A replica village high street has been built at a Suffolk care home for people suffering with dementia to help bring back some memories
Police have released CCTV pictures of a tragic mother wandering the streets of Lowestoft early on Monday morning, carrying a teddy bear.
The thermometer peaked at 22°C in Suffolk today making it the warmest day since September, but the weather will be changeable going forward.
A pair of 100-year-old biscuits, which were issued to soldiers during the First World War, are to go under the hammer at Lockdales auctioneers in Martlesham, Suffolk.
The snacks have been preserved for nearly a century after being brought home by front line survivor Lieutenant Lionel Bruce Charles, who served with the 5th Battalion of the Queen's Regiment in Gallipoli and the Dardanelles in Turkey.
The bidding for the biscuits which have survived some of the bloodiest battles of the First World War will start at a modest £60.
Each of the biscuits have a label on them saying: "Biscuits used by troops in Sulva Bay" - the peninsula captured by British soldiers at Gallipoli in 1915.
"This 100th anniversary year since the start of The Great War makes all memorabilia from the period collectable," auction manager James Sadler said.
A man from Suffolk has been charged in the US with hacking into computer servers belonging to the Federal Reserve and then stealing and revealing the personal details of people who use them.
Lauri Love was charged with one count each of computer hacking and aggravated identity theft. He faces up to 10 years in prison on the hacking charge and another two years on the identity theft charge.
Love was first arrested in October in the UK and charged by US and British authorities with hacking into and stealing data from a variety of US government computer systems, including those run by the military.
People who evacuated homes prior to flood are advised, as a precaution, not to return home until after high tide this lunchtime. #floodaware
Train services between Lowestoft and Norwich and Ipswich have been suspended for reasons made clear in the photo below:
London Road in Lowestoft, Suffolk appears to be under at least a foot of water:
Beach huts in the small Suffolk town of Southwold appear to have taken a battering in the high wind and seas last night.
Sad looking beach huts this morning. http://t.co/eNJyhEWJ6r
Last night's storm sent a willow tree crashing through the kitchen window of one woman's home in Ixworth, Suffolk.
Nicola Barwick said she had only just moved into the house as a temporary measure after her home was twice flooded.
Around 58 people were rescued from the sea after getting into difficulty during a charity swim off the coast of Southwold in Suffolk, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) said.
Lifeguards helped a further 27 people who were unable to continue swimming against the strong tide.
Simon Callaghan, helmsman at Southwold RNLI, said:
We were out on a regular Sunday exercise when we heard a swimmer calling for help. After that we had one of the busiest times I can remember, rescuing 58 people altogether.
Our volunteer crew, the lifeguards and other rescue teams involved all responded brilliantly and may have averted what could have become a much more serious incident.
The one remaining woman missing after the Southwold sea swim has been accounted for.
A major air sea rescue operation involving four lifeboats, an RAF search and rescue helicopter and coastguards is now being scaled down.