May 27 2015 Latest news:
This weekend marks the 70th anniversary of VE Day, the day that peace ruled in Europe.
It was a celebration like no other. After nearly six long, dark years, the war was over – and it was time to party time in Ipswich.
A major exhibition in Ipswich highlights the effect of The Great War on Suffolk’s soldiers and the families left at home. Steven Russell hears some of the poignant stories
The Suffolk Constabulary was established (in its present form) on April 1, 1967 combining those forces that had previously served West Suffolk, East Suffolk and the County Borough of Ipswich, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.
David Kindred shared photos of the Whitton and Whitehouse areas of Ipswich recently and readers have responded with their memories.