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Published10th March 2022
CHICAGO - the long-running West End and Broadway musical - will be playing at the Ipswich Regent Theatre from Monday 21 March to Saturday 26 March 2022.
Published9th March 2022
Six young people in Ipswich aged between 12-16 have now qualified as Level 1 Sports Leaders at a course run at Eastern Angles on Gateacre Road, Ipswich by the Council.
Published9th March 2022
A successful Jumpers 4 Goalposts event was recently held in the Multi-Use Games Area in Maple Park, Ipswich and which was attended by over thirty young people aged between seven to fourteen.
Published8th March 2022
Ipswich Borough Council are looking forward to the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the reign of the monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Ipswich will be able to celebrate at three Council organised events and residents will also be helped to organise their own Jubilee parties.
Published8th March 2022
A vigil will be held in Ipswich on Wednesday 9 March in support of the people of Ukraine. Everyone is welcome to attend the gathering on the Cornhill in Ipswich at 5:30 pm tomorrow.
Published7th March 2022
Ipswich Town Hall will be lit in the colours of the suffragettes – purple, white and green – tomorrow, 8 March, for International Women's Day.
Published7th March 2022
Customers booking tickets for upcoming performances at the Ipswich Regent Theatre and Corn Exchange can now donate to the British Red Cross Ukraine Appeal to help provide urgent supplies and aid to those affected by the conflict in Ukraine. There has been over £1000 in donations in the first two days since we started this service.
Published3rd March 2022
Ipswich Borough Council is taking steps to protect a valuable green lung in Ipswich with its proposed purchase of the woodland in Mitre Way.
Published3rd March 2022
A free music festival featuring blues, jazz, world and Caribbean music will be held in Christchurch Park, Ipswich on Saturday 2 July 2022.
Published3rd March 2022
Every council is required by the Government to have an up-to-date Local Plan. Local Plans set out our general planning policies – which must be in line with government policies – and our ambitions for possible development sites. Without an approved – and up-to-date - Local Plan, it is hard to prevent developers building what they want and where they want.

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