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Wear your Suffolk Day t-shirt with pride

PUBLISHED: 16:16 12 June 2018

Suffolk Day tops Picture: KATY SANDALLS

Suffolk Day tops Picture: KATY SANDALLS

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With only a week to go until Suffolk Day organisations across the county are stocking up on merchandise.

Suffolk Day, a day dedicated to celebrating what makes Suffolk great, will take place on June 21.

To mark the occasion a range of exclusive Suffolk Day T-shirts have been produced, meaning everyone can show just how much they love our beautiful county. You could wear the top when you take part in one of the many special events planned for the day. The tops are white and have ‘I love Suffolk’ written across them.

The event, on the longest day of the year, will see festivities taking place all over Suffolk including at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead, Sudbury Market and Shotley Pier.

To take a look at the full range of Suffolk Day t-shirts and other Suffolk themed merchandise, visit suffolkdayshop.co.uk. For more information on Suffolk Day events visit suffolkday.co.uk.

Suffolk Day packs are available from reception at the Archant building in Ipswich, you can find us at Portman House, 120 Princes Street, Ipswich, IP1 1RS. Please note that the tops are only available online.

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