If the kids are egg-stremely bored already and need something egg-citing to do this school holiday, Ipswich Borough Council has a cracking idea!
Ipswich’s Holywells Park has a new look for Easter – a £3.5 million “Parks For People” refurbishment has transformed the old Stable Block into a visitor centre and café.
Ipswich parks and cemeteries re-open today.
Parks in Ipswich will remain closed today (31st March) due to hazardous wind conditions.
It is anticipated that parks will reopen tomorrow as normal.
Ipswich residents are advised that there will be normal bin collections on Friday 3rd April.
The exhibition to explain the ambitious aims of the £23 million I-AM project has moved to Christchurch Mansion for two weeks over the Easter school holidays.
Ipswich Borough Councillors Richard Kirby and Jennifer Stimson have resigned from the Council with immediate effect.
The family of Afghanistan war victim Aaron McClure were guests of honour at a launch to mark the start of work at a council house development in Ipswich today.
The popular series of folk music evenings on the historic sailing barge Victor on Ipswich Waterfront continues on Friday 27th March.
One of the world’s leading pianists will be joining the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for its concert at Ipswich’s Regent Theatre on Wednesday 1st April.
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