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A rural Suffolk pub has been serving drinks to two of the music industry’s biggest names.
Ed Sheeran took former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger to The Station Hotel.
The stars visited the Framlingham pub earlier this week and assistant manager, Hannah Peck, was photographed with the celebrity pair.
Ed, who grew up in the market town and went to Thomas Mills High School, often visits the pub when he returns home.
It is the second time that Ed has taken superstar friends to the pub, bringing along pop princess Taylor Swift in December 2013.
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Dozens of people descended on a charity shop in Suffolk today after pop star Ed Sheeran donated eight bags of his clothes.
The Sue Ryder store in the singer's hometown of Framlingham has so far raised around £1,400 from his unwanted wardrobe.
Click below to watch a video report by Jenny Line:
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Residents of a small Suffolk town were shocked this week when two international pop stars popped in for a quiet meal at a local pub.Read the full story ›
A small market town in Suffolk is just about the last place you would expect to see two of the worlds's great music stars out for a quiet meal.
But that's what happened last night - so you can imagine the surprise and delight when Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran were spotted popping into a pub in Framlingham.
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