What appears to be East Anglia's ancient 'crown jewels' have re-emerged some 14 centuries after they disappeared, in one of the most significant archaeological discoveries ever made in Britain.
First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.
Hundreds of people are set to gather as a town falls silent in paying its respects to all those who have lost their lives in battle.
It is a fitting tribute that offers people a poignant opportunity to reflect.
They are packed with gems which tell the amazing story of Suffolk's rich history - but which is the county's top museum?