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26th July 2017

Ipswich News

Nearly New & Table Top Sale

The Lions Club of Ipswich hold another of their fantastic Pre-Loved and Nearly New Table Top Sales on Saturday 29th July, at Ropes Hall, Kesgrave Conference Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave from 10.30am until 1.30pm. There are a few tables left at a cost just £5, so if you have items you wish to sell,

Green showcase at Big Garden Party

Woods and all that thrive in them is the theme of ActivLives Big Garden Party on Saturday 22nd July from 11am to 3pm at the People’s Community Garden on Maidenhall Allotments, Halifax Road, Ipswich IP2 8RE. Children will be able to try their hand at archery and bushcraft, have their face painted as a woodland

Police target drivers using phones – Operation Ringtone

A campaign to target drivers using mobile phones at the wheel got underway this morning including Ipswich’s Norwich Road. The week long campaign focusing efforts to tackle drivers using mobile phones, officers are appealing to the public to help identify offenders. Operation Ringtone, will run 10th July – 16th July, and sees officers patrolling the

Global Rhythm and Indian Mela

The Ipswich summer fun continues next weekend with Global Rhythm and the Indian Mela. Both events are FREE and are held in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park. On Saturday (8th July), Global Rhythm takes centre stage – well, three stages actually – between 1pm and 7pm, with six hours of roots and dance music from around the

Anyone for “FREE” Tennis?

It’s Wimbledon time again and there is no better time than to pick up a racquet in Ipswich! New coach-led sessions are proving popular with people of a wide range of ages and abilities. Women and girls have their own regular classes at Northgate Sports Centre on Tuesday evenings – and Ipswich Borough Council is

It’s all about Alice

Curious? Then jump down the rabbit hole and join in a summer of fun at Pennikkity Pots Ceramics Cafe. Throughout August the cafe will be a Wonderland of creativity with Alice inspired events and products. The studio will be busting with themed ceramics, food, drinks and ideas to reflect this classic storybook. Events and workshops

Come meet Bagpuss and The Clangers

The magical worlds of The Clangers and Bagpuss are explored in a new exhibition at the Ipswich Art Gallery (next to the Museum) and there is the chance to learn how to speak Clanger! The Clangers, Bagpuss & Co. exhibition, which runs until 28th October, comes from the V&A Museum of Childhood and will delight

Dance group on the way to World Championships

In January and February CDC Street Dance’s two competing teams came 4th place and 2nd place at the regional championships and qualified for the UDO Worlds in Glasgow in August 2017. 15 Star Troopers and 10 Backstreet Troopers as they are known are going to embark on a journey to Glasgow in August to represent

Cupcakers unite to turn the heat up on dementia. Ipswich baker, Hannah Yule, made 70 cupcakes for the charity event.

Ipswich bakers rise against dementia

Electricity workers turned up the heat on dementia by raising £285 from a bake sale. Staff at UK Power Networks, in Fore Hamlet, united against dementia with Alzheimer’s Society by backing the charity’s Cupcake Day fundraising campaign yesterday (June 15). Staff rose to the challenge by either baking delicious treats, bringing in ‘cheats’ shop-bought cakes

Additional police officers on patrol

Additional officers will be on patrol in the Portman Road area of Ipswich on Saturday as thousands flock to the ground to see Elton John in concert. Visitors to the event are being advised that extra security measures will be in place and police are advising those attending that there will be bag searches and

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