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Published15th February 2022
Ipswich Borough Council are helping motorists more easily find parking spaces and reducing the unnecessary circulation of vehicles, by installing new digital signage in six places in the town centre.
Published15th February 2022
Children in Ipswich primary schools will improve their physical literacy with a new programme that challenges them to do more activities.
Published15th February 2022
Crown Pools is going greener by installing a pool cover. This new cover is put over the Competition Pool at the end of the day and slows its cooling.
Published9th February 2022
Ipswich Borough Council’s successful bid for government funding has led to six new CCTV cameras that are improving safety on Norwich Road.
Published9th February 2022
Ipswich Borough Council is proposing changes to our Air Quality Action Plan 2019- 2024 to fine-tune what is being done to reduce air pollution in the town.
Published8th February 2022
It may be cold enough to be an Arctic Monkey but it’s time for aspiring musicians to book their place at Ipswich Borough Council’s Ipswich Music Day and have a chance of playing in front of thousands of people.
Published4th February 2022
The Council has cut its Greenhouse Gas emissions by two-thirds by investing in projects that reduce emissions such as covers for swimming pools, replacing existing streetlights and lighting within buildings with more energy-efficient LED lighting, replacement zero emission and ultra-low emission vehicles and installing composting toilets in parks.
Published4th February 2022
Marti Pellow, the former lead singer of Wet Wet Wet, visits the Ipswich Corn Exchange on 12 November 2022 for an evening of talk and interaction with his audience - Pellow Talk.
Published3rd February 2022
Ipswich organisations, including the local Citizens Advice Bureau, Lighthouse Women’s Aid, Suffolk Law Centre and the Ipswich Play Bus are set to receive grant-aid from Ipswich Borough Council to help them deliver their services to the people of the town.
Published2nd February 2022
Whitehouse Park is the first of Ipswich’s parks to get brand new toilet facilities that have disabled access and baby-changing facilities

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