Three Ipswich youngsters cleaned up in a competition to promote a new ‘Love Your Street’ campaign. The campaign encourages residents and visitors to support the Borough Council’s cleaner Ipswich drive by asking them to put their litter, cigarette butts and chewing gum in the...
Sep
04
Former Atomic Kitten star Natasha Hamilton will be in good company this Christmas: Ipswich’s Regent Theatre has today announced some of her co-stars for its magical Snow White panto. Natasha plays the wicked Queen (boo, hiss) and Britain’s Got Talent winner with Collabro,...
Sep
04
The bad weather has caused the cancellation of two outdoor events in Ipswich parks today. The first casualty is the Vehicle Family Fun Day in Holywells Park. A Borough Council spokesman said the heavy rain this morning gave organisers little choice but to call it off. Also...
Aug
29
Thousands of visitors buckled up their boots and found their sea legs for a weekend of fun on the Waterfront. The Ipswich Maritime Festival, in association with Isaacs on the Quay, ran from 10am – 10pm Saturday and 10am – 6pm Sunday and saw approximately 65,000 visitors flock...
Aug
22
Chantry Library in Hawthorn Drive, Ipswich will be reopening on Sundays from this weekend (Sunday 5 August). The library has been closed on Sundays since Christmas. This was a temporary measure to enable Suffolk Libraries to work with staff and other organisations to tackle...
Aug
08
A new campaign to encourage residents and visitors to put their litter in bins has been launched in Ipswich. Love Your Street will spread out across the town over the summer and autumn and the launch saw a group of people come together near the Waterfront on a litter-pick...
Aug
08
Following the resounding success of their previous productions, Made in Dagenham and Guys and Dolls, Suffolk Young People’s Theatre are returning to Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds with their fully staged version of the hit West End and Broadway Musical, Footloose: The Musical (...
Jul
09
West/Mid Suffolk Bury St Edmunds Library Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie – Saturday 7 July from 10am to 2pm.  Drop in to the library for some tea and cake and help to raise money for Marie Curie. Bury Library would be very grateful if anyone would like to...
Jul
09
If you are heading to the Felixstowe beach this holidays, treat the family to some fun and games at Mannings Amusements! You don't need to spend loads of money to have a great time! For only £5 your child could enjoy two rides on their tradition funfair, 1 game of...
Jul
05
More than 20,000 children in Ipswich can apply for a FREE summer iCard to allow them to enjoy a range of sporting activities over the long school holiday. The pledge to ensure that youngsters in the town have more to do was made by Borough Council Leader David Ellesmere at a...
Jul
04
ONCE UPON A FESTIVAL UPDATE The fourth annual children’s arts programme Once Upon A Festival has gotten off to a fantastic start last week, the family day opened proceedings at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds with performances of Junk Orchestra and artists from Rojo Arts...
Jun
20
Haverhill Town Council has a weekend of free entertainment planned for Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July. Haverhill Mayor Tony Brown says “ I’m proud that we have another terrific fun packed  weekend organised by the Town Council coming up, which will provide fun...
Jun
15