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18th December 2018

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Folk on a Boat Series Continues

The winter series of folk concerts aboard the Sailing Barge Victor, on Ipswich Waterfront, continues on Friday 14th December with “Exit 13”. Exit 13 is a renowned electric folk band fronted by evergreen vocalist and guitarist Steve Mann. Steve is also well known in East Anglia as a sound and recording engineer who has produced

Drink/drug driving at Christmas – #NotTheUsualSuspects

“Not all drink-drivers this Christmas will be young men” – that is the message from Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies as both forces prepare to launch their winter campaigns. This is in support of the national drink-drive operation, reminding people that it is not always the ‘the usual suspects’ that drink and drive over the festive

Ipswich Scouts turn postmen

Scouts from the 18th Ipswich Group are celebrating ten years as Christmas postmen in Sailmakers Shopping Centre. In that time they have delivered over 120,000 letters as part of an amazing effort by scouts groups across Ipswich which sees them deliver over 100,000 cards around the town every Christmas. The young delivery boys and girls

New officers and cameras to combat speeding motorists

Suffolk Police has been provided with extra resources to tackle the issue of speeding in the county, in the form of additional enforcement officers and new cameras. Two additional Community Enforcement Officers (CEOs) have been recruited, doubling the number operating across the county to four. The two new officers will use Ford Transit Connect vans

Take care of our ducks in the park!

Visitors to Ipswich’s Christchurch Park have been asked not to feed bread to the ducks. Giving bread to ducks is like giving them junk food, it also pollutes the water, encourages harmful algae and attracts rats, according to Ipswich Borough Council. Large quantities of bread stops ducks from eating a natural, balanced diet. While the

Ipswich food charity needs drivers

FareShare East Anglia needs volunteers to help collect donations for local charities as part of the Tesco Food Collection – Thursday 29 November to Saturday 1st December 2018. Based in Ipswich, FareShare East Anglia redistributes good quality surplus food to over 40 charities, including holiday hunger schemes, homeless hostels, refuges, family centres and hospices. During

Extra police patrols as Christmas shopping starts

Extra police patrols will be taking place in Ipswich as the Christmas shopping season gets underway today, Thursday 22nd November. The aim will be to target anti-social behaviour and theft from retail premises, while providing a reassuring presence for shoppers. Officers would also like to take this opportunity to remind shoppers to be vigilant of

A Christmas Carol

The East of England’s leading family charity, Ormiston Families, is inviting theatre enthusiasts the chance to watch an adapted version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol in a solo performance by world renowned actor and public speaker, John Bromley-Davenport. Taking place on Sunday 9th December, 4.30pm at Seckford Theatre in Woodbridge, John Bromley-Davenport will use

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