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BBC Radio Suffolk

Get in touch with all your BBC Radio Suffolk favourites, or our radio news desk.

By telephone:

Main switchboard: 01473 250000

By fax: 01473 210887

On-air - call a show: 01473 212121

Text number: 81333 and start your message with the word "SFK". You will be charged at your standard message rate.

General events listings are no longer published on the website, but you can email them to BBC Radio Suffolk for the on-air what's on listings. Please email

You can also email any news stories you think we should be covering to the news editor at, or ring the main switchboard.

By post:

BBC Suffolk, Broadcasting House, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 3EP

Online news stories

Choose the option below which best suits your requirements:

If you have any comments about our coverage or a story suggestion, picture or piece of video for News Online only, please send an e-mail

However, if your story is for the regional television news programme BBC Look East, please send your e-mail

You can also contact us by post: BBC Online News East, The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1BH.

Alternatively, give us a call on 01603 284431.

We will presume that we may quote what you say, unless you ask us not to.

It would also help if you could include telephone numbers where you can be reached.

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