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Ipswich: Council officers patrol park entrances after travellers move on

10:19 10 August 2014

Travellers at Gippeswyk Park in Ipswich

Travellers at Gippeswyk Park in Ipswich

Borough council staff kept overnight watch at the entrance to parks and cemeteries in Ipswich to ensure a group of evicted travellers did not return to set up camp.

Officers were this morning parked at the main gates of Gippeswyck and Holywells Park, where small groups of travellers were camped during the week.

Ipswich Borough Council began legal proceedings to evict a group from Holywells Park on Friday and to enforce an eviction notice on travellers camped illegally at Gippeswyk Park.

It is thought that a small number of travellers had since moved onto land off London Road in Washbrook, but that just three caravans remained in the Ipswich area this morning

3 comments

  • I see them tonight when back from milton keynes one h drive from ipswich. Last week i see in gippeswyk park dirty naked kids walking alone. I call to police bt no one sort this. Where is social services.

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    lolekpalacz

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Meant to say behind Morrison's garage near the children's play area.

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    amp2904

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • They have set up camp in the playing field behind Morrison's in Felixstowe.

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    amp2904

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

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