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.
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.
‘This is not Hadleigh’ - Neighbours shock after garage is ram raided for second time
‘This is not Hadleigh’ - Neighbours shock after garage is ram raided for second time. A community has spoken of its anger after audacious ram-raiders stole money from a petrol station, leaving a trail of destruction. Continue reading.
Mystery on the riverbank as water turns ‘milky’
Mystery on the riverbank as water turns ‘milky’. A concerned community in Ipswich have spoken about their fears for wildlife in the Belstead Brook area after river water was turned murky by an unknown white substance. Continue reading.
Everything you need to know about Ipswich’s new vegan deli - Hank’s
Everything you need to know about Ipswich’s new vegan deli - Hank’s. Our food and drink editor visits the newest dining option for vegans in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Birdie in Twitter salute to John McCririck
Birdie in Twitter salute to John McCririck. Racing pundit John McCririck, who died today aged 79, has been immortalised by Ipswich cartoonist Darren ‘Birdie’ Bird. Continue reading.
Pond weed cleared to bring clear water for Ipswich Music Day
Pond weed cleared to bring clear water for Ipswich Music Day. The Round Pond at Ipswich’s Christchurch Park is looking perfect for the tens of thousands of visitors to Ipswich Music Day on Sunday after pond weed was cleared from it. Continue reading.
Heave! St Jo’s College sports day in pictures
Heave! St Jo’s College sports day in pictures. Ipswich students battled it out in a tug of war at their school’s sports day - is your child in these pictures?
See which Suffolk schools won £1,000 of Lego in our promotion
See which Suffolk schools won £1,000 of Lego in our promotion. Orford Primary School, Elmsett Primary School and Charsfield Primary School managed to collect the most tokens proportionally in a campaign lead by the Ipswich Star and the East Anglian Daily Times. Continue reading.
Trouble-hit Ipswich estate visited by police after anti-social behaviour claims
Trouble-hit Ipswich estate visited by police after anti-social behaviour claims. Police have visited a trouble-hit Ipswich estate after reports of anti-social behaviour. Continue reading.
Concern over fall in public’s satisfaction with police in Suffolk
Concern over fall in public’s satisfaction with police in Suffolk. Public satisfaction in Suffolk’s police has continued to fall - prompting calls for more focus on supporting victims of crime. Continue reading.
Stranger Things spoiler-free TV review: We came with high expectations, we weren’t disappointed – nine reasons to watch season three
Stranger Things spoiler-free TV review: We came with high expectations, we weren’t disappointed – nine reasons to watch season three. Eight hours of the 1980s: Stranger Things season three is a rollercoaster ride that brings back some of the momentum lost in season two. Here’s a review that isn’t full of spoilers for those of you that haven’t blocked out the time required to binge-watch the latest outing in Hawkins, Indiana.
Fourth director in a year resigns from region’s ambulance trust
Fourth director in a year resigns from region’s ambulance trust. Another director has resigned from the region’s ambulance trust as a major overhaul of its top management team continues. Continue reading.
Ipswich Monsoon set to close next week
Ipswich Monsoon set to close next week. The Monsoon store in Ipswich town centre is closing down next week – according to signs in the shop window. Continue reading.
Jail for angry drunk who headbutted and kicked volunteer police officer
Jail for angry drunk who headbutted and kicked volunteer police officer. A man who headbutted a volunteer policeman before taking a run-up and kicking the defenceless officer in the head has been jailed for six years. Continue reading.
Teenagers arrested after pair seen running across A14
Teenagers arrested after pair seen running across A14. Two people were seen running across the A14 near Bury St Edmunds - prompting a police appeal. Continue reading.
‘Help make Arabella’s last wishes come true’ - family’s plea as six-year-old with cancer starts palliative care
‘Help make Arabella’s last wishes come true’ - family’s plea as six-year-old with cancer starts palliative care. It was the moment everyone who knows six-year-old “little fighter” Arabella Scannell and how bravely she has battled cancer hoped would never come. Continue reading.
See time-lapse video of £30m car park being built at Stansted
See time-lapse video of £30m car park being built at Stansted. Stansted Airport’s first multi-storey car park has opened ready to serve travellers going on their summer holidays. Continue reading.

Blind woman abused on Ipswich bus

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. .
Darth Vader joins herd of Elmers to raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice
Darth Vader joins herd of Elmers to raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice. Star Wars nemesis Darth Vader joined a herd of Elmer-inspired young elephants to help raise vital funds for young people living with progressive and terminal illnesses. Continue reading.
‘They’ve caused us so much hassle’ - garage’s anger at brazen ram-raid
‘They’ve caused us so much hassle’ - garage’s anger at brazen ram-raid. Garage workers have spoken of their anger after audacious ram-raiders stole money from a petrol station, leaving a trail of destruction. Continue reading.
Tornados return to RAF Honington
Tornados return to RAF Honington. Tornado jets have arrived back at RAF Honington in Suffolk, but not via the sky. Continue reading.
Garden centre introduces al fresco dining as part of new restaurant plans
Garden centre introduces al fresco dining as part of new restaurant plans. A major project is underway to build a new 250-seater restaurant at Notcutts Garden Centre in Woodbridge. Continue reading.
Free tea at the Cosy Club
Free tea at the Cosy Club. Cosy Club Ipswich has launched a new meet up event with free tea and coffee in a bid to help tackle loneliness. Continue reading.
New Waterfront gateway ready in time for Ipswich summer of events
New Waterfront gateway ready in time for Ipswich summer of events. Work to improve the entrance to Ipswich Waterfront has been completed – just as the area expects to see more visitors to summer events. Continue reading.
Mobile phone stolen from visually impaired man who was sat with guide dog
Mobile phone stolen from visually impaired man who was sat with guide dog. A mobile phone has been stolen from a visually impaired man who was sat in a café with his guide dog. Continue reading.
Are these the 50 most important buildings in Ipswich?
Are these the 50 most important buildings in Ipswich? See if you agree with the choices of local author and historian Caleb Howgego − and see pictures of all 50 .
Suffolk warehouse sold in £17million deal
Suffolk warehouse sold in £17million deal. A massive logistics warehouse at Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds has been snapped up in a deal worth more than £17million. Continue reading.
New regional body to look at cutting transport CO2 emissions across East Anglia
New regional body to look at cutting transport CO2 emissions across East Anglia. Balancing the needs of the economy and the environment a priority for Transport East .
Key route into Ipswich closed after crash involving Audi
Key route into Ipswich closed after crash involving Audi. Foxhall Road in ipswich has been closed after an accident involving an Audi and a Kia. Continue reading.
Ram raid causes ‘significant damage’ to Hadleigh petrol station
Ram raid causes ‘significant damage’ to Hadleigh petrol station. An overnight ram raid has cause ‘significant damage’ to a petrol station in Hadleigh. Continue reading.
A12 Martlesham speed limit changes – when to expect a final decision
A12 Martlesham speed limit changes – when to expect a final decision. A final decision on controversial speed limit changes to the A12 near Martlesham will be made later this year, after discussions were pushed back for better proposals to come forward. Continue reading.
Suffolk households lose hundreds in council cuts according to Labour
Suffolk households lose hundreds in council cuts according to Labour. Households across the region have seen the amount spent on council services slashed over the last 10 years despite rises in council tax bills according to new figures compiled by the Labour Party. Continue reading.
‘My sister saved my life’ – How mouth ulcer nearly killed Annie, 21
‘My sister saved my life’ – How mouth ulcer nearly killed Annie, 21. A 21-year-old from Ipswich has told how she nearly died after what was thought to be a mouth ulcer turned out to be a rare blood disease. Continue reading.
Shoplifter jailed for breaking jaw of assistant who tried to intervene
Shoplifter jailed for breaking jaw of assistant who tried to intervene. A shoplifter who broke the jaw of a supermarket worker who tried to stop him stealing has been jailed for more than two years. Continue reading.
Winners of Suffolk Business Awards 2019 revealed
Winners of Suffolk Business Awards 2019 revealed. The region’s sharpest business brains gathered last night for the annual Suffolk Business Awards celebrating innovation, achievement and hard graft. Continue reading.
Obituary: Pat Knock − who shocked her parents by wanting to work on a farm
Obituary: Pat Knock − who shocked her parents by wanting to work on a farm. Pat went on to make history with Young Farmers’ Clubs and was a cornerstone of her Suffolk village. She’s died at 88 Continue reading.
This elegant five-bedroom home comes complete with an RHS garden
This elegant five-bedroom home comes complete with an RHS garden. The gardens of Magnolia House, created by award-winning landscape designer Mark Rumary, are divided into separate rooms like an extension to unique Grade II listed property which has recently come on the market. Continue reading.
On the road with Emeli Sandé as she brings new music to the Ipswich Regent
On the road with Emeli Sandé as she brings new music to the Ipswich Regent. Emeli Sandé MBE is heading to Suffolk later this year. Writer Rob McGibbon caught up with Emeli in London to talk about life on the road, as well as the album and her new single, Extraordinary Being, which is out on July 12 Continue reading.
‘Total bunkum!’ Blunder over ‘laughable’ claim Shotley Gate is one of UK’s unhealthiest villages
‘Total bunkum! ’ Blunder over ‘laughable’ claim Shotley Gate is one of UK’s unhealthiest villages. A blunder has called into question “laughable” research that a picturesque village was the third unhealthiest place in the UK.
Mayflower brings steam age back with special train through Ipswich
Mayflower brings steam age back with special train through Ipswich. The former LNER steam locomotive Mayflower has travelled through Ipswich at the head of a special train from London to Norfolk and back. Continue reading.
‘Accept the differences in others’ - Elmer author’s inspiring words on visit to Ipswich trail
‘Accept the differences in others’ - Elmer author’s inspiring words on visit to Ipswich trail. The colourful trail of elephants inspired by his world-famous books are bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of young people across Ipswich. Continue reading.
Two well-known Ipswich cafes are joining forces – to create ‘The Hub Kitchen’
Two well-known Ipswich cafes are joining forces – to create ‘The Hub Kitchen’. The Museum Street Cafe and La Tour Cycle are joining forces to become one workers’ co-operative known as The Hub Kitchen. Continue reading.
The best pubs in Suffolk-according to the AA Pub Guide 2020
The best pubs in Suffolk-according to the AA Pub Guide 2020. AA Publishing has just released The Pub Guide 2020: 2,000 Pubs for Great Beer and Good Food. Here are the 15 inns in the county they chose as their ‘Pick of the Pubs’ making them some of the top 500 in the country.
Workers for betting giant William Hill face wait over job cuts
Workers for betting giant William Hill face wait over job cuts. People working for betting giant William Hill face a wait to see if they will lose their jobs as the firm announced it is axing 700 shops nationwide. Continue reading.
Police probe two dog bite attacks in Ipswich
Police probe two dog bite attacks in Ipswich. Police are investigating reports of two dog bite attacks in Ipswich. Continue reading.
Level crossing crash driver spared jail for ‘incredibly reckless risk’
Level crossing crash driver spared jail for ‘incredibly reckless risk’. A man who put lives at risk, including that of his baby daughter, by driving into the path of an oncoming freight train has avoided going straight to jail. Continue reading.
Fresh proposals unveiled for 100 homes at former council offices
Fresh proposals unveiled for 100 homes at former council offices. Developers have put in a third application for new homes at the site of the former Suffolk Coastal district council offices in Woodbridge, it has emerged. Continue reading.
Ed Sheeran applies for new outdoor kitchen at Framlingham home
Ed Sheeran applies for new outdoor kitchen at Framlingham home. Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has submitted a new planning application for an outdoor kitchen at his home. Continue reading.
How satisfied are students with the University of Suffolk?
How satisfied are students with the University of Suffolk? A new survey has been released showing how satisfied students really are with life at the University of Suffolk. Continue reading.
Live updates from the Suffolk Business Awards 2019
Live updates from the Suffolk Business Awards 2019. Tonight the winners of the 2019 Suffolk Business Awards will be revealed during a special ceremony at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall - and we will be there to bring you live updates. Continue reading.
‘People will suffer’ – Family in fight to keep mental health unit open
‘People will suffer’ – Family in fight to keep mental health unit open. A Suffolk family fighting to stop the closure of an Ipswich mental health unit have warned “people will suffer” if vital inpatient beds are shut. Continue reading.
Scaffolding up – but not for restoring Ipswich’s former main post office
Scaffolding up – but not for restoring Ipswich’s former main post office. Scaffolding has started going up in The Walk near Ipswich Cornhill – but although it is up against the former central post office in the town this is not connected with its long-awaited restoration work. Continue reading.
New luxury glamping site to be set up in Suffolk
New luxury glamping site to be set up in Suffolk. A new luxury glamping site in the Suffolk countryside has been given the go ahead. Continue reading.
Have your say on whether new nuclear power station should be built at Sizewell
Have your say on whether new nuclear power station should be built at Sizewell. The public will be able to have their say about whether a brand new nuclear power station should be built on the Suffolk coast at a series of consultation meetings. Continue reading.
Could you lead Ipswich’s fight against homelessness?
Could you lead Ipswich’s fight against homelessness? The search is on for an inspiring “natural leader” to front Ipswich’s long-running battle against homelessness. Continue reading.
Do you remember Ipswich in 1985?
Do you remember Ipswich in 1985? The Antiques Roadshow and It’s A Knockout feature in this week’s Throwback Thursday, which looks back at Ipswich in 1985. Continue reading.
New flights from Essex to the Lake District
New flights from Essex to the Lake District. The launch of commercial flights at Carlisle Lake District Airport today brings direct flights to Essex from the North West of England. Continue reading.
Today’s news from across Suffolk and north Essex
Today’s news from across Suffolk and north Essex. Follow our liveblog for all of the latest news, travel and information from across the region. Continue reading.
Revealed: The most and least expensive places to live in Suffolk
Revealed: The most and least expensive places to live in Suffolk. Seven of the ten cheapest places to live in Suffolk are in one seaside town, new figures reveal. Continue reading.
Crash victim with brain injury says skydive ‘shows how far I’ve come’ in recovery
Crash victim with brain injury says skydive ‘shows how far I’ve come’ in recovery. Daring to do a skydive at several thousand feet would be enough of a challenge for anyone. However for brave Georgia Wood, the few steps she took out of a plane really were a giant leap - as it marked just how far she has come in recovering from a devastating crash which left her severely brain damaged.
‘Staggering’ £1m cost of special school’s staff suspensions revealed
‘Staggering’ £1m cost of special school’s staff suspensions revealed. Mass staff suspensions at a Suffolk special school have cost taxpayers more than £1m – and some cases remain unresolved two years later. Continue reading.
Crowned crane chicks hatch at Colchester Zoo
Crowned crane chicks hatch at Colchester Zoo. Colchester Zoo has welcomed the arrival of two furry friends in the form of crowned crane chicks. Continue reading.
Could new Specsavers be on the way to this empty Ipswich building?
Could new Specsavers be on the way to this empty Ipswich building? Specsavers has been eyeing Ipswich offices vacated by logistics firm DHL a year ago as a new sight test clinic, it has emerged. Continue reading.
Borough pledges money to support Ipswich youngsters on Racecourse estate
Borough pledges money to support Ipswich youngsters on Racecourse estate. Fresh cash has been pledged for communities in Ipswich to tackle the reasons why youngsters turn to drugs, gangs and knife crime – and you can present your ideas on what the town needs. Continue reading.
Greater Anglia tunes up its trains on the Sudbury to Marks Tey branch line
Greater Anglia tunes up its trains on the Sudbury to Marks Tey branch line. It wasn’t just Glastonbury where the music was as hot as the weather at the weekend – rail passengers on the Gainsborough line between Sudbury and Marks Tey also found some special entertainment. Continue reading.
Three taken to hospital after car and motorbike collide
Three taken to hospital after car and motorbike collide. A west Suffolk road has been shut after a serious collision involving a car and a motorcycle. Continue reading.
‘Cars drive over my doorstep’ – Despair in Hadleigh over ‘dangerous’ road
‘Cars drive over my doorstep’ – Despair in Hadleigh over ‘dangerous’ road. Fearful pedestrians in one Suffolk town are sick of seeing cars driving along their pavement, damaging their properties and scratching their cars. Continue reading.
Ipswich mental health service ‘to close by 2021’
Ipswich mental health service ‘to close by 2021’. Inpatient beds for people with learning disabilities at an Ipswich-based mental health unit are due to close, it has emerged. Continue reading.
See inside Ipswich’s HUGE new climbing centre – complete with Europe’s highest dropslide
See inside Ipswich’s HUGE new climbing centre – complete with Europe’s highest dropslide. Ipswich will be home to the biggest Clip ‘n Climb centre in the world when it opens its doors this weekend. Continue reading.
Rogue trader must demolish his home or go to jail
Rogue trader must demolish his home or go to jail. A Suffolk rogue trader is being ordered to demolish his house - or face a prison sentence. Continue reading.
Family still living in hotel a month after devastating house fire
Family still living in hotel a month after devastating house fire. A Suffolk family who had to make a daring escape from a devastating house fire in Ipswich are still living in a hotel, a month after becoming homeless. Continue reading.
Ipswich Music Day line-up 2019: All you need to know
Ipswich Music Day line-up 2019: All you need to know. Ipswich Music Day is one of the great music events of the year. It’s a huge celebration of local talent and has much to attract families and music fans of all ages.
Live dairy displays set to take centre-stage at this year’s Tendring Show
Live dairy displays set to take centre-stage at this year’s Tendring Show. A live milking parlour is set to greet visitors to this year’s Tendring Hundred Show as an Essex dairy farmer takes on the top ceremonial position. Continue reading.
Villagers ‘no confidence’ petition in council planners over houses row
Villagers ‘no confidence’ petition in council planners over houses row. A community battling developers over controversial plans to build new homes in Bures, near Sudbury, has recorded ‘a vote of no confidence’ in council planners. Continue reading.
In pictures: Chantry Academy’s colour run
In pictures: Chantry Academy’s colour run. Add a splash of yellow, pink and blue to a fun run and you’re guaranteed to gets lots of smiling children. Continue reading.
New car park in Ipswich town centre should be open for Christmas
New car park in Ipswich town centre should be open for Christmas. An extra 59 car parking spaces are set to be created by Ipswich council in the town centre – and should be open in time for the Christmas shopping period. Continue reading.
Woman killed in Ipswich crash named by police
Woman killed in Ipswich crash named by police. A woman who died in a crash in Ipswich this morning is being named by police as 57-year-old Angela Last. Continue reading.
Electric vehicles help Ipswich to tackle its climate emergency
Electric vehicles help Ipswich to tackle its climate emergency. Ipswich council is preparing to declare a climate emergency in the town – and is marking that step by starting to replace many of its cars with electric vehicles. Continue reading.
‘Hopeless’ drug addict jailed weeks after same judge gave him chance
‘Hopeless’ drug addict jailed weeks after same judge gave him chance. A ‘hopeless’ drug addict has been jailed by the judge who offered him a second chance just weeks before he crashed a stolen car. Continue reading.
Do you know an unsung hero? Nominate them for Stars of Suffolk 2019
Do you know an unsung hero? Nominate them for Stars of Suffolk 2019. The search to find this year’s Stars of Suffolk - the ordinary people who do extraordinary things in the county has got off to a flying start.
Spider-Man flies into Stansted Airport
Spider-Man flies into Stansted Airport. Stansted Airport takes a starring role in the new Hollywood blockbuster Spider-Man: Far From Home. Continue reading.
Woman killed in two-vehicle crash on Ipswich road
Woman killed in two-vehicle crash on Ipswich road. A woman has died following a road collision in Ipswich. Continue reading.
100-year-old Cyril fulfils dream of feeding elephants
100-year-old Cyril fulfils dream of feeding elephants. A Suffolk man who always dreamt of seeing elephants in Africa was gifted the next best thing for his 100th birthday - a chance to feed the gentle giants at Colchester Zoo. Continue reading.
Motorbikers on mystery tour of Suffolk for disabled man
Motorbikers on mystery tour of Suffolk for disabled man. More than 100 motorbike enthusiasts travelled across Suffolk to raise £700 for a Somersham man born with a disability. Continue reading.
Your chance to meet famous Elmer author in Ipswich
Your chance to meet famous Elmer author in Ipswich. His books have brought joy to generations of children and inspired Ipswich’s current Elmer trail, which is being enjoyed by thousands of youngsters this summer. Continue reading.
Knives hand made in Suffolk from old car springs
Knives hand made in Suffolk from old car springs. Young craftsmen Tobias Ford and Max Clapson are reviving a centuries-old tradition and making bespoke knives in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Health officials confirm 13th death following Strep A outbreak
Health officials confirm 13th death following Strep A outbreak. A thirteenth person has died following a Strep A outbreak which has now infected 34 people in Essex. Continue reading.
Award for Ipswich Tidal Barrier set to bring down Waterfront insurance premiums
Award for Ipswich Tidal Barrier set to bring down Waterfront insurance premiums. A £67million flood defence project in Ipswich has won a top award from industry-leading engineers. Continue reading.
Serious crash closes major road into Ipswich
Serious crash closes major road into Ipswich. Police have closed a road into Ipswich following a serious collision this morning. Continue reading.
Workers at this Ipswich firm are getting 25 EXTRA days off a year
Workers at this Ipswich firm are getting 25 EXTRA days off a year. JMS Engineers are giving staff alternate Friday’s off and hope that the extra 25 days leave a year, at full pay, will mean staff will work harder while at their desks as they will feel more refreshed and ready to go. Continue reading.
Who is the new owner of Ipswich’s Tolly Cobbold brewery on Cliff Quay?
Who is the new owner of Ipswich’s Tolly Cobbold brewery on Cliff Quay? A huge new question mark hangs over the future of one of the best-known buildings in Ipswich after it emerged that the former Tolly Cobbold brewery on Cliff Quay has been sold. Continue reading.
Revealed – 11,000 homes yet to be built in two districts despite having planning permission
Revealed – 11,000 homes yet to be built in two districts despite having planning permission. Nearly 11,000 homes which have planning permission in two Suffolk districts have yet to be built, it has emerged. Continue reading.
New £150,000 fund announced to support young people in Suffolk
New £150,000 fund announced to support young people in Suffolk. A new fund will support the fresh wave of life-changing work with young people in Suffolk – with the public sector, businesses and private donors playing a crucial role. Continue reading.
Super Eight: East Anglia’s ‘kaboom!’ firms celebrate remarkable year
Super Eight: East Anglia’s ‘kaboom! ’ firms celebrate remarkable year. London Stock Exchange Group’s 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report shows East Anglian firms are making a big contribution to the UK economy, driving growth and employment.
Vote now - Which of these key improvements to Ipswich do you want to see?
Vote now - Which of these key improvements to Ipswich do you want to see? Ipswich town centre could be transformed by 12 key improvements over the next decade – if the borough can find the money to carry out the work. Continue reading.
Does the northern bypass go against the vision of a ‘greener’ Ipswich?
Does the northern bypass go against the vision of a ‘greener’ Ipswich? Opposition councillors at Mid Suffolk seem likely to vote against moves to build a new northern route across Ipswich – and are warning that the consultation launched this week gives insufficient information to residents. Continue reading.
‘There isn’t anything for us here’: Youngsters reveal their views on life in Suffolk
‘There isn’t anything for us here’: Youngsters reveal their views on life in Suffolk. Young people have voiced concerns over a lack of opportunities for them in Suffolk during an in-depth investigation into their views on life in the county. Continue reading.
Does East Anglia have what it takes to spawn a ‘unicorn’?
Does East Anglia have what it takes to spawn a ‘unicorn’? Unicorn. It’s a word thrown around conference rooms and board meetings with equal parts scepticism and hope.
Looking back to sea cadets onboard T.S Orwell in Ipswich in 1987
Looking back to sea cadets onboard T. S Orwell in Ipswich in 1987. The sea cadets set sail on the T.

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