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There's the Millennium Green, shops with character, and plenty more. Have we missed your favourite things?

Harry was shot down while fighting the Nazis over Europe. Later, the businessman brought a huge number of jobs to Hadleigh

Father found daughter with her throat cut. Rose Harsent's killer escaped justice

Comic shop staff cast their votes. Have they got it right? Who has missed out?

But she admits: 'The knitting of something that touches the genitals and breasts seems such an intimate act that I cannot imagine making a costume for even the closest friend'

Exhibition about iconic Hadleigh shop Partridges highlights loads of fascinating facts about the past, including a murder and highway robbery

Jean worked as a maid, and then the head teacher's cook, at a boarding school near Ipswich. A 'very special' lady

Cole's has been making them for 80 years. Here are some Christmas puddings past and present. What's your favourite?

Snapshot of a vanished 'powerhouse where people lived cheek by jowl next to their place of work' and led dignified, uncomplicated lives

Biddy's a descendant of the Pretty family, which ran the huge Ipswich corset-making factory behind Debenhams. Do you remember it?

'Bury would not be the wonderful town it is if the abbey church was still with us, because we would be a city equivalent to Durham or York' says author

We've got Needham Lake and The Regal cinema and theatre. Can you think of others?

'She was a very courageous, dignified, loving, cheerful and inspiring woman, and we will all miss her dearly'

It's one of the buildings we can't usually explore. But we CAN see behind the scenes during the Heritage Open Days festival. Details here

Tributes to devoted Suffolk hospital nurse once called the 'hardest-working woman in the UK' and 'one of life's angels'

Iain Dale says a good party needs to be a broad church - but that's not what's happening at the moment

Obituary: Eighty-year-old was part of the 'Windrush generation' who came to England. He'd help many young adults get a good start in life

As we slip reluctantly into autumn, see what you recall of a summer marked by heatwaves, fierce storms and drama on the cricket field

School gardener, who has died at 89, was awarded the MBE for his tireless work for the village and service to horticulture

Protest banners are up, opposing an Ipswich northern route. Echoes from 30 years ago, when a similar battle was fought, can still be heard

In 1989 a farmer sought permission to build a new Ipswich Airport on fields near Henley. The day after that news broke, villagers also faced clamours for an Ipswich northern bypass

The chatter over the garden fences of Ipswich half a century ago was about the discovery of stunning artefacts more than 2,000 years old

Confessions of a former post-lady. PLUS: Hear a clip from the Suffolk comedy series she's written

From a cinema with personality to the legendary 'eat your fish and chips by the sea' experience, it's surely got the lot

If you feel that summer is going iffy on us - that the nights are drawing in too fast - here's the perfect antidote to a premature sense of resignation

Stylist asked wife-to-be for a date the first time they met − when she came to get her hair cut. They were married for 57 years

Research hasn't come to an end. 'There are many new non-destructive techniques for looking under the soil which could be used on the site'

Edith Pretty inherited a fortune when her father died, and later bought a Suffolk estate near Woodbridge

It's the 80th anniversary of the Sutton Hoo Anglo-Saxon burial ship discovery. So we thought we'd take a quick look at some other East Anglian treasure hoards

Self-taught Basil found remains of Anglo-Saxon ship but had to give way to archaeology 'experts'

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