The concert in Christchurch Park by Phoenix Brass and sponsored by the Society will be on Sunday, 19 July, 2.30-4.30 pm
Old Custom House was described by Pevsner as "remarkably original" - praise indeed from such a stern critic. We hope this superb building will continue to be fully used.
BT is cutting jobs: Willis is offering unpaid or partly-paid leave because of current economic problems. Ipswich is not immune from the recession although better off than some.
Butts and Gum bins attached to lamp posts in Tavern Street are a new provision which we hope will work. Is the mess caused by chewing gum a very British problem?
Global Fruits in Butter Market is not only a good example of the sort of local shop members say they want but its range of fruit and vegetables fully justifies its name.
It's sad to record the death of the distinguished Norwich-based architect, Sir Bernard Feilden - but interesting to note that his grandfather was Brightwen Binyon, architect of the Ipswich Corn Exchange. The firm of Feilden and Mawson designed the conversion for Contship on the Waterfront which set a high standard of such modernisation.