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Published10th October 2018
Mental health matters! That is why Ipswich Borough Council is joining organisations up and down the country and signing up to the Time to Change employer pledge.
Published9th October 2018
Musical megastar Ed Sheeran has announced a FOURTH date to play Ipswich’s Chantry Park.
Published2nd October 2018
The Mayor of Ipswich, Jane Riley, today thanked all the musicians who played for free while raising more than £1,000 at a charity folk concert.
Published21st September 2018
Twelve volunteers joined event organiser Charles Croydon and Ipswich Borough Council Wildlife and Education Rangers Sam Chamberlin and Mathew Garnham to conduct a beach clean along the foreshore of Orwell Country Park.
Published14th September 2018
Ipswich Museums have announced their exciting programme for October to March with something for everyone to enjoy. And remember: entry to Ipswich Museum, Ipswich Art Gallery and Christchurch Mansion is FREE.
Published13th September 2018
A new temporary long-stay car park has opened on the site of a former pub in Ipswich’s Princes Street.
Published4th September 2018
Demolition work has been completed at a derelict site in Cauldwell Hall Road which has been earmarked for 17 council homes for rent.
Published4th September 2018
Former Atomic Kitten star Natasha Hamilton will be in good company this Christmas: Ipswich’s Regent Theatre has today announced some of her co-stars for its magical Snow White panto.
Published4th September 2018
Three Ipswich youngsters cleaned up in a competition to promote a new ‘Love Your Street’ campaign.
Published30th August 2018
Natasha Hamilton, who shot to fame as one third of Atomic Kitten, is to star as the Wicked Queen in the Ipswich Regent Theatre’s pantomime, Snow White, this Christmas.

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