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Published9th September 2022
Those wishing to lay floral tributes following the death of Queen Elizabeth II can now leave them in front of the Town Hall.
Published9th September 2022
Those wishing to pay their respects following the death of Queen Elizabeth II can now sign a book of condolence.
Published8th September 2022
Statement by Mayor of Ipswich, Cllr John Cook on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Published8th September 2022
Ipswich Museum is about to start on its major refurbishment, made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, that will retain the best of the past and deliver the changes needed for a modern museum.
Published7th September 2022
Ipswich Borough Council has transformed 4 College Street near Ipswich Waterfront from a dilapidated eyesore to a bright new business space with character. The newly restored building will be open to the public for the first time as part of the Ipswich Society’s annual Heritage Open weekend on 10 and 11 September 2022 (10am to 4pm).
Published6th September 2022
This new tour, directed by the fab-u-lous Craig Revel Horwood, is set to sweep audiences off their feet once more.
Published5th September 2022
A resident of Priory Heath and one who lives near Alexandra Park were both recently successfully prosecuted by Ipswich Borough Council for littering in the town centre after they were caught, at different times, each throwing away a cigarette butt.
Published2nd September 2022
Ipswich Town Football Club has joined forces with Ipswich Borough Council’s waste and recycling team to promote the importance of recycling with Town fans at Portman Road.
Published1st September 2022
Ipswich Borough Council has submitted a bid for £1,381,860 from the Government’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
Published1st September 2022
This former industrial site could be brought back into use as 26 new council homes if plans to be submitted are approved by the Council.

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