Regent back in 2007. Picture: OWEN HINES

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