The week in photos - rescued baby deer, explosive science experiments and failed EU campaigns
PUBLISHED: 11:00 26 June 2016
This week our headlines were dominated by the EU referendum, with campaigners from the Remain camp hitting the streets of Bury St Edmunds before the vote on Thursday.
Week in Photos
First day of summer by the seaside in Felixstowe
Sponsors outside the Old Customs House on Ipswich Waterfront at the Pigs Gone Wild pre-launch.
Suffolk MPs holding campaign rally in Bury to support EU remain vote ahead of Thursday's referendum. Suffolk voted Leave.
Voters at Whiting Street EU polling station, Bury St Edmunds.
More than 400 primary school pupils from six schools take part in STEM fayre in Eye. Pupils from St Edmunds Primary School.
600 primary school children are attending a science fair at Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard. Pictured with flame is Head of Chemistry Andy Cameron.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss, Chancellor George Osborne, and MP Therese Coffey toast to the Remain campaign after pulling pints at The Crown Restaurant in Southwold.
The Wildlives Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre in Thorrington, is taking care of a baby deer whose mother was found dead next to her on Saturday having been shot. They have named her Giselle. Leah Beales with Giselle at the centre,
Schools in Ipswich have joined forces for the World Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET) programme.Primary schools got together at Dance East
Their fight was in vain and Suffolk, like Essex, voted to leave, a decision that helped the Leave group secure a 3.8pc majority nationally to defeat the Remain camp.
In other news, we saw some flaming good fun at schools as they marked STEM week, which encourages pupils to explore careers in the science, technology, engineering and maths.
And volunteers from Wild Lives rescued a baby deer in Essex.
There was rain this week, lots of it. And our photographers braved the shower to capture the torrential downpours and the flooding that came as a result.
See our gallery for the best photos from the week.
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