The long school summer holiday is about to begin and Ipswich Borough Council is making sure youngsters have plenty to enjoy. The Council has offered free iCards for all five to 16 year olds either living in Ipswich or attending a state school in the town so they can take part...
Jul
16
The great Ipswich summer continues this weekend with two fabulous FREE events at Ipswich’s Christchurch Park: Global Rhythm and the Indian Mela. On Saturday (7th July) get ready to travel the globe for a colourful celebration of worldwide music and culture – yes Global Rhythm...
Jul
06
A new date has been picked for Ipswich’s Apple Day after it was postponed at the weekend because of fears of high winds. Now the popular event, which is organised by the Friends of Holywells Park, will take place on Saturday 4th November, between 11am and 2pm. Go...
Oct
23
Be part of the fun with The Magic Story Book!   We are pretty sure your little ones will love all their Milkshake! favourites when they appear on stage at the Regent Theatre later this month. Starring the Milkshake Monkey and two bubbly presenters, this all-singing,...
Oct
10
Brace yourself for a day of scary costumes, pumpkin carving, trick or treaters and heaps of fun! Take part in the spooky events taking place all around Suffolk this Halloween. Are you looking for events in Ipswich this half term? Your little detectives will love solving a...
Oct
02
Suffolk Libraries will be kicking off National Libraries week by turning several libraries into Fun Palaces this weekend (Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October). Fun Palaces are the brainchild of author Stella Duffy who strongly believes that in lots of different ways “everyone is...
Oct
02
Halloween trails are a perfect activity for children of all ages and a fantastic family day out; the fresh air, the stunning autumn colours and a puzzle or a quiz to complete, the kids will love to get involved and will keep them fully entertained. If this is something you...
Sep
29
Not many parents would consider taking their toddlers to a museum for fear of them being; too young to appreciate ancient objects, too hyper to stay still or too noisy for a traditionally quiet place! This has changed over the years, with museums recognizing the need to...
Sep
25
It is almost that time of the year again, Guy Fawkes Night, when the whole country celebrates the failure of a group of conspirators to light up the parliament in the year 1605 in their attempt to kill King James I and his leaders.  In Ipswich,  the fun doesn’t stop at...
Sep
24