This Sunday the Cornhill played host to the first ever Ipswich farmers' market - hailing a new dawn for the revamped public space.
Gamers had a literal blast from the past in Ipswich town centre when they were transported back to the 1990s.
Today eagle-eyed sale shoppers in Ipswich town centre may have spotted some blue scribbles on the new Cornhill monument.
Ipswich town centre bosses have welcomed news that former Marks & Spencer chairman Lord Stuart Rose has reportedly praised the Cornhill's new look.
It has been a controversial year for the revamped Cornhill but tonight a special gathering celebrated the new monument, otherwise known as 'Cornhenge'.