Members of Ipswich youth group 4YP appear in BBC One's Call The Midwife
Tonight children and young adults from Ipswich youth group 4YP appeared in popular BBC One show Call The Midwife.
In an episode which focussed on the health of child workers in the 1960's, actors from the group could be spotted waiting to go into a special clinic.
Oscar, one of the eight children, who travelled from Ipswich to film the episode could be spotted waiting for a check up - he is seen wearing a brown jumper in the photographs below.
The children and young people aged between 10 - 21, were encouraged to appear as extras in Call the Midwife by Zephryn Taitte, who plays Cyril Robinson.
Taitte, is a keen supporter of 4YP, and regularly runs workshops at their base in Lower Brook Street in Ipswich.
Earlier this week Gavin Stone, chief executive of 4YP said: "These workshops increase the confidence of young people and has given them a platform to communicate their views through performance.
"In addition, Zephryn epitomises so many of the values we share at 4YP in serving and supporting young people, notably those that otherwise might not have the same opportunities to thrive as others."