Ipswich Market

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    • Profile photo of News Robot Ipswich Market trader rents stolen by council employee by News Robot.

      Ipswich market manager admits stealing £33,000 in rent for pitches on Cornhill Kevin 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 – s…

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Market Act 2004 by Ipswi.

      Ipswich Market Act 2004 An Act to enable the holding of markets on the highway in Ipswich; to make new provision for the regulation of those markets; and for connected purposes. WHEREAS— (1) Ipswich Borough Council (“the Council”) was established under the Local Government Act 1972 (c. 70) as a district council for the town of Ipswich (“the town”): (2) The Council is empowered to hold and regulate a market in the town by virtue of Roy…

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    • Profile photo of Dan Ipswich Country Market by Dan.

      Ipswich Country Market – it claims to be 30 years old. I have to admit, I have never heard of it and have spoken to many people over the last decade saying “wouldn’t it be a good idea?!” The Ipswich Country Market takes place on Thursdays, from 10.15am to 11.15am, at Rushmere Village Hall in Humber Doucy Lane, on the edge of Ipswich. They have enlisted the help of University of Suffolk students to help market the country …

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    • Profile photo of News Robot Travel Ipswich Queen St work completion delayed but will reopen to public by News Robot.

      Queen St in Ipswich to reopen for pedestrians – but completion delayed Work to pedestrianise Queen Street in the heart of Ipswich and create a new alternative venue for Ipswich market is over-running and has not been completed in time for Easter as planned. The barriers are being amended to allow pedestrians to use the newly-paved street but it will not be open for deliveries or market stalls until the final work is completed later in the spri…

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