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Lark in the Park returns to Ipswich this Sunday

A much-loved family fun day that has been going for almost two decades will be returning to Ipswich this weekend.



Motorcyclist suffers potentially life-changing injury during Ipswich crash

A man is in hospital with a possibly life-changing injury after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car last night.



Fire crews rush to open air blaze in Ipswich

Four engines were sent to tackle a fire covering a huge area of undergrowth in Ipswich this evening.



Comedian Joe Pasquale opens nightclub at Ipswich care home

A care home in Ipswich is helping residents recover their mojo by dancing the night away at a specially designed nightclub.



Traffic concerns raised at public display for potential Martlesham police HQ 250 homes

Early plans to develop the Martlesham police headquarters into 250 homes went on display for the first time yesterday.




 Evening Star News

Latest Weather

Ipswich District
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18.83°C
Clouds: 40%
Humidity: 68%
Wind: 4.6 m/s
Pressure: 1021hpa

Top Rated Restaurants

Zizzi Italian Restaurant 10 out of 10 Zizzi Italian Restaurant
Trongs 10 out of 10 Trongs
Indian Palace 10 out of 10 Indian Palace
Frankie & Bennys 10 out of 10 Frankie & Bennys
The Golden Ship Inn 10 out of 10 The Golden Ship Inn

Latest comments:

Jessops
Alan Jessop was a contempory of mine and a good friend. ...
Jessops 10 out of 10 28 April 2013

Indian Palace
The Best Indian restaurant in Ipswich !!! Great Dishes,very helpful staff and excellent value !!!! ...
Indian Palace 10 out of 10 22 April 2013

Masha Of India
The food at Masha has never let me down real good indian food served by friendly staff and the kitchens are spotless 5 star....
Masha Of India 10 out of 10 27 March 2013

Red Lion
very good food and a good price recomended ...
Red Lion 9 out of 10 16 March 2013

Zizzi Italian Restaurant
This is by far the best Italian in Ipswich food looks and tastes amazing you can really taste the freshness the portions are good as well the garlic bread is hu...
Zizzi Italian Restaurant 10 out of 10 25 February 2013


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Upcoming Events

Stonham Barns Sunday Car Boot is back on 18th March from 8am #carboot

24 June 2018
First of the year and we are growing every year. Come and sell at Suffolk's friendliest Sunday car Boot - still only £5 to sell at.

Stonham Barns Sunday Car Boot on 29th April from 8am #carboot

24 June 2018
Suffolk's friendliest Sunday Car Boot from 8am this Sunday, sell from only £5.

Stonham Barns Traditional Sunday Car Boot on 17th June from 8am

24 June 2018
Another big crowd expected with the Stonham Barns Sunday Car Boot this Sunday. Come & sell at the Car Boot from £5.

National Youth Dance Company with Sharon Eyal | Used To Be Blonde

12 July 2018
National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) are working with guest Artistic Director Sharon Eyal this summer.

Baby Loves To Boogie

19 August 2018
Every year Ipswich comes together for a weekend of fun with the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

The History of Ipswich

The History of Ipswich - Carol TwinchEver thought that Ipswich was a town lacking in historical clout? Think again. As long ago as 1200 King John himself thought Ipswich important enough to receive a royal charter, while archaeology carried out over the last 30 years proves conclusively that it is one of England's oldest towns.

From the Anglo-Saxon 'Gipeswic' to the Victorian ship-building mecca, Ipswich has a tradition of sustained historical significance. High time then, that the story of Ipswich is told in full.

In this fascinating new title, renowned local author Carol Twinch sets out to do just that, and in her investigation of the last 1,400 years in Suffolk's primary conurbation she unearths much to capture the interest of the budding local historian. Narrated with wit and charm, this illustrated account of Ipswich's history is a true delight. Not to be missed.

The History of Ipswich is published by Breedon Books and is priced at £9.99. Available from all good bookshops, The History of Ipswich can also be bought online at www.breedonbooks.co.uk, or by calling 01332 384235.