IPSWICH was transformed into a rockabilly retro wonderland when the third annual Kitsch in the Swich hit the city.

A bit of rain didn't stop thousands from flocking to Ipswich City Square to celebrate all things vintage on the weekend.

There was something for all ages with fashion stalls, live entertainment, classic cars, pinup parades, a prom king and queen competition and a pop-up 50s-style beach complete with donkey rides and a Punch and Judy puppet theatre show.



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