Saturday April 21: American Cemetery, Cambridge and King's College Chapel.
Sunday May 20: Borin Van Loon's The Secret Signs of Ipswich - an evening walk.
Tuesday June 12: Bradenham Hall gardens, Norfolk
Saturday July 21: Penshurst Place, Kent
Winter Illustrated Talks at Museum St Methodist Church (entrance in Black Horse Lane); all talks start at 7.30pm and free tea, coffee and biscuits are provided afterwards. All are welcome.
Wednesday January 17: Dr Edward Packard, University of Suffolk, The Basque Refugee Children in Suffolk, 1937-1939.
Wednesday February 21: Brendan Keaney, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Dance East at the Jerwood Centre, Ipswich.
Wednesday March 14: Russell Williams, Chief Executive of Ipswich Borough Council.
Ipswich Society Annual General Meeting: Wednesday April 18,7.30pm: followed by a talk by Suffolk County Council Highways Engineer, Suzanne Buck, on the Upper Orwell Crossings. Waterfront Building, University of Suffolk.
Ipswich Tourist Guides start their 2018 programme of 'Afternoon Tea Walks' on 18th January. Why not wrap up warm and join them for one of the themed walks each ending at a local café for a hot drink and a slice of cake? The total cost is £8 per person and the walks continue on selected days through to 25 April. The walk scheduled for Friday 26 January will focus on some of the fascinating Ipswich men and women commemorated by Ipswich Society blue plaques. Full details available from Tourist Information Centre. Advance booking essential.