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Didnt know what to call this thread, but I had a look around the winerack and, the tower itself is looking decent - though the white wont last, but activity around the ground floor units is non existent. These units are massive, I believe one of them was meant to be a theatre but they have since relocated. How are these going to get filled when units in the Mill and the other side in on Stoke Quay are all empty? You can see the two storey unit from here, the glazing under the bricks.
They are getting organised. Whilst there is no official pro-Northern Bypass campaign, there is an anti-NBP campaign. Remember this is a consultation and not a referendum. To hold the consultation there must be intent for the county council to go ahead with it. I must admit I like to see such democracy direct action to process but where is the pro-NBP campaign from the tens of thousands of people living in Ipswich and Kesgrave?
Suffolkonboard. com have now started adding new timetables for bus service changes taking place in September. It seems both Ipswich Buses and First Eastern Counties (Ipswich Reds) are making changes on the 1st September. Currently uploaded is a new timetable for service 15/15A, 94A and a cancellation of service 68. I’d imagine there will be more changes than this so worth checking back over the next few weeks!
The Northern Bypass Merchandise Shop has just been launched. This dropship service is provided by Spreadshirt - there are no setup costs to open one, no minimum order or requirement to pre-order large volumes - so there is no volume discount but it avoids needing thousands of pounds of stock, somewhere to store it, to handle payments and shipping. A 15% off deal is applicable to all new Spreadshirt shops for the first two weeks. This should help cover all or some of the postage! The following are a selection of initial designs - new designs are in the pipe line.
Do Ipswich residents have no confidence in Ipswich Buses or find it not fit for purpose? .
Ipswich has had a reprieve from accelerated decline by failing to become shortlisted for the Future High Street Fund. It is a common misunderstanding that the Future High Street Fund is about injecting capital into saving the High Street. Actually, the Future High Street Fund is a £675m pot of money to replace vacant retail units and find alternative uses for the traditional British town centres. This enforces a switch from traditional retail to supermarkets, retail parks and purpose built shopping centres, which goes against our heritage. Here is the irony.
What is going to happen to Ipswich’s Jack Wills store? Jack Wills is on the hunt for a new owner after months of poor sales. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk rejected in government funding to regenerate high streets. Questions are to be asked over funding for high street regeneration in Suffolk after the county was snubbed in the latest central government pot of cash. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Had a walk here this morning. it really is underwhelming, its already dirty, and someone has spilt what I assume is paint on the new paving, pretty sure it was there last time I was there some while ago, so why not clean it up! I'm not sure if the railway lines all went as part of this work but why not keep them, its all part of the heritage. Having spent some time in Portsmouth last week that's the way to do a waterfront development. Its wonderful,its got heritage, lots of new development, major tourist attractions, and above all is all pretty clean and tidy.
Suffolk targets 3,000 more university students ‘in next few years’. Suffolk could see a rise of more than 3,000 university students over the next few years as part of ambitious growth plans. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Blind woman abused on Ipswich bus. Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses after a bind woman sat with her guide dog on a bus in Ipswich was abused by a man. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk County Council has announced 11 consultation dates for the Northern Route. .
Norwich's BID has a Live City Data link on their website () revealing:- Current Car Park Usage Current Park & Ride Usage City Footfall (wifi? ) Full Inner Ring Road Lap (RTPI/UTMC? ) Ipswich, an early BID with founder setting up the umbrella group for BIDs, does not! Okay, so we don't know how accurate this data is. I looked at this last night between midnight and 2am.
Some of the most recent 2019 Ipswich Google Streetview captures have gone live over the last few weeks and months. One view is as follows. Queen Street. blocked off by a blue bin, two cafe style banner dividers and two vertical flag banners. In this distance is what appears to be two stalls one opposite each other and very little footfall.
In two weeks Ipswich Borough Council's Executive is proposing to Declare a Climate Emergency. The report isn't currently available - I just don't see where Labour IBC are going with this. Do they want people to vote Lib Dem and Greens? They escape most of the blame with such responsibilities generally falling on Suffolk County Council but some shock decisions such as electric car pool for staff - instead of electric/hybrid buses which will be much more better for the environment (and central government will match funds for them i. e.
Ipswich Borough Council seems to think the continuation of work on the Wine Rack means the pause on Waterfront regeneration has ended. Even so, it is refusing to regenerate the "Stoke Bridge" gateway end, choosing instead to refurbish Burton's Warehouse. The council owns the Burton, Beeson and Silo sites. With this relaxed attitude towards regeneration the remainder will remain a bombsite car park and undeveloped ruin to when Ipswich was a great Suffolk powerhouse. Some history.
Warning after woman followed along the Waterfront by man in Mercedes. A student from Ipswich has urged others to ‘be careful’ after she was followed along the Waterfront towards the University of Suffolk on Sunday evening. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Anger grows at Ipswich multiple student accommodation plan for ex-care home. Growing fears have been raised about turning a former Ipswich care home into a house of multiple occupancy for students. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Museum Street Cafe to reopen at new venue as workers co-op. A group of friends will reopen the Museum Street Cafe as a workers co-op from a new location – in a final bid to save the business from closure. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Drove past this morning so chance for observations were brief. Only went that way to to continuing closure of Grafton Way of course, but that's another issue. I was heading west, and noticed how good the trees along the front look, all credit to Mr Gummer for those I think. I then looked down at the paving beneath! Not so good, lots of weeds growing in the joints and frankly all looking very scruffy.
WATCH: Vloggers walk 13 miles to complete mammoth Elmer trail. Elmer’s Big Parade – Suffolk has been proving popular with all ages, as two vloggers in their 30s took on the equivalent of half a marathon to find all 139 Elmer’s. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmer helps this happy couple celebrate a very special day. Your wedding day is one you will never forget - and that is certainly true for Elmer fans Damian and Nicola McCarthy. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmer hunting gets underway with ribbon cutting at the Cornhill. It was a colourful day in Ipswich today as sponsors, partners, and young fans celebrated the official launch of Elmer’s Big Parade – Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
WATCH: Have you ever wondered how an Elmer comes to life? It is a ‘herd’ job painting an Elmer, as this video from an Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk artist shows. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Have you been out on the Elmer trail this weekend? Despite only having arrived in the streets of Ipswich on Saturday, the elephants of Elmers Big Parade are already causing a stir in the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Ipswich Borough Council's poor attitude to disabilities continue! First, hundreds of years of step free access to the Cornhill was hindered with adding in steps, and now it appears "Elmer HQ" is located within the non-accessible (stepped area) of the Town Hall. On closer inspection, it appears said room maybe accessible to wheelchair users and other limited mobility users, however, if it isn't easy and obvious, then there is a problem! For instance, there is an accessible toilet sign within the Town Hall Tea Room.
Pigs Gone Wild fans some of the first to complete Elmer trail. An 11-year-old girl and her family, who were some of the first to complete the Pigs Gone Wild trail, look set to have repeated their effort by visiting all 55 Elmers on the trail’s first day. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmer fans hit the trail as Big Parade Begins. We’ve collected some of our favourite photos of you enjoying the Ipswich sunshine to welcome Elmer to the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmers Big Parade arrives in Ipswich. After years of preparation Elmers of all designs and colours are set to descend on Ipswich today. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
How to get involved in the Elmer trail this weekend - and get a FREE sticker album. In just a few hours time the brightly painted Elmer sculptures will begin arriving on the streets of Ipswich ready for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmer fever hits Ipswich - one more sleep to go. As the final countdown to Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk begins, Ipswich is gearing up for a colour explosion. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
So if you are a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual, queer or of one of the associated bolt-ons within LGBTQ+ circles, you are being afforded the right to walk from a car park as a meeting point (officially from Dance East), all the way to Cult Cafe. This is half a mile. Non-LGBTQ+ persons (or those within the community that don't want to march) can come down to observe a group of people walking half a mile, away from any hive of activity. This is Suffolk Pride 2019 (there wasn't one the previous year).
Everything you need to know before the launch of Elmer’s Big Parade tomorrow. Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk takes over Ipswich in one day’s time, with thousands of visitors and millions of pounds expected to flow to the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Without a doubt Ipswich residents and a handful of visitors will love the new £100,000 programme of events on the Cornhill, and this will highlight how vibrant the older Cornhill could have been if events were planned more frequent. The big question mark over why entertainment was banned on the Cornhill by the Labour administration and demoted to Giles Circus (or spots in Westgate Street and Tavern Street respectfully), still remains, and the cover-up of the £3. 6m waste of taxpayers money with these events really forced the binary option question.
Win a special day out at Portman Road with Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk. Elmer’s Big Parade and an Ipswich barbers are giving four young Town fans the chance to lead the team out at Portman Road next season. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Ipswich Buses are incorrectly reporting "a problem with the orwell Bridge". There was however a multi-vehicle collision on the A14 just before the Orwell Bridge this morning. It can be safely assumed the Orwell Bridge itself is structurally sound.
See first reveal of Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk in Ipswich shop window. With just three days to go until Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk hits the streets of Ipswich, residents got an early surprise this morning when a display in the window of an Ipswich store was revealed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Starting to get numerous cases coming through where Ipswich Buses allowing individuals on their bus that either verbally abuse or assault passengers. Difficult to validate claims made of course without seeing CCTV footage but the following claim is undertaken by someone that has publicly made a long post available on Facebook along with their name and photo. In this specific case, the offensive passenger was under the influence of alcohol, possibly drugs, and was in an aggressive mood with an abusive attitude.
Local mum Nicola was totally shocked when her 12 year old child's bus ticket cost more than her own! Both Route 6 bus 88 registration JY12 GWC. Matching driver, machine and trip IDs. Both Sat 20 April 2019 at the same time 12:58 from Tower Ramparts bus station. Consecutive ticket numbers 113639 £1.
Absolute madness. How is anyone going to get on or off with a buggy blocking the gangway? This isn't a most recent example of the lack of common sense and disregard for passengers' health and safety, but it is a notable example and thus is documented here for completeness. Childs faces blurred here compared to the original facebook one. .
Are Ipswich Buses Limited in financial troubles still? Despite a Rod Stewart concert that evening, Ipswich Buses allegedly failed to operate the 22:47 and 23:15 Service 13 buses. The last route sponsored by Ipswich Borough Council. This resulted in at least a couple waiting 50 minutes for the bus, opting for another bus (Service 12) which doesn't go where they want it to and walking the other 2 miles home in the rain. They were soaked.
Labour MPs Chuka Umunna, Luciana Berger, Mike Gapes, Chris Leslie, Angela Smith, Ann Coffey, Gavin Shuker and Joan Ryan, along with Conservative MPs Anna Soubry, Heidi Allen and Sarah Wollaston were elected on party manifestos but got bored of their political parties so left to join the "Independent Group". They crowdfunded and had support from Gemini A Ltd; circumventing strict political party funding rules. This later rolled into a political party called "Change UK" without a by-election.
Interesting comment I stumbled across on Flickr. A quote of the comment is as follows. "I was born and grew up in Ipswich, but it is not a town I think well of - it seems intent on putting itself down at every opportunity - as future pictures will show. " Which is a distinct difference from those people that feel critical people are to blame putting it down, rather than governance "getting it wrong"!
Does anyone know of someone that takes professional-level photography in the Ipswich area? I am looking for 4K or HD quality, stabilised footage from a drone or gimbal, of Ipswich Town Centre for a project I am working on. Probably 30-60 minutes work of the main high street roads of Westgate Street, Tavern Street and Carr Street.
Ipswich Buses seem not to have any control over their drivers. Someone has complained on Twitter about a nighttime bus driver deliberately leaving bus stops early so he can have a cigarette break at a bus stop layby at the next fare stage. The allegation is the bus driver arrived 6 minutes early to the bus stop - there is no excuse to be early and various layby exists before then to make up time - and apparently smoking just outside the bus with the doors open. The ticket machines linked to the driver tracks position and time. CCTV would show the reason for racing to the next fare stage.
Labour Westgate Ward councillor living in Chantry. Colin Kreidewolf, has yet again resorted to Twitter to complain about the poor service offered by Ipswich Buses. It appears he may have been waiting in Museum Street with buses still diverted away. Following a further tweet from the ibserviceupdate account, he later deleted these tweets. .
A national newspaper has picked up on Ipswich Vision's failed Cornhill Project highlighting the £45k monoliths which it calls "Britain's worst sculpture" highlighting the fatality and in a day has been shared 2300+ times and gained 161 comments and growing. Ipswich doesn't need this sort of bad publicity. There is hope for Archant Suffolk's Ipswich Star. the monoliths (in my opinion) are neither a sculpture, statue or plinth! Worst of all the Daily Mail loves adding hundreds of photos to its articles.
Ipswich Market gets new look as Coxys becomes Catcheys for fruit & veg. One of the best-known stalls on Ipswich Market has taken on a new identity as it makes its mark in its new permanent location next to the Town Hall. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Sandy Martin vows to pressure First to improve bus services, however, no such luck for this Labour MP to pressure the Labour run borough council in improving Ipswich Buses run bus services. .
Easton and Otley to be carved up after damning Ofsted inspections. A land-based college operating across Suffolk and Norfolk is set to be broken up after being rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted inspectors. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
6 days to go until free hot dogs at Ipswich Cornhill. The Hot Sausage Company is celebrating 30 years of trading at Ipswich Cornhill by giving away free hot dogs. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
New hope for Grimwades as Ipswich council says plinths must remain. Could a new tenant soon be found for the former Grimwades store on the edge of the Cornhill as the council prepares to replace the controversial plinths outside it? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Elmer’s Learning Herd Guide set to get children stomping. Children in Ipswich are being encouraged to get out and about and search for the Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk Learning Herd. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
A really interesting one. With news on replacement monoliths that won't have the plaques after thought but go back to the original design of names on the actual monoliths themselves, which must have had a lot of Ipswich Society involvement behind the scenes, they have managed to declare the Cornhill Revamp a success. Like Ipswich Vision and its partners, weasel words come out. Apparently "most people" have been "very positive" despite no survey undertaken to determine this. I don't like the new Cornhill,in fact I hate it with a passion.
Ipswich Cornhill to get safety boost and new “Cornhenge”. Ipswich council has unveiled the safety changes it will be making to the Cornhill following the death of pensioner John Stow earlier this year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
So we have already covered the silly signs before but one many Tony Fisher has made a video about it. Who is Tony Fisher? Never heard of him before, but seems pretty cool. Solves a giant Rubik Cube from the inside in Ipswich. See him do so here.
Two fire engines called after the Ipswich Buses service 98 operated by bus 77 (KX59 GNY) blew up on route - with Holbrook Academy pupils onboard - sending large clouds of smoke across neighbouring fields. Nobody reported injured, although it has been reported that pupils were left to complete the rural route on foot rather than another bus or transport arranged to get them home. It has also been reported that the service 97 vehicle - bus fleet number unknown - from Shotley earlier in the day had broken down and engineers had been called out to fix it.
Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk - pre-order your sticker album to join in the fun. Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk will soon be here - and now’s your chance to pre-order our special souvenir sticker album and activity book. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Read it and weep! the bridge no one wanted cost us all £8m. .
David Ellesmere: NCP forced to lower car park prices thanks to councill. Have you tried to new Crown Street car park? Today David Ellesmere, Leader of Ipswich Borough Council, reminds readers that you can use it for free on Sundays over the summer months. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Ipswich hum - neighbours tell Anglian Water their ‘patience no longer exists’. There are fears families in Ipswich could be forced to endure a sleepless summer despite Anglian Water assuring them they are seeking a solution to a disturbing ‘humming’ sound which has plagued them for years. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Meet Edna - the Elmer in memory of an Ipswich mother who died from breast cancer. With pink painted nails and matching running trainers, Edna the young Elmer pays a touching tribute to an Ipswich runner who died from a rare form of breast cancer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
It is the 21st century, the year 2019 to be precise, and even Ipswich Buses has finally switched to offering contactless payments on their bus services. Yet if you want to purchase a ticket for a Summer Excursion or Real Ale Runabout. you still need to go down to their Enquiry Office in person to book. This is all despite it being incredibly easy to setup a very basic online ticket system for this.
‘Elderly’ woman believed to have fallen on Ipswich Cornhill. A woman is reportedly being treated by paramedics after a suspected fall on the Ipswich Cornhill. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: See the newest designs in Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk. The start of Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk is a step closer as a herd of “young Elmers” were revealed at the 2019 Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: Day one brings in the crowds as county puts itself on show. Organisers of the Suffolk Show were celebrating as perfect weather and a packed programme of events came together to bring tens of thousands of visitors to Trinity Park near Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Can you spot yourself on day one of the Suffolk Show? Thousands of people have come to see the greatest showcase of Suffolk - so can you see yourself in our gallery from the first day? The two-day event kicked off today at Trinity Park, near Ipswich, in glorious sunshine - with visitors young and old able to enjoy a range of attractions including a mascot race, motorcycle display, shopping and food stalls and the more traditional farming displays. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
My great day out at the Suffolk Show. Day one at the Suffolk Show dawned fine and town and country were out in force to make the most of what the county has to offer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: County shows off its beef cattle breeding credentials with strong performance on first day. It was a great day for Suffolk beef cattle farmers on the first day of the Suffolk Show, as they showed how the county still prizes its livestock, despite being in a strongly arable region. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Blotty the lamb wins sheep prize at Suffolk Show. Rising numbers of sheep entered in competitions at the Suffolk Show could point to a recovery in the sector in the region. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: From sausages to gin, amazing range of food and drink on offer at show. A huge range of food and drink is available to try and buy at this year’s Suffolk Show - from locally-made sausages and crisps to flavoured fudges and gins. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: Essex dairy farmers follow up on last year’s success with another win for Ayrshire cow. Essex dairy farmers followed up on their success last year after scooping the top title in Any Other Dairy Breed competition on the first day of the Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: Gardens deliver the ‘wow factor’. The Flower and Garden Show tent at the Suffolk Show 2019 is a celebration of all things green-fingered. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Free cup of tea from EADT on offer at Suffolk Show. The East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star have their own tent at the Suffolk Show - a great spot to rest your feet with a cup of tea. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: Military Zone shows off Army’s best hardware. The Suffolk Show 2019 is much more than an agricultural competition - the military also turn out in force to meet the public. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Nine quirky stalls to visit at the Suffolk Show. The Suffolk Show is full of hundreds of interesting and independent shops from across East Anglia, so here are nine stalls you should check out on your visit. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019 - List of winners. Here’s a list of the winners from this year’s Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Crowds heading to Suffolk Show as weather provides the perfect boost. Perfect show weather brought out the early crowds on the first day of the 2019 Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Traffic builds as thousands visit Suffolk Show 2019. Traffic is starting to build around Ipswich as thousands flock to this year’s Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019: What to see on day one. It is finally here - the Suffolk Show 2019. But what can you expect to see on day one of the county’s favourite celebration? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show 2019 - News, travel and photos from around Trinity Park. Today Suffolk’s farmers will be showcasing their prized herds as families descend on Trinity Park for the Suffolk Show 2019. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
The Suffolk Show, where tens of thousands will spend tens of millions! The Suffolk Show’s role in bringing together people from across the county is well-known and very important – but it is also a catalyst for tens, or even hundreds, of millions of pounds of business. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
7 top questions about what’s happening at this year’s Suffolk Show. Heading for the Suffolk Show? Here are the answers to seven top questions about this year’s big two-day event, on May 29 and 30 at Trinity Park, Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Sunshine and highs of 22C predicted for Suffolk Show - but there could be the odd shower. With only a day to go until the start of this year’s Suffolk Show visitors will be looking to the sky wondering whether to pack their waterproofs and wellies or their sun hats and shades for the big event. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
All you need to know about getting to the Suffolk Show 2019. Thousands of people are expected at this year’s Suffolk Show so here’s a handy travel guide ahead of the two-day event which starts tomorrow. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Council leader: How I’ll be ambitious for Suffolk. In his latest column, Suffolk County Council leader MATTHEW HICKS outlines his and the authority’s priorities for the year ahead. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
So, with the new Brexit Party being a vote for some form of Brexit, the Liberal Democrats won a lot of EU election votes by wanting to "cancel Brexit" but despite their levels of success the Greens had significant gains too. Would it not have been sensible for a new political party "The Remain Party" as a political alliance solely for this EU election so a tally could be created of who were voting for Brexit (No Deal, Hard, Soft etc. ) or Remain?
7 ways to chill out at Suffolk Show 2019. There are all sorts of reasons why people go to the show. but here’s a thought - why not make it a relaxing day out? Chloe Shelcott shares some ideas with our columnist. Continue reading.
Can you spot your child in Whitton Primary’s giant human Elmer? Pupils from Whitton Community Primary School in Ipswich joined together to create a giant human Elmer the Patchwork Elephant ahead of Elmer Day celebrations. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Ipswich Labour MP sees Britain “crashing out” after European election. Ipswich MP Sandy Martin expects Britain to “crash out” of the EU without a deal at the end of October – despite the success of anti-Brexit parties in the European elections. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Do you remember when Princess Diana visited the 1986 Suffolk Show? It’s nearly that time of year again as preparations are in full swing for the Suffolk Show – so today we feature a gallery of one of its most famous guests. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Theresa May ‘simply wasn’t up to the job’. Prime minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday. Here Ipswich Borough Council leader David Ellesmere says she made several key errors which made her departure “inevitable”. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Ipswich celebrates 30 years of Elmer the patchwork elephant. Children at Chantry Library enjoyed the most colourful day of the year this morning as they celebrated 30 years of Elmer the patchwork elephant for Elmer Day. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Find your way round this year’s Suffolk Show ground. Plan your route around the Suffolk Show ground with this downloadable map – featuring the famous live farming area, livestock shows, a new 60ft viewing platform, hundreds of food stalls and a real-life superhero area. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Chelsea Flower Show winner donates garden for St Elizabeth Hospice at Suffolk Show. Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner, Frederic Whyte, has donated a show garden for St Elizabeth Hospice at this year’s Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Keen gardeners will get a chance to talk to the experts at this year’s Suffolk Show. Experts form Notcutts Garden Centres, a national chain based a Woodbridge, will be helping green-fingered enthusiasts to create their own horticultural masterpiece at home. The family-owned garden centre group will be hosting a free garden advice and plant clinic in the Glasswells Flower and Garden Show area at the Suffolk Show, all day on Wednesday, May 29, and Thursday, May 30.
Suffolk Show Countdown: TVs set to provide show visitors with different view. Televisions will be set up around the Suffolk Show this year, playing a key role in helping visitors to find the right location and learn more about what’s going on. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show Countdown: Excitement builds ahead of county’s biggest day out. Final preparations are under way for the Suffolk Show, which is set to unveil a host of innovations for this year’s event. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show Countdown: Charity puts young people’s careers and mental health centre-stage at show. A charity is aiming to bring young people together to talk about careers and mental health challenges as a young fashion brand owner shares his story at the Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
Suffolk Show Countdown: Celebrity jewellery brand founder returns to her Suffolk roots. A top jewellery brand favoured by celebrities including Carole Middleton and the Duchess of Sussex is returning to the Suffolk Show for the fourth year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.