Gallery: A riot of colour and an 80s fundraiser - the pictures that made the headlines
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EACH week we look back at some of our brightest photos of the past seven days.
This week the EACH Treehouse Choir performed for the first time on to kick-start Children’s Hospice Week in Suffolk.
The Hindu festival of Holi which marks the arrival of spring in India brought a splash of colour to Holywells Park.
After spending more than 270 days in kennels at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, homeless hound Shadow finally found a loving home in Ipswich.
Big hair and bright neon were the chosen styles for a flashback bash in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) as more than 200 people attended the 80s party at All Manor of Events, in School Road, Henley, and raised £1,350.
A team of Year 8 girls from Copleston High School earned their chance to play at the home of English rugby - Twickenham - after getting through to the final of the RFU’s National Girls’ Schools Competition.
Youngsters at a primary school are being encouraged to discover what they need to do to achieve their dreams with The Be the Best you can Be! a new programme inspired by the Olympics, which was launched at Henley Primary School last week. Wendy Smith, who represented Great Britain in wheelchair basketball at the 2004 Games, visited to celebrate the launch.
- 1 Mapped: Where parasite dangerous to dogs has been reported in Suffolk
- 2 Lane on A14 reopens after severe delays on Orwell Bridge
- 3 Plans for flats in former Ipswich pub progress
- 4 Swimming pool at primary school open again after two years
- 5 Why has my car been covered in dust?
- 6 Felixstowe's Wicker family beheaded by vandals
- 7 Car seized as driver tries to avoid parking fees at Stansted Airport
- 8 Critically endangered calf born at Jimmy's Farm near Ipswich
- 9 'Quietly confident' - Felixstowe Indian restaurant goes alcohol-free
- 10 Train services in Suffolk cancelled after horses escape onto tracks
Youngsters have been flocking to a popular new indoor skate park called Area25, in Betts Avenue, Martlesham Heath.
A charitable trio is hoping to raise vital funds for a good cause by walking 100km from London to Brighton – dressed in tutus.
Team Tutu, which is made up of Una Packwood, Simon Cudworth and Alison Quilter, of Felixstowe, will tackle the London2Brighton charity trip at the end of May.
Sunshine greeted more than 150 riders as the Woodbridge and DMCC hosted their first motocross meeting of the 2013 season at Blaxhall.
Which was your favourite photo of the week?