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Five stories to catch up on during your lunch break

PUBLISHED: 10:16 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:16 24 July 2018

Spend your lunch break catching up on these stories. Picture: WILL ALLEN

Spend your lunch break catching up on these stories. Picture: WILL ALLEN

Will Allen

As you sink your teeth into your sandwich, take a big sip of your coffee and work out how many hours are left of your shift have a read of these stories.

The distinctive red Hawks of the RAF Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows. Picture: GARY STEDMANThe distinctive red Hawks of the RAF Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows. Picture: GARY STEDMAN

Something to wow you

The remarkable Red Arrows flew over parts of Suffolk on Sunday, an RAF Red Arrows sergeant sent in his incredible footage he took while being up in the air with the Red Arrows make sure you watch it here. In the video you can see the Red Arrows fly over Ipswich.

The moon will look red during the eclipse. Picture: DAVID MURTON/DARSHAM ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETYThe moon will look red during the eclipse. Picture: DAVID MURTON/DARSHAM ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY

Something to excite you

On Friday, July 27, people in Suffolk and Essex will be able to see a lunar eclipse, the planet Mars and the international space station. We take a look at what the weather is forecasted to be and where are the best places for you to see the phenomenon.

Yates Ipswich July 21. Picture: LICKLISTYates Ipswich July 21. Picture: LICKLIST

Something to make you search

Our weekly Yates gallery is a reader favourite, take a look for yourself to see if you can recognise anyone in the pictures.

Crown Pools is open for the summer Picture: SAM DAWESCrown Pools is open for the summer Picture: SAM DAWES

Something to make you happy

Popular Ipswich swimming pool Crown Pools has re-opened just in time for the school holidays. The facility has been closed for three weeks, find out why here.

The annual Aldeburgh Carnival. Picture: GREGG BROWNThe annual Aldeburgh Carnival. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Something to save you money

The summer holidays have begun so we have created a handy guide of nine events you can enjoy with your children for under £5. Give it a read and share it with other parents you know.

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