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From classic cars to choirs- Suffolk’s Tweets of the week

PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:18 24 September 2018

Suffolk Tweets of the week Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Suffolk Tweets of the week Picture: GETTY IMAGES


This week Suffolk Saab owners have been discussing why they love the Swedish vehicles on Twitter while Ipswich Town fans have been paying tribute to the late, great Kevin Beattie.

The first tweet from this week is courtesy of @Official_ITFC paying tribute to club legend Kevin Beattie, who sadly passed away on Sunday September 16. Town, who faced Brentford at home on Tuesday, honoured Beattie with a ceremony before kick off,

The second tweet is a jaw dropping picture of Portman Road, captured by twitter user @paxcyclist. The picture captures the sun setting behind the home of Ipswich town on the night of the Brentford game. @paxcyclist suggested it could be a good omen for Ipswich, who were looking for their first win of the championship campaign, sadly they failed to defeat Brentford. The post has received 228 likes and 36 retweets to date,

This week’s third tweet from @felixcommchoir, features a rendition of the song “rule Brittania”, with the Felixstowe choristers joining together in harmony for the classical anthem.

@ededdeddyyy claims the fourth spot on the list of this week’s tweets, with a majestic picture of the willow emerald damselfly, these can usually be found near ponds, canals or other still water with overhanging trees. The tweet has been liked 136 times to date.

The last tweet of the week comes from @simonshieldcars, a woodland shot of a 40-year-old Saab turbo, The post led to many reminiscing about their own historic Saabs, and was liked 110 times.

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