Go to ...
Ipswich24 Magazine on YouTubeRSS Feed

16th January 2018

News

Burglaries in Ipswich, Melton and Martlesham Heath

Police are appealing for witnesses and urging communities to be vigilant following a number of burglaries in Ipswich, Martlesham Heath and Melton. During the past few days, six burglaries have been reported to police and officers are exploring whether any of the incidents are linked. Details of the incidents are as follows: •Wellesley Road, Ipswich

Warning after woman falls victim to telphone scam

Police are warning members of the public to be vigilant after a vulnerable woman in her 50s was targeted by a telephone scam. On Thursday 28 December the woman from Ipswich received a telephone call from a man claiming he was from Virgin Money. He persuaded her to give him her bank details over the

Guided park walks this Friday

Two wonderful winter walks through Ipswich’s beautiful Holywells Park are taking place this Friday (5th January). The FREE guided walks are being organised by the Ipswich Ramblers and are part of their Festival of Winter Walks. It is the first time the group have chosen Holywells as a venue and the event is supported by

MBE for Diana Porter of FSNB

Diana Porter Founder & CEO of Fresh Start – new beginnings has worked with children and families for over 50 years in a variety of statutory and voluntary settings. Having worked in the field of child sexual abuse she identified a need for there to be a charity which centered solely on the needs of

Christmas Survival Guide

When’s my bin emptied? What’s open and what’s closed? – Details for Ipswich BC and Suffolk Coastal The answers can be found below IPSWICH HEARS and emergencies The Ipswich HEARS and CCTV emergency centre staff are on duty 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, so it is no change for them over Christmas.

Review: The Elves and The Shoemaker

The classic Brothers Grim tale of the Elves and the Shoemaker gets the Red Rose theatre company’s festive treatment this year and the production is proving to be a huge hit. Elvira and her father’s shoe shop is struggling and nobody wants to buy the store’s dowdy footwear. With her fancy designs being overlooked by

Christmas at Landguard Fort


Final preparations are underway for this year’s festive-packed Christmas event at Landguard Fort in Felixstowe, Suffolk on Saturday 16th December, 12pm to 7pm. Aimed at the whole family, and particularly children, the event includes an opportunity to visit Father Christmas in the Fort’s historic tunnels and rooms. Once again, this year, a timed ticket system

Darts player pulls out of events

Darts star Peter Wright has withdrawn from a number of events due to illness and will miss the A Night At The Darts at Ipswich Corn Exchange on Friday 8th December. The promoter for the event, Modus, is expected to announce a replacement for Peter shortly. World champion Michael Van Gerwen, Vincent van der Voort,

Domestic Abuse website launched

A new website has been launched in Suffolk Coastal to support those affected by domestic abuse. The Coastal Action Against Abuse (CAAA) website promotes the group incorporating professionals who work in partnership to raises public and professional awareness and understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on victims, their families and the wider community within

Wacky in Wool for Christmas

St Elizabeth Hospice is urging friends, colleagues and classmates to go wacky in wool this December, as part of their Woolly Pully Week. Following from last year’s success, the local charity is holding this years’ event on the week between Monday 11th and Sunday 17th December, and is appealing for local schools, businesses and groups

Older Posts››