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Gallery: The pictures that made the headlines

PUBLISHED: 08:00 10 March 2013

African Pygmy hedgehogs, Pepperpot and Extra the albino.

African Pygmy hedgehogs, Pepperpot and Extra the albino.

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IN our weekly feature, we look at the photos that made the headlines this week.

A rare albino hedgehog – with pure white spikes and red eyes – is being cared for by staff at Mistley Place Park.

Fundraiser Penny Parker, who is the puppy walker for the Ipswich Star trainee guide dog puppies, is up for a national award to recognise her dedication to the charity.

Four-year-old Barley, a much-loved family dog is preparing for Crufts.

Walkers united to help raise £8,000 in memory of loved ones on the seventh annual Walk of Thoughts.

Two Ipswich football clubs have embraced the internet dance craze which has swept the world by creating their own version of the Harlem Shake.

The 50-strong ‘Singing Safari’ choir gave their debut performance at a Waterfront heritage centre to a packed crowd.

About 100 Year Four and Five pupils from Ipswich Preparatory School have put their construction skills and imaginations to the test by using one million Lego bricks to create a model city.

Richard Peace, assistant Cub Scout leader with the 1st Orwell Sea Scouts has been recognised for his years of service to the organisation and for going above and beyond the call of duty.

Bildeston Primary School is celebrating after it was given a ‘good’ Ofsted inspection. The inspection praised teachers for their work with children in early years who are making ‘good progress’.

The Fonz aka Henry Winkler was in Suffolk to give a talk to youngsters all about his own school days and his book series, which follows dyslexic New York schoolboy Hank Zipzer.

The first art show at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts has raised £3,000. Around 650 people attended the three day event.

Students at Suffolk New College are celebrating successfully completing their apprenticeships and securing full-time work.


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