Gallery: Tall ships, festivals and the Village of the Year competition are some of the pictures that made the headlines
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Our weekly look back at the photos behind that made the headlines
A fleet of tall ships on the Orwell in the bright summer sunshine provided a magnificent spectacle on the final day of the Celebrate Ipswich festival.
Ipswich Town fans were urged to vote for Blues legend Mick Mills after he entered the race to be crowned as the best ever Football League captain.
More than 200 bikers revved their engines to cruise through 50 miles of Suffolk’s open roads to raise money for Ipswich Hospital.
The Ipswich Maritime Festival attracted a record 70,000 visitors to the Waterfront and the three-day event pulled in 10,000 more visitors than came to the event last year – when it was held over two rather than three days.
Great Barton which is home to around 2,000 people and lies a few miles north of Bury St Edmunds, beat off stiff competition from runners-up Wickham Market and third-placed Brantham to be crowned winners to be hailed Suffolk’s Village of the Year.
Hundreds of classic cars lined the prom in Felixstowe drawing the crowds to enjoy the spectacle in the sunshine.
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- 3 Two arrests made following stabbing
- 4 'We're lucky to get her back' - Drone finds missing Pinky after 17 days
- 5 Men convicted of kidnap and rape of Ipswich girl
- 6 'Incredibly proud': 11-year-old saves classmate choking on chicken nugget
- 7 Alleyway near Ipswich town centre remains sealed off after serious assault
- 8 Omid Djalili cracks Ipswich joke at Queen's Platinum Jubilee show
- 9 Serving police officer appears in court over alleged misconduct offence
- 10 'Fantastic' new café at Needham Lake beauty spot opens its doors
The cast of Enchanted Entertainment’s Regent panto Peter Pan payed a visit to Ipswich Waterfront.
The Suffolk-based Camille’s Appeal was given a £6,000 boost after a team from Microsoft UK completed the national Three Peaks challenge.
From dance to bushcraft and rugby to forensic science, a military-themed activity scheme brought young people together to develop new skills.