Suffolk will be gracing the screens both big and small once again in 2020 after a busy year. Local democracy reporter Jason Noble spoke to Screen Suffolk to find out what you can expect to see in the year ahead.
There is money available to tackle flooded roads, highways chiefs have said - despite telling one street the drainage issue they reported could not be fixed until at least 2021 because there was no budget for it.
Suffolk rarely produces any dramatic upsets outside of Ipswich in General Elections, but that doesn't mean it won't be interesting to see what the results are as they trickle in during the small hours of Friday, December 13.
Village halls, churches, schools and community centres will be transformed into polling stations once again on December 12 - but one historic windmill will be hosting its first General Election poll for its 200th anniversary.