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News

Published1st March 2019
Unscene Suffolk and Ipswich Museum are delivering a series of FREE creative workshops for visually impaired people based around the Christchurch Mansion exhibition “Kiss & Tell”.
Published28th February 2019
The temporary car park next to Stoke Bridge in Ipswich is to close for two weeks to allow public space improvements to continue.
Published28th February 2019
Ipswich Borough Council services will cost an extra 16p per week for most households under budget plans approved by a meeting of full Council on Wednesday.
Published27th February 2019
Suffolk Police is aiming to increase community awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking with a poster campaign with the message ‘The signs aren’t always clear - Is modern slavery happening on your street?’
Published26th February 2019
An Ipswich cake-baking competition planned for this weekend has been cancelled.
Published26th February 2019
James Smith, aged four, and his sister, Amelia, came along to Ipswich Museum with some friends to help spring-clean the mammoth, Wool-I-Am.
Published26th February 2019
Fore Street Pool (or Baths as some of our customers like to say) is celebrating its 125th birthday next month and you are all invited to a weekend party!
Published26th February 2019
Can you walk six or even 10 miles for charity? Do you need a new fitness target? Is there someone you’d like to walk in memory of?
Published22nd February 2019
A direct rail link between Ipswich, Norwich and Oxford would unlock £17.5bn for the East Anglian economy, according to a new report published by the East West Rail Consortium.
Published22nd February 2019
As part of Ipswich’s Kiss & Tell exhibition and events programme, a Rodin Study Day is taking place at the University of Suffolk on Saturday 2nd March.

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