Gallery: Music in the sun and a visit from Captain Slow - review of this week’s headlines
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Revellers enjoyed a glorious day of music, fun and sun as Ipswich Music Day was once again staged at Christchurch.
The event came the day after the Film Night Spectacular, which was hailed a success after crowds flocked to the park with their folding chairs and picnic hampers for the annual musical event.
A cricket reunion took place at Orwell Park school when headteacher Adrian Brown, a former Essex wicket keeper, welcomed his old captain Nasser Hussein to a prize-giving ceremony.
Planes, gliders, vintage cars and tractors of all shapes and sizes descended on the grounds of Heveningham Hall for a spectacular annual show.
Stringfever performed in front of primary school children at the Corn Exchange in Ipswich in an event organised by Ipswich School as part of the Ip-art festival.
People living in Felixstowe reported that they had seen James May from Top Gear in a yellow Ferrari near the newly-revamped Fludyer Arms Hotel.
The polished chrome and gleaming paintwork of a selection of coach built prams made an impressive sight arranged in a sun-drenched Felixstowe garden.
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