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.
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.
Should SATs be scrapped? Parents reignite debate on KS2 results day
Should SATs be scrapped? Parents reignite debate on KS2 results day. Parents across Suffolk and north Essex are receiving their children’s eagerly-awaited KS2 SATs results today.
Love Island star Molly-Mae at Sudbury club
Love Island star Molly-Mae at Sudbury club. Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague is to appear at Sudbury’s Infinity nightclub next month. Continue reading.
40 reasons why we need a dual carriageway Northern Bypass
40 reasons why we need a dual carriageway Northern Bypass. As Suffolk County Council – in partnership with other local authorities – starts the consultation process over plans for a new northern route for Ipswich to ease traffic in the area and stimulate new development, campaign group Orwell Ahead has set out 40 reasons why the town needs a full Northern Bypass. Continue reading.
Knifepoint robber jailed for holding up Ipswich convenience stores
Knifepoint robber jailed for holding up Ipswich convenience stores. An armed robber has been jailed for holding up two convenience stores at knifepoint in eight days. Continue reading.
Have your say on the future of Suffolk’s Rights of Way into next decade
Have your say on the future of Suffolk’s Rights of Way into next decade. Communities across Suffolk are being asked to have a say on what they want to happen to footpaths, bridleways and other rights of way in their areas. Continue reading.
Poll shows 97pc of primary school teachers want SATs scrapped
Poll shows 97pc of primary school teachers want SATs scrapped. A staggering 97pc of primary school teachers support scrapping “high-stakes” SATS tests for 10 and 11-year-olds. Continue reading.
Strep A deaths: Outbreaks of killer infection ‘not linked’
Strep A deaths: Outbreaks of killer infection ‘not linked’. Experts investigating an outbreak of a deadly infection in Essex say it is not linked to two cases identified in late 2018 and early 2019. Continue reading.
Foxhall Road to shut for emergency roadworks
Foxhall Road to shut for emergency roadworks. Suffolk Highways have confirmed a stretch of a busy Ipswich road will be shut from Wednesday evening into the early hours of Thursday morning. Continue reading.
Felixstowe children learn how to keep their town clean – and Bin It!
Felixstowe children learn how to keep their town clean – and Bin It! Youngsters have been encouraged to care for the area and love where they live by an inspiring drama-based anti-litter project. Continue reading.
Raise a toast to our heroes to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day
Raise a toast to our heroes to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day. Suffolk is invited to join the commemorations for the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE Day) next year. Continue reading.
Classic Noel Coward comedy still entertains from beyond the grave
Classic Noel Coward comedy still entertains from beyond the grave. Review: Blithe Spirit, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, July 3 .

Why did Ipswich fail to be shortlisted for the Future High Street Fund? The problem with BIDs

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.
Ipswich credit union offering different way to save
Ipswich credit union offering different way to save. The Ipswich-based Eastern Savings and Loans Credit Union has received a £30,000 funding boost from Lloyds Bank. Continue reading.
Could you take on this Suffolk cottage renovation?
Could you take on this Suffolk cottage renovation? Stepping inside this thatched cottage at Hoxne, last on the market back in 1949, is like taking a trip back in time, according to agents Auction House. Continue reading.
Open air theatre shows in picturesque settings
Open air theatre shows in picturesque settings. Pack a blanket and a picnic and set off to enjoy productions based on classic plays and novels on an outdoor stage near you this summer. Continue reading.
Suffolk weather: Where has the sun gone?
Suffolk weather: Where has the sun gone? After scorching sunshine and fantastic weather for Ipswich Music Day, there are overcast skies and sharp showers expected in Suffolk this week. Continue reading.
18 jobs lost as Lindacre closes Land Rover dealership
18 jobs lost as Lindacre closes Land Rover dealership. Lindacre, the approved Land Rover service centre and SsangYoung car dealer in Ipswich, has closed after 10 years in the town. Continue reading.
Motorcyclist injured after collision on B road
Motorcyclist injured after collision on B road. A motorcyclist is injured following a collision with a car on a rural road in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Suffolk businesses face ‘pivotal’ period as manufacturers battle falling sales
Suffolk businesses face ‘pivotal’ period as manufacturers battle falling sales. Suffolk’s manufacturing firms are facing a glum time with falling domestic sales amid tougher global trading conditions and increasing costs. Continue reading.

What is going to happen to Ipswich’s Jack Wills store?

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. .

Suffolk rejected in government funding to regenerate high streets

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. .
‘Danger to public’ jailed for ‘nightmare’ attack in vulnerable man’s home
‘Danger to public’ jailed for ‘nightmare’ attack in vulnerable man’s home. A violent intruder who used his fists, a stick, a bottle and a stereo to beat a vulnerable man has been jailed for at least seven-and-a-half years. Continue reading.
Read today’s breaking news here
Read today’s breaking news here. Want to know the latest news from Suffolk and Essex? Find it in our live blog.
Naked bike ride will be back in Ipswich next year, organisers pledge
Naked bike ride will be back in Ipswich next year, organisers pledge. Organisers of the World Naked Bike Ride in Ipswich have pledged it will return next year - and become a regular annual event. Continue reading.
What is digital borrowing? And why is it more popular than ever in Suffolk
What is digital borrowing? And why is it more popular than ever in Suffolk. Suffolk Libraries has seen a huge increase in the amount of digital resources being used by visitors, but what actually is digital borrowing?
First chance for Suffolk residents to find out about Ipswich northern route
First chance for Suffolk residents to find out about Ipswich northern route. The first of 11 consultation events about the proposed new Northern Route across Ipswich takes place in Grundisburgh Village Hall this afternoon. Continue reading.
Mick Jagger, a man who danced with the devil on the big screen
Mick Jagger, a man who danced with the devil on the big screen. Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger, has quietly pursued a second career as an actor on the big screen. We discover that his film career has rather been more hit and miss than his fame would suggest.
Suffolk sees 150% increase in cyclists killed or seriously injured on county’s roads
Suffolk sees 150% increase in cyclists killed or seriously injured on county’s roads. Serious crashes involving cyclists on the county’s roads have soared by 150%, latest data has revealed. Continue reading.
Latitude 2019: The ultimate guide to eating at this year’s festival
Latitude 2019: The ultimate guide to eating at this year’s festival. Whether you fancy burgers, sushi, vegan feasts or brownies, there is something for you to love at the festival (from July 18-21, 2019) .
Big revamp planned for Suffolk’s children’s centres – here’s what you need to know
Big revamp planned for Suffolk’s children’s centres – here’s what you need to know. Plans for a major overhaul of children’s and family services in Suffolk – which could save up to £1million – are set to be presented for public feedback. Continue reading.
WATCH: ‘Supercop’ Ali on why he had to walk away from job he loved
WATCH: ‘Supercop’ Ali on why he had to walk away from job he loved. He was once dubbed Supercop after clocking up more than 1,000 arrests in 18 months – but now former Suffolk police sergeant Ali Livingstone has revealed why he walked away from the job he loved. Continue reading.
Suffolk pubs ready to wow the competition in Great British Pub Awards
Suffolk pubs ready to wow the competition in Great British Pub Awards. Two of Suffolk’s top pubs are preparing to battle some of the top establishments in the country after being nominated for the Great British Pub Awards. Continue reading.
Peak in children’s care plan delays was down to ‘restructuring issues’
Peak in children’s care plan delays was down to ‘restructuring issues’. Education bosses have admitted an effort to merge two services was partly to blame for a huge dip in the number of vital care plans completed on time – leaving hundreds of vulnerable children in limbo. Continue reading.
Ipswich council to look at security after queues build up at music festival
Ipswich council to look at security after queues build up at music festival. Bosses at Ipswich council are to look again at security arrangements for Music in the Park after long queues built up at this year’s event on Sunday. Continue reading.
Ipswich’s Office Outlet has shut down
Ipswich’s Office Outlet has shut down. Ipswich’s Office Outlet has closed down. Continue reading.

New trains arrive as Greater Anglia reports better punctuality figure

New trains arrive as Greater Anglia reports better punctuality figure. Greater Anglia has now taken delivery of 24 of its new trains from Swiss company Stadler – and the first are expected to enter passenger-carrying service by the end of next month. .
Police reveal why drug-drive arrests surpassed drink drivers in Suffolk last year
Police reveal why drug-drive arrests surpassed drink drivers in Suffolk last year. Rising demand for drugs in Suffolk and improved roadside testing are behind increased drug drive arrests in the county, police bosses have said. Continue reading.
CCTV images released after spate of railway station bicycle thefts
CCTV images released after spate of railway station bicycle thefts. British Transport Police have released a CCTV image of a men they wish to speak to in connection to a spate of bicycle thefts at Ipswich Railway Station. Continue reading.
‘Great news’ as Smart Garden Offices acquired by management team after previous owner bows out
‘Great news’ as Smart Garden Offices acquired by management team after previous owner bows out. A Suffolk-based garden buildings manufacturer has been bought out by the team that runs it. Continue reading.
Care home rolls out the red carpet for ‘Outstanding’ rating
Care home rolls out the red carpet for ‘Outstanding’ rating. It was the red carpet treatment for staff at an Ipswich care home as a thank you for their hard work in achieving an ‘outstanding’ rating. Continue reading.
Why NHS boss dubbed his own patch ‘homophobic, racist, and awful’
Why NHS boss dubbed his own patch ‘homophobic, racist, and awful’. The chief executive of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals has explained why he described north east Essex as one of the most “homophobic and racist” places in the country. Continue reading.
Man suffers broken jaw in football club brawl
Man suffers broken jaw in football club brawl. The man was punched in the face at Harwich and Parkeston Football Club, in Main Road, Harwich, at around 1am on Sunday, June 23. Continue reading.
Firm scraps consultation on new pay offer – as 97% of union members vote it down
Firm scraps consultation on new pay offer – as 97% of union members vote it down. Anglian Home Improvements has scrapped plans to reduce workers’ hours and pay following union pressure. Continue reading.
WATCH: Two fluffy panda cubs are born at Colchester Zoo
WATCH: Two fluffy panda cubs are born at Colchester Zoo. Zookeepers have announced the exciting arrival of two adorable red panda cubs. Continue reading.
Suffolk sauce maker’s jobs boost as demand for products soars
Suffolk sauce maker’s jobs boost as demand for products soars. A Suffolk sauces firm is boosting its manufacturing capacity and creating 10 new jobs after clinching a £450k funding package. Continue reading.
Where’s your home on the Monopoly board of property prices?
Where’s your home on the Monopoly board of property prices? Is your home the ‘Mayfair’ or ‘Park Lane’ of Monopoly or the ‘Old Kent Road’? A business has created its own real-life version of the famous board game to help house buyers and sellers.
Suffolk firefighters take funding demands to MPs in Westminster
Suffolk firefighters take funding demands to MPs in Westminster. Members of the Suffolk branch of the Fire Brigades’ Union are in Westminster on Monday to campaign for more funding for the county – and demanding a restoration of cut services. Continue reading.
Were you pictured partying in Yates on Saturday?
Were you pictured partying in Yates on Saturday? Did Licklist capture you drowning your sorrows in Ipswich after the Lionesses narrowly missed out on a bronze medal at the world cup? Find out by looking through this week’s Yates gallery.
Stowmarket serves up feast with annual food and drink festival
Stowmarket serves up feast with annual food and drink festival. There were lots of happy eaters in Stowmarket this weekend as the annual food and drink festival came to town. Continue reading.
Death of man in Ixworth flat fire not suspicious, say police
Death of man in Ixworth flat fire not suspicious, say police. A flat fire in Ixworth in which a 77-year-old man died is not being treated as suspicious by Suffolk police. Continue reading.
Seven-time Oscar nominated film director Mike Leigh to open Film Feast Suffolk
Seven-time Oscar nominated film director Mike Leigh to open Film Feast Suffolk. Suffolk will get a taste of Hollywood when a seven-time Oscar nominated director unveils the full programme for a festival celebrating film and locally sourced food and drink. Continue reading.
Trial of teenager charged with murder of Daniel Saunders begins today
Trial of teenager charged with murder of Daniel Saunders begins today. The trial of a 17-year-old boy accused of the murder of 32-year-old Daniel Saunders in Ipswich is set to start today. Continue reading.
Revealed – Drugs and anti-social behaviour behind soaring number of tenancy court cases
Revealed – Drugs and anti-social behaviour behind soaring number of tenancy court cases. Court cases to enforce tenancy agreements have skyrocketed as a result of drug dealing and anti-social behaviour in Ipswich, new data reveals. Continue reading.
See all of Monday’s breaking news here
See all of Monday’s breaking news here. Welcome to today’s live feed, where you can find all of the day’s breaking fire, crime and travel news from Suffolk. Continue reading.
Police called out to children’s home in Suffolk more than 200 times, charity reveals
Police called out to children’s home in Suffolk more than 200 times, charity reveals. A Suffolk children’s home was visited by police more than 200 times in 2018, it has been revealed. Continue reading.
Can you spot yourself in the Ipswich Music Day crowds?
Can you spot yourself in the Ipswich Music Day crowds? More than 70 individual artists entertained tens of thousands of fans at Ipswich Music Day – one of the biggest free music festivals in the country. Continue reading.
The Flying Fish of Norwich Road is no more
The Flying Fish of Norwich Road is no more. Historians are rueing the loss of a much-admired roof ornament which has adorned a building in Ipswich for more than a century after it was accidentally damaged. Continue reading.
Community speedwatch behind thousands of motorists being caught in Suffolk
Community speedwatch behind thousands of motorists being caught in Suffolk. Soaring numbers of speeders were clocked on Suffolk’s roads, according to latest data – as 11,000 additional incidents were recorded. Continue reading.

St Peters Dock works now complete.

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.
Crowds turn out to celebrate Ipswich Music Day
Crowds turn out to celebrate Ipswich Music Day. Ipswich Music Day drew huge crowds to Christchurch Park, with long queues to get in outside the gates. Continue reading.
Is Luke, 8, the first child to complete an Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk sticker book?
Is Luke, 8, the first child to complete an Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk sticker book? Eight-year-old Luke Harris could be the first child to complete an Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk sticker album. Continue reading.
MP lands up in hospital after dropping toilet on his foot
MP lands up in hospital after dropping toilet on his foot. One Essex MP may have to endure a few toilet jokes after he was left with a painful cut on his ankle after dropping a tollet on his fott at the tip. Continue reading.
Three ‘vulnerable females’ were ‘removed’ from track at Colchester Train Station
Three ‘vulnerable females’ were ‘removed’ from track at Colchester Train Station. There was disruption to train services in Colchester last night due to three “vulnerable females” on the line. Continue reading.
Watch Shotley man’s tour of ‘unhealthiest’ places in his village
Watch Shotley man’s tour of ‘unhealthiest’ places in his village. One man in Shotley Gate - ranked as one of the unhealthiest places to live in Britain - has taken to YouTube to showcase the village’s “unhealthiest” places in a tongue-in-cheek video. Continue reading.
Review: Peter Pan flies high as Co-op Juniors triumph in Neverland
Review: Peter Pan flies high as Co-op Juniors triumph in Neverland. Peter Pan, by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, Ipswich Co-op Juniors, Big Top, Trinity Park until July 14 .
What Ipswich is doing to address the climate emergency
What Ipswich is doing to address the climate emergency. The record-breaking extreme heatwave that hit France recently is the latest warning sign of the major changes to our planet’s climate caused by global warming. Continue reading.
Why more parents should read with their children, says Elmer author David McKee
Why more parents should read with their children, says Elmer author David McKee. In today’s modern world, it can be easy to teach children all they need to know using a tablet or a phone. But the author who inspired the stunning Ipswich Elmer trail has encouraged the town’s parents to read old-fashioned books to their children – to help create the stars of tomorrow.
Suffolk MP calls for school transport ‘solution’ as bus services come under threat
Suffolk MP calls for school transport ‘solution’ as bus services come under threat. One Suffolk MP is demanding the “absolutely essential” school bus services in his area are protected as the county council prepare to withdraw subsidies from rural services. Continue reading.
Have you seen missing Dale Curry from Hadleigh?
Have you seen missing Dale Curry from Hadleigh? Police have said they are “very concerned” for the welfare of a vulnerable man who is missing from Hadleigh. Continue reading.
Trapped casualty is freed from vehicle following ‘serious’ A11 crash
Trapped casualty is freed from vehicle following ‘serious’ A11 crash. The A11 is closed following a “serious” road accident involving a lorry and a car. Continue reading.
If I fall ill with dementia in Suffolk, how good is the support available?
If I fall ill with dementia in Suffolk, how good is the support available? An overhaul of a “confusing” support system for people with dementia in Suffolk has largely been a success – but still needs more volunteers to help manage increasing demand. Continue reading.
Another £5,000 raised for ‘little fighter’ Arabella, six, to finish bucket list
Another £5,000 raised for ‘little fighter’ Arabella, six, to finish bucket list. Another £5,000 of heartfelt donations are on their way to brave six-year-old leukemia patient Arabella Scannell as the people of Suffolk rally to her cause. Continue reading.
Character of Ipswich roads being changed by bedsit conversions
Character of Ipswich roads being changed by bedsit conversions. Parts of Ipswich are having their character changed forever as “starter” homes are being converted into bedsits for an increasing mobile population. Continue reading.

Suffolk targets 3,000 more university students ‘in next few years’

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. .
Suffolk and Essex parks shortlisted to be named as best in UK
Suffolk and Essex parks shortlisted to be named as best in UK. Parks in Suffolk and north Essex have been shortlisted for an award - and you could help your favourite to be crowned the best in Britain. Continue reading.
Love golf and Ipswich Town? Sign up for special golf day for Kevin Beattie statue appeal
Love golf and Ipswich Town? Sign up for special golf day for Kevin Beattie statue appeal. Teams are needed for a special golf day with Ipswich Town legends in support of the Kevin Beattie statue appeal – as the campaign closes in on its target.
Suffolk bakery celebrates 150th birthday
Suffolk bakery celebrates 150th birthday. One of Suffolk’s oldest businesses has celebrated its 150th birthday with a summer party. Continue reading.
Did you see the World Naked Bike Ride in Ipswich?
Did you see the World Naked Bike Ride in Ipswich? The World Naked Bike Ride has arrived in Ipswich, with a group of intrepid cyclists taking part despite the rain. Continue reading.
Obituary: This Ipswich love story began in hospital and lasted nearly 55 years
Obituary: This Ipswich love story began in hospital and lasted nearly 55 years. Smitten country boy Paul Stewart would walk 32 miles to enjoy a precious few moments with Ipswich sweetheart Cheryl .
Man, 37, dead after A14 crash
Man, 37, dead after A14 crash. A 37-year-old man has died following a crash on the A14. Continue reading.
Man dies in Ixworth flat fire
Man dies in Ixworth flat fire. A man has died following a fire at his sheltered accommodation flat in the Suffolk village of Ixworth. Continue reading.
Surge of visitors to Ipswich landmarks inspired by Elmer trail
Surge of visitors to Ipswich landmarks inspired by Elmer trail. Ipswich’s Elmer trail has inspired a surge in thousands of visitors to the town’s landmarks, with some seeing more than double their usual footfall. Continue reading.
Finding the valley of the butterflies in the centre of Ipswich
Finding the valley of the butterflies in the centre of Ipswich. Efforts to plant and nuture wild flower areas across Ipswich’s open spaces have been rewarded with a riot of colour and insects aplenty, especially at Landseer Park. Continue reading.
Property of the week - See inside £1.1m historic six-bedroom home with heated pool
Property of the week - See inside £1. 1m historic six-bedroom home with heated pool. Take a look at our photo gallery of this six-bedroom home near Woodbridge, complete with a heated swimming pool - available for £1.
Which Ipswich school has been recognised nationally for pupil wellbeing?
Which Ipswich school has been recognised nationally for pupil wellbeing? An Ipswich school facing issues with attendance and classroom disruption is among the first in the country to win an award for transforming pupil wellbeing. Continue reading.
Sun, sand and shingle... 15 great family beaches to visit this summer in East Anglia
Sun, sand and shingle. 15 great family beaches to visit this summer in East Anglia. Are you looking for beaches to try with the family this summer?
Your guide to cinema’s spectacular summer bockbusters
Your guide to cinema’s spectacular summer bockbusters. With the school holidays fast approaching and with the British weather being notoriously unreliable when it comes to serving up bouts of sunshine, the cinema remains the go-to place for a reliable supply of summer entertainment. Continue reading.
Travel - buses will replace trains on some Suffolk routes
Travel - buses will replace trains on some Suffolk routes. Trains between Ipswich and Felixstowe will be replaced by buses this evening and all day tomorrow due to planned engineering works. Continue reading.
Have you been struck by hay fever this year?
Have you been struck by hay fever this year? More people than ever seem to be complaining about symptoms in 2019. thankfully The Digital Doctor Bella Smith has some handy tips to help ease them.
‘Serious’ crash closes A14 for miles outside Bury St Edmunds
‘Serious’ crash closes A14 for miles outside Bury St Edmunds. The A14 westbound is closed between Elmswell and Rougham while police deal with that they describe as a “serious” road traffic collision. Continue reading.

Rail depot gets green signal as new trains are on their way to the east

Rail depot gets green signal as new trains are on their way to the east. Greater Anglia has been granted planning permission to build a workshop to maintain its new suburban trains on the outskirts of Harwich. .
Traditional fruit machines go under the hammer
Traditional fruit machines go under the hammer. Horse drawn vehicles, a one-arm bandit and prisoner-of-war craft items are in the summer bygones sale at Campsea Ashe. Continue reading.
Amazing views over Ipswich town centre from Carr House
Amazing views over Ipswich town centre from Carr House. The former Ipswich Co-op headquarters and department store in Ipswich is being transformed into homes and work is forging ahead. Continue reading.
Suffolk Now podcast: Why the ‘Northern Bypass’ will never happen
Suffolk Now podcast: Why the ‘Northern Bypass’ will never happen. A consultation on building a new northern road in Ipswich has prompted a mixed reaction – but will it ever happen? Continue reading.
Bus driver smashed into Grade II-listed house with schoolchildren on board
Bus driver smashed into Grade II-listed house with schoolchildren on board. A bus driver who drove into a Grade II-listed home in Hadleigh has been fined £4,000 after pleading guilty to careless driving. Continue reading.
A14 speeder caught at 111mph gets driving ban
A14 speeder caught at 111mph gets driving ban. A man caught speeding at 111 miles per hour on the A14 has been banned from the roads for a month. Continue reading.
Cab driver who crashed while doing a school run was using her phone at the wheel
Cab driver who crashed while doing a school run was using her phone at the wheel. A woman who drove her taxi onto the wrong side of the road while on her phone could be banned from driving. Continue reading.
Suspended sentence for man who broke into neighbouring jewellers
Suspended sentence for man who broke into neighbouring jewellers. A man who caused thousands of pounds of damage breaking into two Felixstowe jewellers during a ‘serious psychotic episode’ has been handed a suspended jail sentence. Continue reading.
Will your child be in our Top Class supplement?
Will your child be in our Top Class supplement? Make sure you pick up the Ipswich Star on Wednesday, July 10 to get your copy of our Top Class supplement featuring primary schools from across Ipswich. Continue reading.

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