Monthly Archives: February 2018
Last week Ipswich Labour’s candidate for Gipping Ward decided to visit the best pub in Ipswich hoping that Ipswich Labour’s Favourite Blogger was going to be in there. We have been informed that they all told her how marvellous Ipswich … Continue reading
Turkish military, and to a lesser extent Kurdish forces, are carrying out indiscriminate attacks in the embattled Syrian towns of Afrin and Azaz respectively in northern Aleppo, killing scores of civilians, according to eyewitness testimonies obtained and verified by Amnesty … Continue reading
The next South West Area Committee will be taking place at Chantry Methodist Church at 6:30PM on: Thursday 8 March 2018 Chantry Methodist Church, Kingfisher Avenue, Ipswich, IP2 0QN You can read the agenda here.
Azza Soliman – Egypt: Azza is a lawyer, a long-standing Women Human Rights Defender, and the co-founder of the Centre for Egyptian victims of torture and arbitrary detention. She has been arrested several times, and harassed by the Egyptian authorities … Continue reading
So you can get a train from Ipswich to Kennett even though there is nothing there but you can’t get a train from Ipswich to Woodbridge. Keep trains running everywhere else but the East Suffolk economy can get screwed. Of … Continue reading
Details of each crossing The main crossing is proposed to connect to the existing highway at the Rapier Street roundabout on Wherstead Road, west of the river, and at a new junction, north of Cliff Lane on Holywells Road, east … Continue reading
No trains are running between Ipswich and Lowestoft and Ipswich and Felixstowe on Tuesday 27th of February and Wednesday 28th of February and there will be no replacement bus services. This is due to the weather predicted. Of course they … Continue reading