Suffolk dialect is an English dialect. Like many English dialects it is rapidly disappearing, with the advent of increasing social and geographical mobility and the influence of the media. Despite this, there are still many people who profess some knowledge of Suffolk dialect, and there is an increasing number of young speakers who have a distinctive Suffolk accent, if not dialect.
Suffolk dialect has many characteristics, some of which are similar to its northern neighbour's, Norfolk dialect. Yet it retains many specific and unique terms and phrases which are instantly recognisable. A closely related accent can still be heard in the speech of older people in Colchester and its surrounding towns in northern Essex, where it has not yet quite been displaced by Estuary and Cockney. (from Wikipedia)