Sunny days, robot wars and the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations - the week in photos
PUBLISHED: 17:27 11 June 2016
This week the sun has shone down on Suffolk, the perfect weather for a Royal celebration.
Week in Photos
Shadow foreign sec Hilary Benn with Emma Reynolds and MEP Richard Hewitt on the Labour In Battle Bus meeting the public in Ipswich town centre.
Children and staff from Birchwood Primary school get the chance to meet the Suffolk Trinity at Suffolk Food Hall. Names to come from John Grant
Workmen Joe Love and Paul Chapman at the former Police station site, Ipswich, take a break in the sunshine.
Police search the home of Peter and Sylvia Stuart in Mill Lane, Weybread. Picture: NICK BUTCHER
St Nicholas Hospice in Bury St Edmunds announce the number of women already signed up for their 'Girls Night Out' event. L-R: Claire Butler, Miranda McCoy, Jenny Basket, Victoria Bowman and Georgina Bissell.
Gorseland Primary School in Martlesham shows off its new outside space. Curtis on the new trampoline.
The balloon release at Pot Kiln Primary School in Great Cornard to celebrate the Queen's birthday.
Sunny weather on Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds. Grace King (4) and Eve King (4)(right) enjoy an ice-cream.
Headteacher, Tina Hosford and pupils at Great Waldingfield Primary School celebrate their Ofsted report.
Norman Lloyd with Ed Sheer-Ham and Tally-Ho outside UCS for Pigs Gone Wild.
Libby takes to the air in hurdle practice watched by Abigail, Emily, Commonwealth Athlete Serita Soloman, George and Aaran get pointers on hurdling from at Eyke Primary School after finding out the school has won the Sports for School competition.
Zara (L to R) Rose and Justine with their robot at the Roboclub competition at Holbrook Primary School.
Boris Johnson gets surrounded by leave protestors during his visit to Ipswich for the leave campaign.
Schools have been honouring the Queen with special red, white and blue days, while others have simply been making the most of the warmer temperatures.
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