August 30 2015 Latest news:
Ipswich town centre is constantly evolving as shoppers’ habits change.
The war in Europe might have ended in May, 1945, but the violence continued in the Far East for more than three months. On the 70th anniversary of VJ Day, we hear the stories of some of the men who fought so very far from home.
There is no better place to start a walk along St Helen’s Street than under “Major Convenience”, the public sculpture that enlivens the public toilets at Major’s Corner.
The Queen’s arrival in Ipswich in 1961 marked the first official visit by a reigning monarch for four centuries.
If your knowledge about the Cobbold dynasty and its long-lost mansion has grown a bit hazy, Steven Russell has just the book for you.