There are several venues that people across Suffolk miss and hold cherished memories of. 

Whether it is childhood favourites or nightclub memories, some places hold plenty of nostalgic value. 

Here are five venues in Suffolk people would like to bring back. 

Ipswich Star: Rollerbury in Bury St Edmunds was loved by thousands of peopleRollerbury in Bury St Edmunds was loved by thousands of people (Image: Newsquest)

Rollerbury, Bury St Edmunds 

The infamous roller skate rink is one that people in west Suffolk are likely to remember. 

Located on Station Hill, Rollerbury was great for parties and family entertainment before it closed in the early 2000s.

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Cavendish Hotel, Felixstowe 

Another venue readers said they would like to see return is the Cavendish Hotel in Felixstowe. 

The iconic seafront venue opened its doors in the 1930s, before it was knocked down in the 1980s. 

Plans to build homes on the land were given the go-ahead.

Ipswich Star: The entrance to the iconic Broomhill LidoThe entrance to the iconic Broomhill Lido (Image: Newsquest)

Broomhill Lido, Ipswich

Ipswich residents have fond memories of the iconic Broomhill Lido.

The Sherrington Road site was always packed in the summer, before it shut in 2002. 

A £10million project to restore the was revealed in February, with hopes people can take the plunge into the lido by 2026.

Ipswich Star: Building work at the arc Shopping Centre, former Cattle Market, in 2005Building work at the arc Shopping Centre, former Cattle Market, in 2005 (Image: Newsquest)

Cattle Market, Bury St Edmunds 

One reader said they would bring back the old Cattle Market in Bury St Edmunds. 

After more than 30 years, £75million plans to build the arc Shopping Centre and flats were given the go-ahead in 2005.

Ipswich Star: The former Odeon CinemaThe former Odeon Cinema (Image: Newsquest)

Odeon Cinema, Ipswich 

The Odeon Cinema in Ipswich is another venue people would like to see return. 

The venue in St Margaret's Street was first constructed in 1991, before the cinema shut in 2005. 

It is now home to the Hope Church.