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Find out which Ipswich schools are taking part in our Mother’s Day supplement

PUBLISHED: 12:28 21 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:28 21 February 2018

Find out which Ipswich schools are taking part in our Mother's Day supplement. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Find out which Ipswich schools are taking part in our Mother's Day supplement. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Our paper has teamed up with Ipswich schools to create a supplement filled with messages from your little ones.

The supplement, which will be in our paper on March 9, will be a chance for your children to have their loving Mother’s Day messages printed.

Make sure you put March 9 in your diary so you pick up a copy to keep forever.

Watch our video to find out if your Ipswich school is working hard on messages for their mums.

12 Ipswich schools are taking part resulting in 70 classes and 1,801 pupils.

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