Gallery: Fun runs and record breaking fairies - the pictures that made the headlines

Call for fairies for world record attempt in aid of Woolverstone Wish. From left to right, Hazel Pra

Call for fairies for world record attempt in aid of Woolverstone Wish. From left to right, Hazel Pratt, Beth Thom, Jessie Caldwell and Sharon Wragg. - Credit: Archant

EACH week we look back at some of our brightest photos of the past seven days.

Thousands of people took advantage of the glorious weather last weekend to see a fantastic array of vintage vehicles at the annual car run.

An estimated 500 classic cars, motorcycles, lorries, buses and military vehicles started out on the Ipswich to Felixstowe Historic Vehicle Run from Christchurch Park.

The Kesgrave 5K Fun Run, which is in its fifth year, attracted 364 entrants this year with hundreds more lining the streets to cheer them on.

The Bangladeshi Support Centre (BSC) organised a Pita Festival at Suffolk New College, which was designed to celebrate traditional Bangladeshi culture, music, sweets and savoury food and attracted more than 500 people from diverse backgrounds.

Hundreds of people pounded the streets of Felixstowe to raise funds for good causes for this year’s annual Felixstowe Fun Run on Bank Holiday Monday.

The people of Ipswich are being called upon to help break a Guinness World Record in aid of charity – by dressing up as fairies.

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Organisers hope to set a record at the Cornhill on June 23 for the largest number of people to don tutus, wings and wands in the same place.

The Blazing Saddles team of 12 will be taking part in the London to Paris Cycle Challenge from July 3 to 7 in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

The Prince of Wales awarded medals to his son’s Army colleagues as he presented Operational Service Medals to 662 Squadron Army Air Corps along with reservists who have just returned from Afghanistan while visiting Wattisham Airfield.