Gallery: Burying a time capsule and an action-packed dog day are some of the stories behind the headlines this week
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Our weekly look back at the photos that made the headlines
Pupils at Gusford Primary School in Ipswich buried a time capsule at the school this week so future generations can get an insight into their lives.
Dogs and their owners enjoyed a fun-filled day out in the sun as the Felixstowe Blue Cross fun day and dog show.
Thousands of people flocked to Helmingham Hall to see the Festival of Classic and Sports Cars.
Following a special ceremony and a sea front parade in front of thousands of people,the Wings on Waves Show returned to mark the 100th anniversary of seaplanes flying out of the town.
A walk and tea party at Dunwich Heath raised more than £500 for a charity which rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes whippets.
Local people from Witnesham paid tribute to one of the county’s favourite cartoonists, Giles. They re-created one of his cartoons outside his favourite drinking establishment The Barley Mow.
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- 2 Emergency services attend Felixstowe bungalow fire
- 3 'He's a s**t house' - Stanley chairman slams Town skipper Morsy
- 4 Norwood set to stay... despite seven clubs showing interest
- 5 How Covid restrictions will change in England this week
- 6 Jailed in Suffolk: The criminals put behind bars this week
- 7 Serious fire breaks out at home in Woodbridge
- 8 5 places to spot celebrities in Suffolk
- 9 'Dire for hospitality in Ipswich' - grill owner hits out at hardship grants
- 10 School's 'greatest ever sporting achievement' could take them to Wembley
Year nine pupils from Woodbridge School brought colourful character to their production of the Bard’s comic classic The Taming of the Shrew.