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John Norman

The public is being asked for its views on what should be the next part of central Ipswich to get a facelift now that work on the Cornhill has finished.

David Ellesmere

A clear majority of people want to see Ipswich market stay where it is when the Cornhill reopens at the end of the month - they do not want to see stalls return to the front of the Town Hall.

David Ellesmere

Members of the Ipswich Society are being asked whether they want to see the market return to the Cornhill or stay in its current position when the work in the town centre is completed at the end of October.

David Ellesmere

Thousands of people eager to learn about Suffolk's historic county town flocked to Ipswich to visit some of its most treasured buildings.

John Norman

A six-figure sum has been awarded to "bring to life" plans for a new Suffolk records office and heritage centre.

John Norman

Dozens of treasured Ipswich buildings will be throwing open their doors to the public next month, as the Ipswich Heritage Open Days return.

John Norman

A key building at a top school in Ipswich has been given Grade II-listed status in honour of its "innovative design".

John Norman

Even before the Munich Crisis of 1938 preparations were being made for the possibility of another war, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society, as he looks at the history of the town's air raid shelters.

John Norman

I was given a postcard the other day with the suggestion that I researched the history of the building featured, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

John Norman

Granting a charter to Ipswich was a win-win situation for us and two kings, as John Norman, of The Ipswich Society, explains.

John Norman

Suffolk is blessed with an almost endless number of pretty villages: some of national importance, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.
Some of thes evillages are frequently used as backdrops for TV programmes or major feature films. But there is one, so close to the centre of Ipswich, that hardly features on anyone's radar.

John Norman

Ipswich is blessed with twelve medieval churches; (thirteen if we include St Mary and St Botolph's at Whitton), writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

John Norman

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