Andrew Papworth Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Editor south and west Norfolk firstname.lastname@example.org @andrew_papworth Ipswich Town player Will Keane’s kickabout with team of homeless people 13:15 Andrew Papworth One of Ipswich Town’s top stars kicked a ball with homeless people as part of a project to support those facing some of the toughest hardships in life. Film-making workshop held at Suffolk library 16:11 Andrew Papworth Young people made their own music videos as part of a free film-making workshop at a Suffolk library. Reality TV stars need help to deal with fame, says Suffolk MP after Love Island star’s death Yesterday, 13:09 Andrew Papworth Reality television programmes should support contestants to deal with the effects of fame of fortune, a Suffolk MP has said following the death of a leading Love Island star. Sky films in Ipswich for flagship Sunday morning show Saturday, March 16, 2019 Andrew Papworth Television crews have been filming in Ipswich after choosing it as the “perfect focus group” for assessing the mood of the country during one of the most extraordinary weeks in British politics. Video Tavis ‘had no chance to defend himself’, say police after four convicted of murder Friday, March 15, 2019 Andrew Papworth Detectives who worked to put the killers of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens behind bars say the teenager had “no chance to defend himself” from the brutal murder. Video Tavis’ father ‘glad defendants will now pay for their actions’ Friday, March 15, 2019 Andrew Papworth The father of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens has said he is pleased those who killed “our beautiful son” will pay for their actions. Muslims in Ipswich to hold prayers for victims of New Zealand mosque shootings Friday, March 15, 2019 Andrew Papworth Muslims in Suffolk are to show solidarity with the victims of the mosque attacks in New Zealand when they meet for Friday prayers today. Older people urged to stay well nourished amid malnutrition fears Thursday, March 14, 2019 Andrew Papworth Older residents receiving care at home have been given vital tips on how to stay healthy and well-nourished amid concerns of malnutrition. Children ‘on trial’ as mock court gives them a taste of the courtroom Thursday, March 14, 2019 Andrew Papworth They may seem a little young to be in a courtroom – but these children could show they are the barristers and judges of the future when they take part in a mock trial. Orwell Bridge ‘open at present’ - but closure possible for later today Thursday, March 14, 2019 Andrew Papworth Drivers using the A14 have been told the Orwell Bridge currently remains open - but could close later today due to the strong winds forecast. EADT and Star says...Serious action needed over frustrating Orwell Bridge closures Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Andrew Papworth The frustration of Orwell Bridge closures, along with the subsequent delays and disruption they cause, is something we’ve felt all too many times before. ‘A beautiful town that needs future’: Ipswich urged to embrace ‘change and progress’ ahead of major technology conference Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Andrew Papworth It is a “beautiful town” steeped in history and tradition. Homeless shelter extended to help cope with poor weather Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Andrew Papworth A shelter which is “part of an ongoing attack” on homelessness is to be extended for three weeks to protect potential rough sleepers from storms and cold weather set to batter Suffolk. Updated Orwell Bridge now closed in both directions due to ‘very strong winds’ Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Andrew Papworth Drivers have been urged to consider other routes this morning after Highways England closed the Orwell Bridge in both directions due to the “very strong winds” from Storm Gareth. How these five people from Ipswich will totally inspire you and make you think differently about life Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Andrew Papworth They are just five ordinary people based in Ipswich who met by chance. ‘Ipswich at its best!’ Santa’s tour raises £15,000 for hospital dementia care Monday, March 11, 2019 Andrew Papworth His hotly anticipated visit brought smiles to faces of children across the town. It’s no joke! Free tickets to comedy show for best gag Monday, March 11, 2019 Andrew Papworth Have you heard the one about winning free tickets to a comedy show for telling the best joke? Diets left me ‘hangry’ but now I’m full of energy, says slimmer now helping others lose weight Saturday, March 9, 2019 Andrew Papworth A woman who struggled with her weight all her adult life has overcome her problems so successfully she is now teaching others how to shed the pounds. New obstacle course run to be launched Friday, March 8, 2019 Andrew Papworth The organisers behind the already successful Whole Hog and Boss Hog events will launch the Piglet, Junior Hog at Wantisden Hall, near Woodbridge, on Sunday, June 9. Part of Ipswich town centre road to be closed for a day for emergency repairs Thursday, March 7, 2019 Andrew Papworth Part of one of Ipswich town centre’s main roads will be closed for the best part of a day so emergency repairs can be carried out. Don’t give change to homeless people – give to charities instead, outreach workers warn Thursday, March 7, 2019 Andrew Papworth When you pass a homeless person, handing them a bit of your spare change can seem like the most compassionate thing in the world to do. Bogus police officer claimed dog ‘wasn’t receiving enough water’ Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Andrew Papworth Fresh warnings have been made for people to be alert to cold callers after reports of a bogus police officer making bizarre claims in Ipswich. Police patrol estate after gang targets ‘traumatised’ residents Monday, March 4, 2019 Andrew Papworth Police have moved to reassure residents said to be afraid to leave their own homes after a gang targeted their housing estate. Video Mosque ‘here to serve the people of Ipswich’, says Muslim committee Sunday, March 3, 2019 Andrew Papworth Muslims made a heartfelt plea for Ipswich’s different faith groups to come together as they held an open day at a mosque attended by wide sections of the community. Video LISTEN: Hear amazing snippets of history from key Ipswich landmark Sunday, March 3, 2019 Andrew Papworth It is one of Ipswich’s most important and iconic landmarks - but for many, its illustrious past had become little more than a distant memory. How do I stop my child from self-harming? Saturday, March 2, 2019 Andrew Papworth To discover that your child might be self-harming is one of the most heartbreaking and difficult things to deal with as a parent. Mosque to hold open day in bid to build further links with community Saturday, March 2, 2019 Andrew Papworth Non-Muslims are being encouraged to visit a Suffolk mosque on its open day as part of the centre’s bid to build even greater links with the community. ‘Pancake party’ set to be batter than ever Saturday, March 2, 2019 Andrew Papworth It might be the time when you have to give up something you really like - but, on the flip side, the pancakes are amazing. ‘Knitted with love’ – meet the caring ‘Blanketeers’ helping hospital patients through their final days Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Andrew Papworth Their snug blankets are giving hospital patients comfort in more ways than one. Parents of sick children plea for ‘vitally important’ hospital improvements Monday, February 25, 2019 Andrew Papworth But an appeal to raise funds to give these brave children and the medical staff who support them the modern hospital they need is today a step closer to changing all that.