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Published16th March 2023
800 people attended the first of two Ipswich Jobs and Careers Fairs this year at Ipswich Town Hall and Corn Exchange on 15 March to find out about hundreds of jobs on offer from 50 local employers.
Published15th March 2023
The first Ipswich Weekender of 2023 (10-12 March) saw visitors flock to Ipswich town centre with a 27% increase in footfall compared to last weekend – when Ipswich Town were playing at home.
Published13th March 2023
Celebrity chef James Martin entertains audiences with live demonstrations and cooking tasks for his 2023 James Martin Live tour, which appears at Ipswich Regent Theatre on Saturday 21 October.
Published10th March 2023
Ipswich Town Centre saw a boost in visitors over February half-term week thanks to a prehistoric themed event organised by Ipswich Central and Ipswich Borough Council. The free to enjoy two-day event run by Odin Events saw animatronic dinosaurs take over the Cornhill on 14 and 15 February.
Published9th March 2023
Spotify podcast JaackMaate’s Happy Hour will perform their ‘The Round Sheep Tour’ live in Ipswich on 6 May 2023. Presented by the trio JaackMaate, Stevie White and Robbie Knox, Happy Hour is one of the most popular British podcasts on Spotify, regularly topping the most listened to charts.
Published8th March 2023
The Planning & Development Committee at Ipswich Borough Council met this morning, Wednesday 8 March 2023, to discuss five applications. All committee members were present, four applications were approved and one was refused.
Published7th March 2023
Tickets remain on sale for Ipswich Mayor John Cook’s Charity Ball to be held in the Grand Hall at Ipswich Corn Exchange this month, on the evening of Saturday 18 March 2023. The Mayor’s Charity Ball is an annual black-tie event that brings together the Ipswich community to support a local charity.
Published7th March 2023
Ipswich Borough Council has started works to revitalise the empty Burtons building on Ipswich Waterfront, into a new leisure facility for the town. Built 100 years ago, this building was originally a key part of the Port of Ipswich as the confectionary firm’s warehouse.
Published6th March 2023
A team of experts have moved to Ipswich from Felixstowe for a larger warehouse area to stock thousands of specialist products to support people with dyslexia and other special educational needs (SEN). Ipswich Borough Council agreed the tenancy, at the former Securicor building in Raeburn Road South.
Published3rd March 2023
Ipswich Borough Council will extend its support for young people this year to support the transition through education, employment, and training thanks to successful outcomes.

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