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You’ve all been very busy with phone or camera in hand this week in Suffolk - here are some of our favourite pictures taken by you

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Not many people know it but a lot of your favourite films have been made in Suffolk. From blockbusters to independent, here are 21 films made in Suffolk.

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Interest in craft beers is at an all-time high and the choice on offer is daunting. We went to the Arcade Tavern, winner of Best Pub in the EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards, for some inside knowledge

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Thirty years ago this month Suffolk was badly battered as hurricane force winds wreaked havoc across the UK – and forecasters famously got it wrong. Veteran East Anglian metorologist Jim Bacon recalls the event and tells Mike Trippitt how forecasting has come a long way since then

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Lucy Etherington discovers the company dedicated to giving young people a chance to explore their talents and enjoy making opera together

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Fiona Melrose’s acclaimed debut novel spans the globe from Suffolk to SouthAfrica. Catherine Larner talked to her about the inspiration for her blossoming second career as a writer

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When her world fell apart, Kit Bradley found a happier life looking after sheep. Matt Gaw met her at Nowton Park, near Bury St Edmunds. Photography: Jennifer Leavy

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Cheesemaker Julie Cheyney has been winning awards for her truly artisanal products for more than a decade. Now her Suffolk-made St Jude is a contender in The Great British Cheese Awards. Tessa Allingham went to see how she does it.

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Five decades of his family’s links to food and farming are being celebrated by local butcher-grazier Jeremy Thickitt reports Glyn Williams

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With series 8 of the Great British Bake Off now getting underway, there’s no better time to find inspiration and get into baking. This is where Stowmarket’s Clandestine Cake Club comes in: we speak to club organiser Lavinia Heeroma to find out more.

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A discovery in her mother’s attic brought startling revelations to author Rosheen Finnigan of young love cut short by war – as well as a long forgotten connection to Suffolk. Catherine Larner hears her extraordinary story

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Tessa Allingham goes down to the wild woods near Haverhill to see the people – and pigs – behind the New England Boar Company

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The market town keeps its status as the nation’s largest silk producer rather quiet. But that’s about to change. Liz Trenow, whose family has a 300-year history in silk, reports

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Julian Claxton drops into a busy north Suffolk airfield to meet the crew and volunteers who keep it flying. Words and images by Julian

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First World War German U-boats did their worst to naval boats and fishing fleets off the Suffolk coast, until skippers like Thomas Crisp started fighting back. Sarah Doig recounts his heroic story

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