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22nd March 2018


Police work continues to get Suffolk moving

Suffolk police have today continued working in a multi-agency hub at police headquarters as the subzero temperatures continue. Representatives from a number of agencies, such as Suffolk Highways, the 4×4 approved volunteer vehicle network and the local authority are at Martlesham Heath co-ordinating resources so they are mobilised in the most effective manner providing support

Warning not to travel by Road or Rail

Suffolk Police have urged people NOT to travelling this evening (Thursday) as the big freeze continues. During the day police have been working in a multi-agency hub at police headquarters at Martlesham Heath to ensure a co-ordinated approach to using resources effectively and where they are most needed. Motorists are reminded to be wary on

Rail company urges passengers to think before travel

Think before travelling tonight or Friday Greater Anglia is warning people not to travel tonight and tomorrow (Friday) unless absolutely necessary as extreme weather conditions are leading to delays and cancellations. The company is planning to run a revised timetable tomorrow, with fewer trains than on a normal Friday. Passengers are advised to check before

Thursday: Snow latest

Don’t forget to follow and interact with us on Social Media Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Ipswich24/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/Ipswich24mag Thurs 12 noon: Ipswich Borough Council has suspended bin collections after a gruelling five hours out on the road. All refuse crews left the depot early this morning and collected hundreds of bins but a spokesman for the

Black Ice Warning and Advice from Police

Police are continuing to urge drivers to take care and be cautious of black ice as temperatures drop further. Driving conditions are expected to worsen as standing water freezes and motorists are still being advised to only make essential journeys. While the reported number of collisions remains relatively low (since 6am there have been around

Mammoth keeps warm

It’s cold outside but Wool-I-Am the Mammoth has a scarf to keep him warm at Ipswich Museum in High Street. One of the Museum’s favourite characters is pictured with staff – also suitably attired to brave a chilly winter’s day. Museums Manager James Steward said: “Of course, you will always get a warm welcome at

Drivers warned about snow

As the conditions worsen on Suffolk’s roads, the advice from police is to, “only get behind the wheel if it is completely necessary.” Whilst the reported number of road traffic collisions remains relatively low this morning with no serious injury RTCs reported and about 11 minor RTCs the road conditions are making travel difficult with

Wednesday: Snow Latest

With heavier snow over night/first thing Wednesday, there has been major disruption across the Ipswich24 area. Selection of cancellation details with most recent added to top of list. (Email us info@ipswich24.co.uk with your details) 8.40 Wednesday Ipswich Borough Council All sports centres, Crown Pools and Fore Street pool are open as normal today. Shopmobility remains

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