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by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Sep 6, 2017 with 0 replies and 27 views.
We have now launched a Q&A site themed to Ipswich...531 Ipswich Q&AQuestion & Answer sites are decreasing in popularity, however, we considered doing this for Ipswich to make it easier to find answers to Ipswich related topics... so in 2018, whether you are a tourist or resident wanting directions, trivia facts, store opening hours, bus timetables or curious about the towns most notable people... the site should contain the information!...
by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Aug 20, 2017 with 0 replies and 49 views.
Angie Scott makes some truly bespoke cakes for weddings, novelty and corporate events....WodByMzST5A366 365 367 368 369 370 371Had to showcase this, I particularly like the working/functional designs. A new dimension to just bespoke designed cakes. Novelty Cakes, Wedding Cakes, Corporate & Video Projection Cakes
by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Jul 30, 2017 with 0 replies and 62 views.
The Ipswich ProposalThis site aims to document all major proposals that were not realised as well as those that are being planned.Ipswich has seen much urban expansion over the last decade, especially in the Waterfront area, however, many of the ambitious proposals either get dropped or downgraded to a small scale development. Though ambition seems to have dwindled since the 2008 crash, the dire incompetence shown by local authorities is...
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Apr 17, 2017 with 4 replies and 45 views.
ipswichweather.co.ukUseful website for local weather with Ipswich weather station.Featuring:- Temperature Gauge Wind Chill Gauge Humidity Pressure Wind Speed (and Gust) Wind Bearing Rain Fall Rain Rate Wind Direction Moon phase
Latest reply: There are already plans for ~6000 new homes in the area with more proposed developments to follow. That is a lot more cars on the same roads.Heath Road... extension to the original Ipswich Bypass as Ipswich eastern bypass around 1930s I...
by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Apr 11, 2017 with 8 replies and 52 views.
Seven Wonders of Ipswich Great Pyramids of Crown House Charter Hangings Statue of Sir Alf Towers of Cumberland Mammoth on High Street Colossal Stone by the Road Electric HouseParody site by Ed Broom.
Latest reply: haha, you are not the only one! I see Stevie Wonder here too! I am tempted to taste test between one of their doughnuts and a supermarket "bakery" bought one.
by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Apr 11, 2017 with 2 replies and 54 views.
Ipswich Underground RailwayLittle survives today of the former Ipswich Underground Railway, but once its tunnels and platforms thronged with Ipswich people travelling beneath the streets of their proud town. Today, the tunnels are filled in and the stations have found other uses, but still the memories remain. This site is an attempt to record as much evidence as possible of those days, before they disappear for ever.(Yes, it is a...
Latest reply: Much of this is well thought of... and somewhat believable to an extent. Hit and miss. Photo-wise at least.A simple Cornhill to Ipswich Train Station underground would be appreciated lol although it would really need to mirror the Ipswich to...
by dan5 in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 16, 2017 with 3 replies and 62 views.
Geater Ipswich.Enjoy the way articles are written (if that is indeed possible) – take everything as a pinch of salt.This website is a parody satire of Ipswich’s local rag Ipswich Star and most famous and much loved reporter, Mr Ipswich.Following the theme of Ipswich Star news articles will exist of:-1. Articles of “Weasel Words” deliberately lack of attribution of sources2. Deliberately short article “stubs” mirroring many Ipswich Star...
Latest reply: Brilliant! I almost fell off my chair reading that.
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 11, 2017 with 0 replies and 42 views.
We are proud to announce Christchurch Park website (christchurchpark.co.uk) highlighting everything good with Ipswich's central park.We will roll out similar websites for Ipswich's other large or significant parks.
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 11, 2017 with 0 replies and 45 views.
We are proud to announce the first of our tourism related websites dedicated to one of the finest museums in the region...Christchurch Mansion & Art Galleries
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 7, 2017 with 0 replies and 40 views.
Orwell BridgeIpswich Ltd is pleased to announce OrwellBridge.comThis website currently provides information such as history of the bridge and information on the Average Speed Cameras installed on there.The website will develop into providing much more in depth information including any possible closures to the bridge.
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 6, 2017 with 0 replies and 46 views.
Waterfront QuarterThe new campaign for a Wet Dock Crossing was launched in 2014 with support from the landowner - Associated British Ports, from existing tenants on the Island Site, and from University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich Central, Suffolk County Council, Ipswich Borough Council and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. The government has provided funding for the feasibility and design stages of the project and the Chancellor of the...
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 6, 2017 with 0 replies and 41 views.
Riverside QuarterThis important routeway can provide new residential accommodation in a waterside setting. New walkways along the river can be developed here. The site on Grafton Way originally planned as a Tesco store should be prioritised for residential and leisure development.
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 6, 2017 with 0 replies and 43 views.
Innovation QuarterAn exciting learning and creative area surrounding University Campus Suffolk and Suffolk New College.
by Ipswi in Ipswich Promotion — Mar 6, 2017 with 0 replies and 39 views.
Westgate QuarterWestgate Street (beyond its junction with Museum Street) should adapt to a more mixed-use, less retail-focused area. Within the new Westgate Quarter - with the New Wolsey Theatre at its heart - the focus should be upon interests serving the needs of the new residential occupiers and existing cultural experiences.
Eastgate QuarterThe Eastgate Quarter including Carr Street (in its entirety) should be re-energised by bringing together 'city-style' living and entertainment, leisure and food and drink.