Published5th April 2023
Ipswich Borough Council has agreed for husband-and-wife team, Jon Shapcott and Sarah Quinton, to run the Kiosk and Stable Block Café in Holywells Park.
Published31st March 2023
A joint operation between Suffolk Constabulary and Ipswich Borough Council has resulted in an Outright Possession Order being applied to an Ipswich Borough Council property.
Published31st March 2023
The Colchester + Ipswich Museums service is delighted to launch a new digital guide for Christchurch Mansion to enhance the experience of visitors as they tour the historic building.
Published30th March 2023
An Ipswich man has been ordered to pay more than £1,800 for illegally dumping waste on private land.
Published29th March 2023
During the Easter school holiday period (3 – 14 April) there are fantastic activities for children to enjoy at Ipswich Fit sports facilities and Christchurch Mansion.
Published28th March 2023
Community care service provider Vital Healthcare Services will operate their business from 4 College Street, having signed a tenancy agreement with Ipswich Borough Council.
Published27th March 2023
Ipswich has achieved Tree City of the World (TCotW) status for a second year, recognising Ipswich Borough Council’s dedication to growing and maintaining an urban forest in the area.
Published24th March 2023
2,000 plants creating 400 metres of hedge has been planted in Chantry Park thanks to funding from the Tree Council’s Branching Out Fund. The new section of hedge includes Hawthorn, Common Beech, Hornbeam, Field Maple, Wild Cherry, Hazel, Dog Rose, Elder, Crab Apple and Holly.
Published21st March 2023
To boost celebrations for the Coronation of King Charles III and Camilla Queen Consort, Ipswich Borough Council is offering funding for community events in Ipswich from the 6 to 8 May 2023. ‘Big Lunch’ events are being encouraged across the UK in celebration of the King’s Coronation, with community event planners in Ipswich invited to apply for support.
Published20th March 2023
The Friends of the Ipswich Museums charity has been thanked by Colchester + Ipswich Museums Service for securing £275,000 for the £8.7 million Ipswich Museum refurbishment.