Residents and visitors can access more than 500 hectares of green space and wildlife habitats across the town.
Find out about the 16 allotment sites across Ipswich and how to rent a plot.
Borough Landscapes provide the following diverse range of services to various clients and would welcome the opportunity to tender for any land based work.
Ipswich Borough Council has received a grant of £2.8 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Big Lottery Fund (BIG) for the Holywells "Parks For People" restoration project.
An opportunity to comment on the Council’s Draft Equipped Play Strategy and help shape the future provision of equipped play areas for children and young people across public parks and open spaces.
Christchurch Park was the first public park in Ipswich, opening in 1895.
Holywells Park is a beautiful park situated just north of the emerging Waterfront area, between Nacton Road and Cliff Lane. It has 67 acres of rolling grounds, ponds and woodland.
Please take the time to complete our questionnaire, which will help us to establish who uses the park, why people use the park, what you would like to see change or happen in the park and your views and ideas for the children's play area.
Ipswich has more than 87 play areas which are managed by the Borough Council.
The Rangers run a wide range of events including guided walks, craft activities and river cruises.
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