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Published25th August 2021
The Deputy Mayor of Ipswich Borough Council, Cllr John Cook, will be attending a reception for the Ipswich Windrush Society at their exhibition in the Sailmakers shopping centre.
Published16th August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has paid out more than £150,000 in Test and Trace Support Payments to Ipswich residents asked to self-isolate since September last year.
Published12th August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council’s Regent Theatre has acquired Visit England’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ status ahead of its jam-packed Autumn season of shows.
Published11th August 2021
Both a landlord and the company of which he is the director have been convicted and ordered to pay more than £17,000 in fines and legal costs following a trial at Ipswich Magistrates Court on 10 August 2021.
Published10th August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has let another unit in its IP-City Centre business and conference venue located in Bath Street, Ipswich.
Published10th August 2021
Last Friday saw around 700 people visit Bourne Park for Ipswich Borough Council’s first Family Fun Day event of the summer – just two days after visitors settled down at Christchurch Park to watch the Pantaloons sold-out performance of Pride and Prejudice.
Published10th August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council is working with organisations across the town to deliver a wide-ranging youth employment programme that is aimed at improving the skills and prospects of young people entering work.
Published4th August 2021
Next week, Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive will consider a recommendation to submit an application to the National Lottery Heritage Fund for funding to improve Ipswich Museum. The same meeting will also decide on Council spending on this proposed project.
Published3rd August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council will decide next week on recommendations to making changes on how it monitors air quality in the town. These reflect changing patterns of air pollution and follow a Council consultation on the proposed changes.
Published3rd August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council is inviting residents to have their say on proposed new park byelaws that will see more of Ipswich’s parks and open spaces protected.

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