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Town celebrates life of soldier

People in a town in Suffolk celebrated the life of a soldier who was killed three years ago.

Members of the Household Cavalry lead the Lavenham carnival procession yesterday in memory of their colleague Lance Corporal Jonathan Woodgate, a soldier from the town who died while serving in Afghanistan.

Controversial sign to be replaced

The Tickled Pink sign has been defaced in the past Credit: ITV Anglia

The owner of a Suffolk tearoom is replacing a sign that has caused years of controversy.

The sign at Tickled Pink in Lavenham shows a teamaid lying on a bench, and has angered some locals for being too risque.

In the past it has been defaced, and its owner Maxine Mansfield says she has had to replace the sign three times. She now says that she is planning to change it for a picture of Marilyn Monroe.

200 enquiries for 'Harry Potter house' in Suffolk

More than 200 people have made enquiries. Credit: ITV Anglia

More than 200 people have enquired about buying a house in Suffolk which featured in one of the Harry Potter films.

The grade one listed De Vere House at Lavenham is on the market for just under £1 million.

It featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows as part of Godric's Hollow.

It is thought King Henry VII once stayed there.

The house featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Credit: ITV Anglia