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Kings of Anglia Issue 7 Magazine Offer With Jimmy Bullard and Tristan Nydam

Catch up on what was said in Mick McCarthy’s press conference

PUBLISHED: 12:53 01 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:29 01 December 2017

Watch Mick McCarthy's press conference live. Photo: Archant

Watch Mick McCarthy's press conference live. Photo: Archant

Ipswich Town take on Nottingham Forest, at Portman Road, in a Championship match tomorrow afternoon (3pm).

As always, Mick McCarthy’s pre-match press conference from Playford Road was filmed live at 1pm.

The Blues produced a magnificent away display to win 1-0 at Derby County on Tuesday night and move back to within three points of the play-off places.

Nottingham Forest are one place and two points behind in the table (10th) having lost 2-0 at home to Cardiff City last Saturday.

Town will be without suspended duo Luke Chambers and Flynn Downes, while David McGoldrick and Tom Adeyemi remain sidelined.

Forest’s team includes former Blues goal hero Daryl Murphy, the Republic of Ireland international having scored seven goals this season.

Jimmy’s Festival kicked off with a day of novelty and nostalgia, as a host of families came together to watch both new talent and familiar faces take to the stage.

A motorcycle rider was arrested for drug driving after being found with no driving licence, no MOT and no insurance.

The director of the splash park at Alton Water that became infected with dangerous blue-green algae has announced the company will be offering full refunds to any customers unable to reschedule their bookings.

How do you Enjoy Woodbridge More? That was the question we asked our iWitness community last week.

Don’t be alarmed if the first thing you see when you arrive at Kidzfest today is a queue. It is not a sign of things to come.

An 87-year-old German-speaking man reported missing from Ipswich earlier today has been found safe and well, police have confirmed.

Alton Water is just the latest casualty of blue-green algae, as the toxic blooms have flourished in hot weather.

Families heading to Jimmy’s Farm today will want to pack plenty of suncream as forecasters predict scorching temperatures accompanied by high UV levels.

This week fans will get to meet their heroes at the Ipswich Town open day, a tradition that dates back decades.

Visitors to a popular reservoir have been told not to enter the water after dangerous blue green algae was found.

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