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Hundreds of people have been paddling down the River Stour in Suffolk this weekend after the Environment Agency spent the summer helping to clear the river of debris.
Up to 300 people took to their canoes, kayaks and any other floating craft make the 25 mile journey from Sudbury in Suffolk to Manningtree in Essex.
It's part of an annual event organised by the River Stour Trust which has been going since 1970.
Officers from the Environment Agency spent this summer to clearing the Stour of debris and help restore infrastructure. Dozens of fallen trees and other blockages have been cleared from the waterway, while several landing points were repaired or refurbished in time for the event.