Published24th May 2023
A new programme for Ipswich businesses wanting to either start a business or expand is now available, supported by Ipswich Borough Council.
Published23rd May 2023
During the May half-term school holiday period (29 May – 2 June) there are plenty of activities to keep children entertained in Ipswich.
Published22nd May 2023
Local businesses and community groups are invited to apply for funding to host music themed events as part of the summer 2023 Ipswich Weekender. £500 per event is available to help organisers to hold music events in Ipswich on 30 June or 1 July as a preview for Ipswich Music Day in Christchurch Park on Sunday 2 July.
Published22nd May 2023
A campaign encouraging people in Suffolk to shake out their plastic bags and not to put them in their recycling bins is underway.
Published18th May 2023
Councillor Lynne Mortimer is the Mayor of Ipswich for 2023-24.
Published18th May 2023
As part of Ipswich Print Week – a local festival of printmaking by Oyster Community Press CIC – Ipswich Borough Council is pleased to support the creation of a new wall-hanging by local art students.
Published18th May 2023
Plans have been submitted for the redevelopment of Arras Square including seating with a mythical creatures theme, chosen by public vote. This means that mythical creatures - inspired by engravings in an old timber beam on Arras Square - will be engraved into the seating.
Published17th May 2023

At this evening’s Annual Meeting (17 May), Ipswich Borough Council elected Councillor Neil MacDonald as its new Leader.

Published12th May 2023
A new family-friendly exhibition opens on 13 May at Christchurch Mansion, with a selection of animal art from Ipswich Museum’s collection exhibited in the Wolsey Art Gallery.
Published11th May 2023
A joint initiative by Colchester + Ipswich Museums Service and the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), providing free activities to families at Jobcentres across Suffolk has won the Partnership of the Year Award at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2023.