Around 140,000 concert-goers enjoyed the sunshine and found Ed’s performance – and those of his special guests – simply Perfect.
The concerts brought to a close Ed’s Divide tour, the biggest global tour ever. Quite some feat from a lad who started busking and playing to a handful of people around Suffolk.
But for those of you who want to savour a bit more of the global superstar and his Suffolk roots, get along to Christchurch Mansion for the unique Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition.
Organised by the Borough Council and curated by the singer’s father, John Sheeran, the exhibition features portrait paintings by Colin Davidson, photographs by Mark Surridge and dozens of personal items never seen in public before. It has attracted visitors from across the world – if you have not been yet now is your chance.
The exhibition in the Mansion’s Wolsey Art Gallery is free but you do need to book a date and a time online at www.made-in-suffolk.co.uk