Potholes in Suffolk: The Road Ahead

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BBC Suffolk and Inside Out are looking at the state of the county's roads

BBC Suffolk is taking a look at the state of the county's roads and would like your photos of potholes and ruts.

The BBC has been researching how much money is being spent repairing roads across England following council spending cuts.

Freezing conditions last winter have made potholes a particular problem for many councils across the country.

The BBC project, The Road Ahead, will look at the issue online, on radio and television on Monday, 28 February.

Your photos

You can send us your photos of potholes or ruts via MMS or e-mail for use in our online gallery.

E-mail: suffolk@bbc.co.uk

MMS: Send photos via your mobile phone to 81333 and start your message with the word "SFK". You will be charged at the standard message rate.

Please send us your name and details including when and where the picture was taken.

When sending us pictures, at no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.

Also on Monday, Inside Out will be focussing on the region's roads, with David Whiteley looking at reduced funding for speed cameras.

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