• You Are Here! The Making of Ipswich

    Exhibition about Ipswich and you! An exciting new exhibition, You Are Here! The Making of Ipswich, opens on Saturday (6th January) at the Ipswich Art Gallery in High Street. This is all about you and your community – where your own piece of Ipswich fits into the story of our historic town. You Are Here also explains where Ipswich’s treasures came from – all those wonderful exhibits in the Museum and Christchurch Mansion. Find out about what has made... Click to expand... You Are Here! The Making of Ipswich
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  • Ipswich Christmas Market 2017 Review

    How not to run a Christmas Market featuring Ipswich Borough Council! Where do I start? The Ipswich Christmas Market 2017 was hosted on Queen Street and part of Princes Street. Queen Street has been remodelled by Suffolk Highways (Suffolk County Council) with electric utilities for the 700-year old Ipswich Charter Market (Ipswich Market) to be relocated there next year - in a months time! First Impressions Entering from Queen Street... you... Ipswich Christmas Market 2017 Review
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  • Ipswich Festive Market 2017

    Last year was painful... we were promised bigger and better than the previous year. Ipswich Borough Council is now desperately seeking traders for this years Christmas Market. Review of last years Ipswich Festive Market 2016. Earlier this year, I wrote to David Ellesmere at Ipswich Borough Council to suggest he allowed a consortium of businesses and the community to... Click to expand... Ipswich Festive Market 2017
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  • Ipswich Through The Looking Glass

    I haven't heard anything about Volunteering Matters' "Take Over Ipswich Museums" event scheduled tonight at Christchurch Mansion @ 7pm to 9pm. I assume the Ipswich Through The Looking Glass event is still going on. Been very silent. Nothing from Ipswich Star (I assume there will be later today). Volunteering Matters would like to invite you to “Ipswich Through The Looking Glass” An interactive takeover of Christchurch Mansion Ipswich. The evening will be showcasing and... Click to expand... Ipswich Through The Looking Glass
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  • Ipswich Heritage Open Days 2017

    2017 HERITAGE OPEN DAYS - Ipswich Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September. Click to expand... The Ipswich Society is again organising the Heritage Open Days in Ipswich this year when 34 venues will be open to the public over the weekend. New venues include backstage tours of the New Wolsey Theatre (Saturday only), parts of the Suffolk Record Office on Gatacre Road not usually open to the public will be on view and Crown Pools. The Willis Towers Watson building will again be open... Click to expand... Ipswich Heritage Open Days 2017
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  • The Upper Orwell Crossings Autumn Talk

    Suzanne Buck, Project Manager of the Upper Orwell Crossings at Suffolk County Council will be conducting an autumn talk in November for the Ipswich Maritime Trust. Wednesday 1st November at 7.30pm ‘The Upper Orwell Crossings’ by Suzanne Buck (Suffolk County Council) A £100m scheme to transform the Wet Dock area but with some consequences. Suzanne Buck is the SCC project Manager and will be giving an insight to the largest infrastructure project in Ipswich. Click to expand...
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  • Ipswich Maritime Festival 2017

    It is soon approaching the Ipswich Maritime Festival at Ipswich Waterfront. The Ipswich Maritime Festival returns to the Waterfront this August to bring two days filled with music, historical re-enactments, a variety of vessels, street food, fairground rides, punch and judy, a range of stalls and children’s activities. If that’s not enough we also have a fully programmed stage of live music performances, a bar area, fire performers and a firework finale on the Sunday night! The... Click to expand... Ipswich Maritime Festival 2017
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  • Ipswich Day 2018

    Ipswich Ltd will be organising Ipswich Day 2018 on 25 May 2018 - the day in 1200 when Ipswich got its Royal Charter. This post will be updated with developments.
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  • Suffolk Day 2017

    Today is <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Suffolk Day</strong></a>. <blockquote>Suffolk Day is the invention of BBC Suffolk to recognise the county, known for its “chocolate-box” villages, 50 miles (80km) of coastline and horseracing at Newmarket, among many other things. It’s based on a successful model in Yorkshire and the plan is for it to be marked annually. The day is being backed by the county council and the East Anglian... Suffolk Day 2017
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  • Important: Readme (Events)

    Welcome to the <strong>Events </strong>forum of ipswi is the Greater Ipswich alternative for Streetlife which will be no more. ipswi is run by local company Ipswich Ltd. ipswi is suitable for those living in Suffolk with a focus on Greater Ipswich (Ipswich, Stowmarket, Kesgrave, Martlesham, Felixstowe). The site allows general discussion on topics, more localised areas and showcase area where you can promote your talents. As a new site there will be some teething problems... Important: Readme (Events)
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