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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Weather by Ipswi.

      ipswichweather.co.uk Useful 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

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    • Profile photo of Dan Seven Wonders of Ipswich by Dan.

      Seven Wonders of IpswichGreat 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.

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Dan Ipswich Underground by Dan.

      Ipswich Underground Railway Little 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 spoof……

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Dan Ipswich Star satire parody website by Dan.

      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 sources 2. Deliberately short article “stubs” mirroring many Ipswi…

    • Last reply: 1 month, 1 week ago
      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Christchurch Park Ipswich by Ipswi.

      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.

    • Last reply: 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Christchurch Mansion by Ipswi.

      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

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      by: Ipswi
      1 replies by 1 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Orwell Bridge Website by Ipswi.

      Orwell Bridge Ipswich Ltd is pleased to announce OrwellBridge.com This 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.

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Vision Waterfront Quarter by Ipswi.

      Waterfront Quarter The 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…

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Vision Riverside Quarter by Ipswi.

      Riverside Quarter This 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.

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Vision Westgate Quarter by Ipswi.

      Westgate Quarter Westgate 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.

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Vision Saints Quarter by Ipswi.

      Saints Quarter Clearing and landscaping of sites within the central area of the gyratory system will assist. Sympathetic architecture of new buildings in the central area within the gyratory system will enable lines of site to be maintained and new vistas to be opened up. A proposed Wet Dock Crossing will allow further re-modelling of the gyratory so as to link the Waterfront and Saints Quarters better by foot. New development on the existing Ar…

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