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A new heritage centre for Suffolk's historic records has a new piece of history - albeit one which will certainly not be on show to visitors for a few years yet.
The skeleton of the new "The Hold" heritage centre and records office in Ipswich is now taking shape on the campus of the University of Suffolk.
It may be a place full of old, ancient relics but Ipswich Museum is reviewing how it engages with its visitors through the use of the very latest technology.
Membership fees are to be increased by the National Trust from the beginning of next month to help generate cash to pay for conservation work - and two of its biggest projects are in Suffolk.
David Kindred looks at the history behind Ipswich's medieval church St Clement's which is located between Fore Street and Star Lane.
Ipswich council is expected to spend £300,000 of its own money on developing a proposal to restore the town's museum - on top of the £461,600 granted by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Work to prepare for construction work on a new record office and heritage centre for Ipswich is nearing completion.
What surprised me most was how funny this was. I'd expected something, I don't know, heavier?
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Work to create The Hold heritage centre in the heart of Ipswich is now well under way - with heavy piling due to start on the site later this month.
Suffolk villagers have taken ownership of their last remaining pub - more than five years after a major fire devastated the historic inn.
Heritage Open Days return to the county this September with two jam-packed weekends of free events.
Campaign funding to make Ipswich the most hedgehog friendly town in England has come to an end with a beautiful parade along the Ipswich waterfront.
A review into the future of how the Landguard area of Felixstowe is managed is set to take place, as question marks loom over its future funding.
A historic church in Mid Suffolk is hosting a weekend of celebrations following a successful restoration project costing upwards of £370,000.
The Holywells parks five year project which uncovered and recently restored a Victorian ice house has ended.
Ipswich council is set to pledge a further £500,000 to the Broomhill Pool redevelopment project in a bid to ensure it can go ahead as planned next year.
The team at the world famous National Trust Sutton Hoo site are going on tour while work gets underway on its £4million revamp.
Hedgehog lovers have vowed to keep fighting for the survival of their favourite spiky creatures as a project to become the country's most hedgehog friendly town ends with stunning celebration.
A Suffolk MP paid a visit to a town church as renovation work to replace the roof at the historic building nears completion.
Plans to restore and reopen Broomhill Pool in Ipswich have hit a new funding crisis - but the consortium hoping to carry out the work still hopes to open its gates in two years' time.
A Suffolk village is set to buy its last remaining pub more than five years after the historic building was devastated by fire.
Suffolk's archaeological service has been boosted by a five figure lottery grant for "internationally important" work uncovering the county's Anglo-Saxon history.
During a week like this, I really couldn't resist a further comment on the extraordinary summer we have been "enjoying" as the Summer of 1976 has given us a full re-run.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester will be visiting the famous historical site next Friday ahead of major work taking place at the site later this year.
A multi-million pound national centre and gallery dedicated to the work of celebrated Suffolk artist Thomas Gainsborough is set to go ahead after the National Lottery awarded £4.5million towards the project.