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23rd May 2019

Ipswich News

Burglary & trespass on the railway line

Officers are continuing to question a man in connection with a burglary, assault and an incident on the railway line, all occurring in north Ipswich. Police were called at 6.30pm last night, Monday 20 May, to reports that a man and a woman were involved in an altercation near to the railway bridge on Henley

Retired Ipswich couple set to drive across India

Retired Ipswich couple Alan and Pat Braithwaite (both 73) plan to drive a Morgan Three-Wheeler 3,500 miles across India in 21 days, to raise £200,000 for Indian aid organisation Goonj. The “Trans-India Challenge” is scheduled to take place in November 2019, starting in Mumbai. “For us, this is the adventure of a lifetime,” says Alan.

Return of the Bubbles

St Elizabeth Hospice’s Bubble Rush event returns to Chantry Park, Ipswich on 8th June. Bubble Rush is a family-friendly event with five bubble stations where participants are covered with safe, frothy foam. You can walk, run or dance your way around the 5km route, and there is lots of additional entertainment available on the day

A Multi-coloured Musical!! – Joseph

Bill Kenwright’s ‘Amazing’, ’Superb’, ‘Wonderful’ and ‘Brilliant’ production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling family musical comes to Ipswich Regent Theatre from 25th until 29th June. Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including Go, Go, Go

Bank Holiday Racing at Foxhall

The first round of the British Youth Championship will follow the conclusion of the Ipswich v King’s Lynn Premiership fixture at Foxhall Stadium on Monday 6th May at 2.15pm. The series, previously known as the Under-15 Championship, is run under the control of Great Britain Under-21 manager Neil Vatcher and is open to any British

Remembering WWII at the Middy

This weekend sees – Middy in the War Years – Two days of living history at the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway – Plus two Battle of Britain Memorial Fight Flypasts at Mid Suffolk Light Railway. The Bank Holiday weekend, 5th and 6th May, will see two days recreating the atmosphere and scenes of World War II

Last chance to see The Kiss

More than a thousand people flocked to Ipswich’s Christchurch Mansion over the weekend to see Rodin’s iconic The Kiss – boosting the total number of visitors to more than 33,400. This has propelled Kiss & Tell: Rodin and Suffolk to become the most successful exhibition ever held in Ipswich, with an average of 5,500 visitors

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