Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96, prompting a number of events in Suffolk to be cancelled.

The announcement came hours after Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying the Queen's doctors were concerned for her health and that she was being kept under "medical supervision".

Across Suffolk, shows and events are being cancelled or postponed in the wake of her death.

Here is everything that has been cancelled so far:

Ipswich Town vs Cambridge United

At about 11.30am on Friday, it was announced that all games in the Premier League and EFL this weekend have been postponed following the death of the Queen.

This includes Ipswich Town's home match against Cambridge United on Saturday, which was scheduled to kick off at 3pm.

Larking Gowen Ipswich Half Marathon

The Ipswich Half Marathon has been postponed, organisers have confirmed.

It was due to take place at 9.30am on Sunday morning but will be rescheduled to a later date.

Suffolk Libraries events

Suffolk Libraries has confirmed that all library events and activities on Friday and over the coming weekend have been cancelled.

Libraries will remain open for public use, however.

Girls Night Out

St Nicholas Hospice Care's Girls Night Out event, which was due to be held on Saturday in Bury St Edmunds, has been called off.

The event was due to see fundraisers walk either 11.2 or six miles around the west Suffolk town to raise funds for the charity.

Love Felixstowe

The Love Felixstowe event was due to take place on September 17 and 18, but has been cancelled.

According to Visit Felixstowe, the event is expected to go ahead in 2023.

Dickens Readathon

The Dickens Readathon which was scheduled to take place in Woodbridge on Saturday has been postponed until March 2023.

Orwell Park Twilight Proms

Orwell Park Twilight Proms, which was due to be held at Orwell Park School on September 17, has been cancelled due to the event falling within the period of national mourning.

Non-league and grassroots football

All non-league and grassroots football matches have been postponed this weekend and will resume from Monday onward.

Let's Rock Ipswich will be going ahead on Saturday in Trinity Park, organisers have confirmed.

More information to follow - check back for updates