Published7th August 2023
Young people are being invited to take part in community safety activities this August on the Cornhill in Ipswich. Throughout this month there will be engagement days as part of a community safety drive to support young people.
Published4th August 2023
Ipswich businesses are being invited to take part in the September Ipswich Weekender at the Waterfront. The September Ipswich Weekender on 23 and 24 September promises to be packed with live music, fantastic food and drink, fairground rides and lots of fun activities.
Published3rd August 2023
A new Cornhill Strategy, being created by Ipswich Borough Council, will look to establish the area as the ‘beating heart’ of Ipswich Town Centre.
Published1st August 2023
Ipswich Borough Council will look at extending the Borough wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) for alcohol consumption in designated public places at its next Executive meeting.
Published31st July 2023
Families can take part in new augmented reality (AR) trails this summer holidays in two of Ipswich’s best loved parks.
Published26th July 2023
The Planning & Development Committee at Ipswich Borough Council met this morning, Wednesday 26 July 2023, to discuss three applications. All Committee members were present, two applications were approved and one application was refused.
Published26th July 2023
Families can enjoy a variety of animal themed experiences and activities for families in the school summer holidays at Christchurch Mansion and Ipswich Museum. Animals in the Art Gallery is a free family-friendly exhibition for animal lovers at Christchurch Mansion until April 2024.
Published24th July 2023
Households across Norfolk and Suffolk are being urged to sign up for a mission to do their bit to protect the planet and help get the best out of salad and vegetables.
Published21st July 2023
Community projects linked to local shopping parades across Ipswich are being invited to apply for Towns Fund Shopping Parades funding.
Published21st July 2023
Call points linking directly to police support are now in place in Ipswich town centre as part of a local trial, thanks to Home Office Safer Streets funding. The idea, initiated by Suffolk Police, aims to reassure residents that help is on hand if vulnerable residents or visitors need assistance in an emergency.