A network of wartime tunnels beneath a school playground are reopening for public exploration.

The WW2 Homefront experience will be reopening this weekend at the Clifford Road School in Ipswich.

Positioned beneath the school playground, the unique experience features three separate tunnel networks, all waiting to be discovered by the public.

Recently, additional shelter tunnels that have remained untouched for more than 80 years were found on the premises, with plans to add these historical finds to the current offering.

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The aim is to bring this hidden history to a wider and inclusive audience.

Open days are scheduled for the second weekend of each month from April through October, operating between 11am and 3pm.

No bookings are required for these events and payments can be made either by cash or card.

Homemade cakes and refreshments will also be available for purchase.

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For those with a competitive edge, a children's quiz is on offer.

The experience is open not only to families but private groups upon enquiry.

For more in-depth details, visit the official website cliffordroadtunnels.co.uk.