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    Two choices for Ipswich market – but no single voice among traders

    by newsbot in Ipswich Charter MarketOct 10, 2017 with 1 replies and 13 views.

    Two choices for Ipswich market – but no single voice among tradersThe site of Ipswich market while the Cornhill is being redeveloped is set to become clear by the end of next month – with two choices up for discussion.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: I am very unhappy that they have chosen Queen Street as the new permanent location for the market. I am annoyed they are giving a silly alternative about placing the market along the central shopping streets. It is clearly obvious this isn't an...

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    Borough meets market traders to discuss move while Cornhill is rebuilt

    by newsbot in Ipswich Charter MarketSep 7, 2017 with 0 replies and 18 views.

    Officials from Ipswich council have met market traders to hear their views on what should happen to their stalls while the Cornhill his being rebuilt next year.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Market move to Queen St backed by shoppers and Ipswich residents

    by newsbot in Ipswich Charter MarketAug 29, 2017 with 2 replies and 25 views.

    Proposals to move Ipswich market to the Princes Street/Queen Street area have received clear backing from most people as the debate starts on where its new temporary home should be.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: This is the earlier article which never appeared on here: Where next for Ipswich market as Cornhill plans start to fall into place?

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    Where next for Ipswich market as Cornhill plans start to fall into place?

    by newsbot in Ipswich Charter MarketAug 28, 2017 with 0 replies and 23 views.

    With work on Ipswich market due to start in January next year, the fate of the town’s market while the work is being carried out is due to be decided next month.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Ipswich Market trader rents stolen by council employee

    by newsbot in Ipswich Charter MarketMay 10, 2017 with 1 replies and 24 views.

    Ipswich market manager admits stealing £33,000 in rent for pitches on CornhillKevin Walker, of Quantrill Terrace, Kesgrave, pleaded guilty to theft by employee from Ipswich Borough Council when he appeared before the town’s magistrates.The total amount of cash stolen by the 52-year-old between March 30, 2015, and February 19, 2016, was £33,376.59.Ian Persaud, representing Walker - who broke down in tears during the hearing - said: “The...

    Latest reply: This shows David Ellesmere's Ipswich Borough Council's incompetence of the Ipswich Market.How could this money really go missing for such a period without being discovered? I am just wondering whether or not the council took legal action over...

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