Published21st October 2023
Continued caution is needed as major incident stood down. The general advice for all Suffolk residents still applies as recovery work now underway.
Published21st October 2023
Anglian Water is working to restore water to over 3,000 homes in Ipswich. Due to flooding at their treatment works at Whitton households are experiencing either low pressure or a loss of water.
Published20th October 2023
A major incident is still in place in Suffolk following severe flooding caused by Storm Babet. People are still being asked to travel only if absolutely necessary – for example to collect children from school, for medical reasons and to return home.
Published20th October 2023
People in Suffolk are being asked not to travel unless absolutely essential - as the heavy rain caused by Storm Badet has led to a major incident being declared in Suffolk.
Published20th October 2023
Ipswich Borough Council has teamed up with the Ipswich Town Foundation on visits to local primary schools this week to raise awareness of Recycle Week 2023.
Published19th October 2023
With Christmas just over two months away, it’s time to announce the annual Christmas Lights Switch on in Ipswich! Join us on Thursday 23 November from 5 – 7pm on the Cornhill.
Published18th October 2023
The Planning & Development Committee at Ipswich Borough Council met this morning, Wednesday 18 October, to discuss three applications. One application was approved and two applications were refused.
Published16th October 2023
Ipswich Mayor Councillor Lynne Mortimer, on behalf of the people of Ipswich, sends sincere condolences to the people of Arras.
Published13th October 2023
During October half term (23 to 27 October) families can enjoy some fantastic activities at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich Fit sports centres and Crown Pools. An exciting sports centres programme includes Bouncy play with Halloween themed arts and crafts, Junior Jumpers, Family roller skating, racket sports, basketball, indoor kickabout and athletics.
Published11th October 2023
The Mayor of Ipswich, joined by fellow Mayors from across Suffolk and Civic Leaders will process between Ipswich Town Hall and St Mary-le-Tower Church for the annual Civic Service in Ipswich on 15 October.