Published23rd September 2022
Colchester and Ipswich Museums’ ‘Joy at the Jobcentre’ takeover have been short-listed for a 2022 Fantastic for Families award.
Published22nd September 2022
Ipswich Borough Council resolved at its Council meeting yesterday (21 September 2022) to work to make the Gangs and County Lines Strategy even more effective in countering knife and other crimes.
Published22nd September 2022
As a Real Living Wage employer, for almost eight years, Ipswich Borough Council is committed to ensuring that no employee receives less than the Living Wage Foundation’s “Real Living Wage” for their work.
Published21st September 2022
Ipswich Borough Council has launched a consultation to seek views into the proposed changes to their Local Council Tax Reduction scheme for working age people on a low income.
Published16th September 2022
A national one minute silence, to pay our respects to Her Majesty the Queen will be observed on Sunday 18 September at 8pm. The Mayor of Ipswich, Cllr John Cook, will be observing the silence on the steps of Ipswich Town Hall and anyone who wishes to is invited to join him for this moment of reflection.
Published14th September 2022
In response to the declaration of Monday 19 September as a bank holiday for the day of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the Council’s sports centres and swimming pools will be closed.
Published13th September 2022
A big screen will be showing the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II on the Cornhill, Ipswich on Monday 19 September
Published13th September 2022
A Civic Remembrance Service for Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is being held at St Mary Le Tower Church, Tower Street, Ipswich, IP1 3BE on Thursday 15 September at 19.30.
Published9th September 2022
All are invited to attend the proclamation of the new monarch, King Charles III, from the steps of Ipswich Town Hall at 1pm on Sunday 11 September
Published9th September 2022
Those wishing to lay floral tributes following the death of Queen Elizabeth II can now leave them in front of the Town Hall.