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A new All Star Rock School has been launched in Limerick Close. Headed by professional musicians it meets every Monday to unearth hidden Ipswich talent
La Tour Cycle Café, one of Ipswich’s most popular eateries and community venues on the town’s Waterfront, is closing for good, it has been announced.
More secure cycle places have been provided at Ipswich station after complaints from cyclists
The number of Suffolk Punch foals increased to 33 last year from 28 in 2018, a welcome increase for the endangered breed
The first new Greater Anglia train operating on Suffolk routes out of Ipswich has gone into service on the Felixstowe branch.
National Trust Ickworth will be launching a brand-new sound and light-based experience this winter within the historic grounds of the Italianate Garden and Victorian Stumpery.
Ipswich has been gifted a splash of colour this winter following the arrival of wild parrots in Christchurch Park
The Ship Inn at Levington is hoping to be able to re-open its doors this weekend, in time for the busy Christmas period.
Plans have been unveiled to transform a field near Stowmarket into a community woodland and meeting place.
A hoard of Anglo-Saxon coins discovered in a field by an amateur detectorist has fetched £90,000 at auction – three times its original estimate.
A scrapyard near Ipswich, has Great Blakenham’s Sackers, have given two Suffolk charities a Christmas windfall after donating £20,000 found in an old safe to good causes.
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