Shock cost of Ipswich leisure

HOUSEHOLDS in Ipswich are paying £35 a year for entertainment at the town's Regent and Corn Exchange – before anyone goes to a show!That's the staggering figure included in the borough council's annual accounts, which also reveals that more than a third of its total budget is spent on sport and leisure.

HOUSEHOLDS in Ipswich are paying £35 a year for entertainment at the town's Regent and Corn Exchange – before anyone goes to a show!

That's the staggering figure included in the borough council's annual accounts, which also reveals that more than a third of its total budget is spent on sport and leisure.

But council officials fear even these figures aren't enough to save the town's crumbling Broomhill Pool.

For the full stories see tonight's Evening Star.


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