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Published9th November 2021
The annual Ipswich Remembrance service organised by the Royal British Legion and Ipswich Borough Council will take place at the Cenotaph in Christchurch Park on Sunday 14 November 2021.
Published8th November 2021
With 47 days to go until Christmas Day, Ipswich Borough Council is making sure the town gets its glad-rags on for the festive season.
Published5th November 2021
Ipswich Museum has won the British Museum’s Marsh Award for the East of England for work by its volunteers on its ‘Museum From Home’ activity pack that was distributed during lockdown.
Published3rd November 2021
Success by Ipswich Borough Council in winning funding from the Forestry Commission’s Urban Tree Challenge Fund means that we will be planting 70 trees in town, all 3-4 metres in height, and doing so before April 2022.
Published2nd November 2021
Meet Adam Amp, Dame Kelly Ohms, Dr WATTson and Buzz Lightgear - the new names for Ipswich Borough Council’s electric cars!
Published28th October 2021
Ipswich Borough Council, Suffolk Constabulary, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk and Suffolk County Council have restated their commitment to the closest possible working with the aim of removing street prostitution completely from Ipswich as well acting strongly together to deter acts of violence against women in the town.
Published26th October 2021
A new CCTV camera has been installed in the Maple Park area to help improve safety following Ipswich Borough Council’s successful bid for government funding.
Published25th October 2021
Between 22nd October to 26th November 2021 canvassers employed by IBC are door knocking in the Borough.
Published21st October 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has teamed up with High Street Safari to run a free augmented reality (AR) trail in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park – just in time for half term.
Published20th October 2021
Works are set to begin to fit-out the Old Post Office building on Ipswich’s Cornhill to make way for The Botanist restaurant.

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