Ipswich Forum

Northern Bypass

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Suffolk warehouse to become massive NHS distribution centre
Suffolk warehouse to become massive NHS distribution centre. A massive new NHS warehouse and distribution centre for East Anglia and the South East - storing everything from bandages to surgical equipment - is set to open at a Suffolk warehouse. Continue reading.
Man in 30s is 16th person killed on Suffolk’s roads this year
Man in 30s is 16th person killed on Suffolk’s roads this year. Nearly three times as many people have been killed on Suffolk’s roads in the first half of 2019 than in the same period last year, it has emerged. Continue reading.
Instructors warn of ‘serious problem’ with driving tests in Ipswich
Instructors warn of ‘serious problem’ with driving tests in Ipswich. Driving Instructors in Suffolk have raised concerns after a string of practical tests were cancelled in the Ipswich area. Continue reading.
Sudden closure of popular Ipswich cafe
Sudden closure of popular Ipswich cafe. Popular retro Ipswich cafe Doorsteps has closed suddenly and is on the market. Continue reading.

Ed Sheeran confirms marriage in video about new album

Ed Sheeran confirms marriage in video about new album. Ed Sheeran has finally spoken about his marriage to Cherry Seaborn in a new video about his latest album. .
Gallery Players’ own miracle-worker creates Bedford van on New Wolsey stage
Gallery Players’ own miracle-worker creates Bedford van on New Wolsey stage. Staging a play always has its challenges but building a full-sized Bedford van is something special. We take a look backstage at the Gallery Players’ The Lady In The Van Continue reading.
Could a book found in Ipswich charity shop be worth thousands?
Could a book found in Ipswich charity shop be worth thousands? A Suffolk charity shop could be in for an unexpected windfall after a valuable first edition copy of a Roald Dahl book was found among its latest donations. Continue reading.
Sell out Twilight 10k returns to Ipswich with brand new route
Sell out Twilight 10k returns to Ipswich with brand new route. Thousands of people are set to “race against the sun” across Ipswich for the Twilight 10k road race – which will start and end at Portman Road. Continue reading.
Sizewell beach re-opened after ammonia leak at Sizewell B
Sizewell beach re-opened after ammonia leak at Sizewell B. Sizewell beach was closed for a time on Friday after a small amount of ammonia leaked from a storage tank at Sizewell B. Continue reading.
WI teddy bears helping young X-ray patients
WI teddy bears helping young X-ray patients. String teddies from the Women’s Institute are helping children and staff at West Suffolk Hospital. Continue reading.
‘Flour bombing’ teenager detained for 42 months for drug and violent offences
‘Flour bombing’ teenager detained for 42 months for drug and violent offences. A teenager who took part in a “flour bombing” attack on a woman in Bury St Edmunds has been sentenced to 42 months in a youth detention centre for a series of drug and violent offences. Continue reading.
Will Young heads to Ipswich Regent with an album full of new dance-floor hits
Will Young heads to Ipswich Regent with an album full of new dance-floor hits. Pop superstar Will Young is enjoying a new sense of freedom and that is reflected in his new album and forthcoming tour, which includes a date at the Regent Theatre, Ipswich. Continue reading.
Natural England chair visits Suffolk farm to draw inspiration on how to reverse wildlife losses – and farm productively
Natural England chair visits Suffolk farm to draw inspiration on how to reverse wildlife losses – and farm productively. The chair of one of the most powerful environmental bodies in the UK visited Suffolk to find out how one farming family is reversing worrying trends in wildlife losses – while running a highly commercial growing operation. Continue reading.
Safety petition launched after student ‘followed’ along the Waterfront
Safety petition launched after student ‘followed’ along the Waterfront. A student from Ipswich, who recently warned women about an “intimidating” experience she had whilst walking along the Waterfront, has backed calls for more protection for bar and nightclub workers in the town. Continue reading.
Bid for A120 dualling in Essex gets boost from business and politicians
Bid for A120 dualling in Essex gets boost from business and politicians. A campaign for a dual carriageway from Stansted Airport to Harwich has taken a step forward, with politicians and business leaders forming a new board to press its case. Continue reading.
More than 800 riders to set off from Ipswich Waterfront at huge cycling event
More than 800 riders to set off from Ipswich Waterfront at huge cycling event. The Crafted Classique returns to Ipswich Waterfront for its sixth year – with keen cyclists travelling from all over the country to soak up the Suffolk countryside. Continue reading.
Lighthouse to be taken apart brick by brick and rebuilt to save it from the sea
Lighthouse to be taken apart brick by brick and rebuilt to save it from the sea. One of Suffolk’s best-known landmarks is to be saved from the sea – dismantled and rebuilt to become a museum for future generations. Continue reading.
14 free family days out this summer
14 free family days out this summer. We asked EADT readers to share their favourite free family activity to do over the summer holidays. Here are just some of them.
Prices slashed ahead of Ipswich store’s final day
Prices slashed ahead of Ipswich store’s final day. Ipswich shoppers have just one more day to visit Monsoon before the retailer shuts up shop. Continue reading.
Ed Sheeran's 'funny' Ipswich name-check on Eminem track
Ed Sheeran says it was "funny" to name-check the town on his latest Eminem collaboration. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Man ‘pulled to ground and robbed’ at Ipswich cashpoint
Man ‘pulled to ground and robbed’ at Ipswich cashpoint. A man in his 50s was robbed after withdrawing £100 from a post office cashpoint in Ipswich. Continue reading.
Classic car festival returns to Helmingham Hall dressed to impress
Classic car festival returns to Helmingham Hall dressed to impress. Helmingham Hall hosts a classic car to raise money EACH, the children’s hopsice, this year it has added a vintage fashion event to the fun .
Ed Sheeran’s ‘shout out’ to Ipswich in new song with Eminem and 50 Cent
Ed Sheeran’s ‘shout out’ to Ipswich in new song with Eminem and 50 Cent. Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has teamed up with his rap heroes Eminem and 50 Cent in a song that mentions Ipswich - where he is set to delight thousands of fans at his Chantry Park concerts in August. Continue reading.
Indian Mela coming to Christchurch Park – allowing fans to forget cricket loss!
Indian Mela coming to Christchurch Park – allowing fans to forget cricket loss! Christchurch Park in Ipswich is expected to be transformed into a rash of colour on Sunday as the town holds its annual Indian Mela celebrations. Continue reading.
Man found with axe taped to stomach in prison, court hears
Man found with axe taped to stomach in prison, court hears. A man was found with an axe taped to his stomach while in prison, a court has heard. Continue reading.
Ipswich shopping centre manager scoops green award
Ipswich shopping centre manager scoops green award. The manager of Sailmakers in Ipswich has scooped a green award for slashing energy use and boosting recycling at the shopping centre. Continue reading.
‘It’s completely unacceptable’ – warning as fire-risk tumble dryers are resold online
‘It’s completely unacceptable’ – warning as fire-risk tumble dryers are resold online. Fire-risk Whirlpool tumble dryers are still being sold by third parties on online marketplaces. Continue reading.
Ed Sheeran "drops" his latest album...
Ed Sheeran drops his star-studded No. 6 Collaborations Project with great surprise as you would think someone like Ed Sheeran wouldn't be cancelling albums especially after recording all the songs. Some people are praising the new album saying unlike usual they haven't had to skip any songs.
Ride and Stride looks to raise thousand’s for county’s churches
Ride and Stride looks to raise thousand’s for county’s churches. Thousands are set to take part in this year’s annual Suffolk Churches Ride and Stride – which raised more than £150,000 for the county’s churches last year. Continue reading.
LIVE: Breaking news in Suffolk and Essex
LIVE: Breaking news in Suffolk and Essex. Check here for updates throughout the day as we bring you breaking news from across the region. Continue reading.
Rising pressure on our police will cause rise in sick days, officers warn
Rising pressure on our police will cause rise in sick days, officers warn. Mounting pressure on police will cause officer sickness levels to get worse, it has been warned - as figures revealed 1,218 days lost by the force to mental health-related illness in a year. Continue reading.
Have your say on Kesgrave’s Neighbourhood Plan
Have your say on Kesgrave’s Neighbourhood Plan. Kesgrave Town Council has put out its neighbourhood plan for consultation – which looks to tackle the big issues in the area such as parking and the lack of open spaces and leisure facilities. Continue reading.
Why benefits and support services are so important - Ipswich MP Sandy Martin
Why benefits and support services are so important - Ipswich MP Sandy Martin. Ipswich MP Sandy Martin says he is delighted that the once under-threat Treehouse Centre in the borough is now thriving, but he believes the threat of cuts to benefits and other essential services still remains. Continue reading.
Hundreds of otherwise unsolved crimes cleared up by ‘TIC’ unit
Hundreds of otherwise unsolved crimes cleared up by ‘TIC’ unit. Detectives have revealed how criminals are being brought to book for offences that might otherwise go unsolved – by using a tool known as TICs. Continue reading.
All dressed up for a Ladies Day at the races
All dressed up for a Ladies Day at the races. Stunning hats, glamorous dresses and stylish shoes were all on show for this year’s Ladies Day at Newmarket Races. Continue reading.
Meet Suffolk’s most inspiring children and teachers
Meet Suffolk’s most inspiring children and teachers. An “exceptional” blind child and a boy paralysed from the waist down who “never fails to inspire and amaze his peers” have been named among the best and brightest in Suffolk’s schools. Continue reading.
Suffolk firefighters come to the rescue of steam locomotive in Ipswich
Suffolk firefighters come to the rescue of steam locomotive in Ipswich. Firefighters from Ipswich helped save a luxury day out for steam enthusiasts – by allowing a fire to keep going! Continue reading.
Lord Adonis brings the anti-Brexit message to Suffolk’s EU Alliance
Lord Adonis brings the anti-Brexit message to Suffolk’s EU Alliance. Anti-Brexit campaigner Lord Andrew Adonis has visited Ipswich to support the Suffolk EU Alliance and encourage it to keep up its struggle to put forward a pro-European message. Continue reading.

Vote of No Confidence Petition in Ipswich Buses

Do Ipswich residents have no confidence in Ipswich Buses or find it not fit for purpose? .
‘Drug dealer seen holding pirate’s sword’ moments after Ipswich stabbing
‘Drug dealer seen holding pirate’s sword’ moments after Ipswich stabbing. A friend of alleged murder victim Daniel Saunders has described the harrowing moments after his “best mate” was fatally stabbed in Ipswich. Continue reading.
Thousands of easyJet passengers face summer flight delays
Thousands of easyJet passengers face summer flight delays. easyJet passengers could face delays at Stansted Airport as check-in staff go on strike this summer, a union has warned. Continue reading.
Waterfront gin festival returning for Ipswich Maritime weekend
Waterfront gin festival returning for Ipswich Maritime weekend. An over-gin-dulgent festival is returning as part of the 2019 Ipswich Maritime celebrations – and this year, guests could find themselves sipping their favourite tipple out on the water. Continue reading.
WATCH: Could you give lovable Logan a new home?
WATCH: Could you give lovable Logan a new home? Boxer cross Logan has returned to the RSPCA in Martlesham after his owner was unable to keep him – could you give Logan the love and training he needs? Continue reading.
What is Art Eat? Everything you need to know about the new Ipswich Waterfront festival
What is Art Eat? Everything you need to know about the new Ipswich Waterfront festival. A strong sense of community lies at the heart of the Ipswich Waterfront.
‘Vicious attack’ leaves woman with fractured skull – just hours after knifepoint robbery
‘Vicious attack’ leaves woman with fractured skull – just hours after knifepoint robbery. An MP has vowed to raise the issue of violent crime with the Home Secretary after two “appalling” attacks happened within hours of each other in Clacton. Continue reading.
Musicians preparing to wow crowds for chance to perform with Ed Sheeran
Musicians preparing to wow crowds for chance to perform with Ed Sheeran. Five musicians are set to take part in the semi-finals of a competition for the chance to perform at the final summer gig of Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran. Continue reading.
Move over Willy Wonka! Pupils pitch their ideas for new chocolate bar
Move over Willy Wonka! Pupils pitch their ideas for new chocolate bar. Pupils at a school in ipswich have been given the chance to step into Willy Wonka’s shoes – and design their very own chocolate bar.
Man in his 30s dies after lorry crash
Man in his 30s dies after lorry crash. A pedestrian seriously injured in a road traffic collision in Great Barton has died, 11 days after the crash. Continue reading.
150 businesses back call for A14 upgrade as road investment d-day looms
150 businesses back call for A14 upgrade as road investment d-day looms. Demands that Highways England should upgrade junctions on the A14 across Suffolk have now been backed by 150 businesses from across the county. Continue reading.
‘Machete’ incident sparks chaos on railway
‘Machete’ incident sparks chaos on railway. Passengers reported chaos on Greater Anglia services this afternoon after a police incident disrupted services through Bury St Edmunds. Continue reading.
11-year-old approached in attempted accosting in Felixstowe
11-year-old approached in attempted accosting in Felixstowe. Two men reportedly approached a young girl in Felixstowe last week, according to Suffolk police. Continue reading.
Emergency services sent to Hadleigh
Emergency services sent to Hadleigh. Fire crews and emergency response crews were sent to the High Street in Hadleigh on Thursday. Continue reading.
Pop mogul Pete’s love of trains brings him to the home of Greater Anglia
Pop mogul Pete’s love of trains brings him to the home of Greater Anglia. Pop mogul Pete Waterman has visited staff at Greater Anglia – but not because he’s bringing The Locomotion back to the music scene! Continue reading.
Kitchen fire at Buttermarket bowling alley
Kitchen fire at Buttermarket bowling alley. Firefighters have been called to a kitchen fire in the Buttermarket shopping centre in Ipswich. Continue reading.
11 places to cool off this summer following the closure of Aqua Park Suffolk
11 places to cool off this summer following the closure of Aqua Park Suffolk. Aqua Park Suffolk has been forced to close ‘permanently’ because of dangerous blue-green algae at its site in Alton Water – so where else can you enjoy the water this summer? Continue reading.
Anti-knife crime charity spreads message to thousands in Ipswich
Anti-knife crime charity spreads message to thousands in Ipswich. An anti-knife crime charity’s message reached thousands of people at one of Suffolk’s biggest music events. Continue reading.
Original Alice in Wonderland illustrations on show in new Bury exhibition
Original Alice in Wonderland illustrations on show in new Bury exhibition. Relive the childhood classic by seeing Punch artist John Tenniel’s stunning pictures at Moyse’s Hall Museum. Continue reading.
Naked bike riders heading for Colchester and Clacton
Naked bike riders heading for Colchester and Clacton. The World Naked Bike Ride will be returning to Colchester this weekend and then moving on to Clacton later this month, following the event in Ipswich. Continue reading.
Hundreds take part in Elmer Run through Ipswich
Hundreds take part in Elmer Run through Ipswich. A herd of joggers have taken on the Ipswich Elmer Run - taking in the town’s art trail and raising money for St Elizabeth Hospice. Continue reading.
‘A dangerously reckless project’: Town council slams Sizewell C project
‘A dangerously reckless project’: Town council slams Sizewell C project. An east Suffolk town council has formally opposed the construction of a new power plant in the region. Continue reading.
Would-be bag snatcher arrested after victim flagged down police
Would-be bag snatcher arrested after victim flagged down police. An Ipswich man has admitted drunkenly attempting to snatch a rucksack from a pedestrian who flagged down passing police for help. Continue reading.
Disruption to trains after signalling fault
Disruption to trains after signalling fault. Delays and cancellations are expected to trains passing through the mainline this morning after a signalling fault emerged between Stratford and London Liverpool Street. Continue reading.
Breaking news for Suffolk and North Essex
Breaking news for Suffolk and North Essex. Keep up to date with all the breaking news for our region by following our live blog. Continue reading.
Suffolk loses more than 200 teachers as pupil numbers rise
Suffolk loses more than 200 teachers as pupil numbers rise. A Suffolk headteacher has said life in the classroom can feel like an “impossible job” – as new figures reveal our state schools have lost 250 teachers in just five years. Continue reading.
Major road in Ipswich will be closed ‘24 hours a day, seven days a week’, say council
Major road in Ipswich will be closed ‘24 hours a day, seven days a week’, say council. A major road in Ipswich is to be closed for more than a fortnight at the height of the school summer holidays. Continue reading.
First look at new £2.6million Hadleigh Pool
First look at new £2. 6million Hadleigh Pool. The first pictures of how Hadleigh’s new multi-million pound swimmng pool will look have been released just weeks before work is due to get udnerway.
Inquest into death of D-day hero Fred Buckle opens
Inquest into death of D-day hero Fred Buckle opens. A D-Day war hero, who received the French government’s highest honour for bravery, died after becoming ill following a fall at his home, an inquest heard. Continue reading.
Family restaurant in The Saints, Ipswich, changes hands
Family restaurant in The Saints, Ipswich, changes hands. New owners have taken over the popular @twenty5 restaurant in St Nicholas Street, Ipswich. Continue reading.
Hedgehog officer job ‘spiked’ after two-year conservation scheme
Hedgehog officer job ‘spiked’ after two-year conservation scheme. Ipswich’s very first dedicated hedgehog officer has announced she will be stepping down from the role after helping to create hog-friendly ‘highways’ in numerous gardens across the town. Continue reading.
Alleged killer accused of murdering drug user after hearing he tried to rob dealer
Alleged killer accused of murdering drug user after hearing he tried to rob dealer. An alleged killer “mimicked the dying actions” of a man he stabbed with a foot-long machete on the streets of Ipswich after hearing he tried to rob another drug dealer, a murder trial has heard. Continue reading.
24 star Keifer Sutherland is coming to The Apex in Bury
24 star Keifer Sutherland is coming to The Apex in Bury. Keifer Sutherland is a natural storyteller both on screen and on stage armed with a guitar. We take a look at his new album and intimate concert tour Continue reading.
Inquest opens into death of father-of-two from Kesgrave
Inquest opens into death of father-of-two from Kesgrave. An inquest has heard how paramedics rushed to try and save the life of a father-of-two who died in a motorcycle crash in Kesgrave. Continue reading.
WATCH: Primary school pupils endure 225-mile trek for Syrian refugees
WATCH: Primary school pupils endure 225-mile trek for Syrian refugees. Pupils at Snape Primary School have saddled up and gone the extra mile – to cycle the distance Syrian refugees are forced to take to reach safety. Continue reading.
Lawn and order star Jimmy the Mower visits Ipswich
Lawn and order star Jimmy the Mower visits Ipswich. A celebrated mowerman who became an internet sensation because of his pride in the job has visited the place where the modern machine began - in Ipswich. Continue reading.
WATCH: Sandy Martin grills PM on cuts to children’s centres in Ipswich
WATCH: Sandy Martin grills PM on cuts to children’s centres in Ipswich. Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has taken the issue of cuts to children’s centres in the town to Prime Minister Theresa May. Continue reading.
Cartlidge takes Suffolk farmers’ no-deal Brexit fears to Westminster
Cartlidge takes Suffolk farmers’ no-deal Brexit fears to Westminster. The plight of Suffolk’s arable farmers facing problems from a no-deal Brexit could be raised in a debate in Westminster by James Cartlidge. Continue reading.
‘Eating out can be hugely daunting’ - kindness lunch for people battling eating disorders to be staged at Honey + Harvey
‘Eating out can be hugely daunting’ - kindness lunch for people battling eating disorders to be staged at Honey + Harvey. A series of ‘Kindness Lunches’ designed to help people who are battling eating disorders are set be staged across Suffolk. Continue reading.
Aqua Park Suffolk to shut permanently
Aqua Park Suffolk to shut permanently. For the second year in a row Aqua Park Suffolk have been forced to close their inflatable obstacle course at Alton Water because of dangerous blue-green algae. Continue reading.
11-year-old cyclist involved in collision with car in Kesgrave
11-year-old cyclist involved in collision with car in Kesgrave. An 11-year-old cyclist was involved in a collision with a car in Kesgrave this morning. Continue reading.
Rogue traders targeting areas of Suffolk with aggressive sales tactics
Rogue traders targeting areas of Suffolk with aggressive sales tactics. Authorities have warned residents of Ipswich and Mid Suffolk to beware of rogue traders using aggressive tactics to sell garden furniture. Continue reading.
10 things you need to know about the 2019 Tendring Show - including approach map and ticket information
10 things you need to know about the 2019 Tendring Show - including approach map and ticket information. A live milking parlour is set to be among the attractions at a bumper Tendring Show this weekend, where crowds of up to 20,000 people are expected. Continue reading.
‘I’ll drink to that’ - Suffolk cider firm gives staff two weeks extra holiday to look after new puppies
‘I’ll drink to that’ - Suffolk cider firm gives staff two weeks extra holiday to look after new puppies. For many of us holiday days are like gold dust. Continue reading.
Stansted Airport smashes June passenger record
Stansted Airport smashes June passenger record. Stansted Airport experienced a record June, with more than 2. 65 million passengers passing through its doors – and bosses say numbers were boosted by new routes to the sun and the Champions League final.
Man, 22, admits part in attempted ram raid on electric bicycle store
Man, 22, admits part in attempted ram raid on electric bicycle store. A West Midlands man has admitted his part in a bungled ram raid on a cycle shop in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Suffolk MPs vote against changes to Gay Marriage and abortion in Ulster
Suffolk MPs vote against changes to Gay Marriage and abortion in Ulster. Two of Suffolk’s MPs joined a minority of their colleagues to oppose bringing Northern Ireland’s strict rules on Gay Marriage and abortion rights into line with the rest of the UK. Continue reading.
Police probe attempted robbery of 11-year-old boy
Police probe attempted robbery of 11-year-old boy. Police are investigating the attempted robbery of an 11-year-old boy at a park in Ipswich. Continue reading.
‘They can’t meet his needs’ – Family’s dismay as non-verbal boy assigned mainstream school
‘They can’t meet his needs’ – Family’s dismay as non-verbal boy assigned mainstream school. The mother of a severely disabled teenager has criticised the council after her son was assigned a place at a mainstream college – despite the fact his care plan specifically states that he must attend a specialist school. Continue reading.
Everything you need to know about handling the cost of the summer holidays
Everything you need to know about handling the cost of the summer holidays. Parents in Suffolk and North Essex are facing going into debt over the six week long summer holidays as they struggle to cover childcare costs. Continue reading.
Stay with us for live updates on breaking news
Stay with us for live updates on breaking news. Welcome to today’s live feed, where you can find all of the day’s breaking fire, crime and travel news from Suffolk and north Essex. Continue reading.
‘A rude awakening’ – villages unite over huge expansion of intensive poultry farming
‘A rude awakening’ – villages unite over huge expansion of intensive poultry farming. Villages are uniting against an onslaught of new intensive poultry farms which are set to produce more than a million chickens every week. Continue reading.
Former Unicorn pub transformed into a creative business hub
Former Unicorn pub transformed into a creative business hub. Freelance workers seeking a more sociable office environment have united to create a business hub at a former Ipswich pub. Continue reading.
Anglian Water must reduce impact on environment, say government agency
Anglian Water must reduce impact on environment, say government agency. Anglian Water has been told it must reduce the impact its operations are having on the natural environment in a report by the Environment Agency. Continue reading.
Couple found guilty of murdering man before setting flat on fire to cover tracks
Couple found guilty of murdering man before setting flat on fire to cover tracks. A couple who beat a man to death in his own home and then set it on fire to try to cover it up have been convicted of murder. Continue reading.
Amazon at 25: With the high street on its knees should we be more wary of this online giant?
Amazon at 25: With the high street on its knees should we be more wary of this online giant? Our reporter says she’s not sure she wants to see the web behemoth reach its 50th anniversary. Continue reading.
Suffolk choir to open BBC radio 2 breakfast show at Latitude
Suffolk choir to open BBC radio 2 breakfast show at Latitude. A highly-acclaimed Suffolk-based community choir will be opening Dermot O’Leary’s BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show live from Latitude Festival next weekend .
Roofer hits ground running with recycled plastic driveways business
Roofer hits ground running with recycled plastic driveways business. An Ipswich businessman is set to provide recycled driveways made out of plastic waste after joining forces with a national franchise. Continue reading.
Meet the superfit Suffolk veteran who lost half his body weight
Meet the superfit Suffolk veteran who lost half his body weight. After tipping the scales at 25 stone, an ex-soldier has dropped almost half his body weight in an incredible transformation. Continue reading.
Dare you enter spooky new escape room at Stonham Barns?
Dare you enter spooky new escape room at Stonham Barns? A new escape room with an eerie twist is being launched at Stonham Barns on Saturday - and medium Derek Acorah has told staff it has strong “psychic energy”. Continue reading.
The restaurant at Fynn Valley has changed beyond recognition
The restaurant at Fynn Valley has changed beyond recognition. Family Fridays with pizza and outdoor games are part of the golf destination’s new food offering. Continue reading.
Inspirational Ipswich gaming mentor says scooping BAFTA award ‘feels incredible’
Inspirational Ipswich gaming mentor says scooping BAFTA award ‘feels incredible’. An inspirational Suffolk computing teacher who has helped gaming enthusiasts to turn their talent into careers has been rewarded with a top honour. Continue reading.

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