Hundreds of people turned out for the Kedington Easter egg hunt on Saturday, organised by the Haverhill supporters branch of Ipswich Town Football Club.
The annual event draws crowds from all over the area in search of hundreds of Easter eggs hidden on the Great Meadow next to the community centre in Kedington.
Organiser Iain Ross said: “We hid over 600 eggs, which all went. It was a great day out for all.
“As a rule, we normally hold it on a Friday but, as Ipswich had a rearranged game on the Friday, all our helpers were going to Ipswich to see them so, for the first time, we had to change the day,” he added.
The hunt was started by Alan Lee of Ipswich Town, who came along with this wife and daughter.