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The manager at business centre Basepoint Ipswich, Alison Morrissey, is planning to jump out of a plane for a charity that supports the elderly.
Spitfires are at the centre of plans for a `walking trail’ set to take over Martlesham Heath this summer.
Regency marine villa at Southwold.
Children’s author and illustrator Jill Barklem, who lived at Pin Mill, was inspired by family sailing on the river to write Sea Story - a tale of sailing mice.
Only three small sites now remain available on the Ransomes Europark commercial and retail estate in Ipswich following the acquisition of a further 1.34 acres by Edison House Group.
A scheme has been launched to help new arts companies and businesses across the region to grow and create employment in the “cultural economy.”
Suffolk Business Women is hosting a unique networking event which will set out how insights from clinical psychology can bee used to improve workplace productivity.
Practical support for entrepreneurs and new business start-ups on courses at the Eastern Enterprise Hub.
Growing software firm is taking larger Ipswich town centre offices in Crown House.
Terraced house compelely overgrown by ivy sold by auction - for more than half a million pounds.
PEP&CO, Britain’s fast-growing fashion brand, has revealed it will open a second ‘shop-in-shop’ in Ipswich on Friday, May 12.
Regional recruitment agency Pure Resourcing Solutions has a new landmark Ipswich office, in the transformed former Co-operative Bank building in Princes Street.
Ipswich-based Sanctuary Personnel is celebrating after being presented with three of the biggest awards within the recruitment sector at The Recruiter Awards for Excellence.
Two million British people started new businesses in the past three years - and many turn to their hobbies for inspiration.
Carpentry masters at Bloor Homes to pass on their skills to new apprentices in the construction industry.
Impressive craftsmanship as new thatched roof takes shape at Martlesham Antiques Centre
Ipswich-based Jenny Wren’s Yarns is among crafts stores across the country which will be taking part in the fourth annual Yarn Shop Day, which takes place on Saturday, May 6.
Auctioneers Lacy Scott & Knight invest £350,000 in a growing auction business.
A group of Essex people now have the skills to open start-up businesses in health and social care, having just graduated from an innovative pilot programme teaching entrepreneurial skills to people with a care background.
Explore the world of coding at the Waterfront Raspberry Pi event
A new display window on Ipswich Waterfront has been created to tell the story of the growth of Cliff Quay and the modern Ipswich port.
With 60 years in the retail business, shopkeeper David Coe still has no plans for retirement.
Two holiday parks in Suffolk are under new ownership after being sold.
Chelmsford continues to be attractive for major commercial investors - says Savills.
A Regency mansion, which was once home to the wealthy Courtauld family, has been put up for sale - and is already attracting a lot of interest.
A restoration project pledging to breathe new life into a former Ipswich bank could soon see the historic building transformed into a different kind of landmark.
Alan d Hairdressing Education is celebrating the success of its Ipswich team in reaching the L’Oréal Colour Trophy grand final in London in the Men’s category.
Bloor Homes announces plans for 180 new homes north of Woods Lane, Melton
The towering Winerack – the skeletal apartment building on Ipswich Waterfront halted by the economic recession – is to finally be completed with £20m from the public sector.
Ipswich charity FIND (Families in Need) has been chosen as its charity of the year by the Genesis PR agency.