Tag Archives: Gipping Ward

A Fresh Voice For Change in Gipping

For to long, Gipping Ward has been taken for granted by its councillors. Though the Labour majority has been decreasing in the ward for the last seven years, they still have the arrogance to take it for granted. It is … Continue reading

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Priorities for Gipping Ward

For to long, Gipping Ward has been taken for granted by its councillors. Though the Labour majority has been decreasing in the ward for the last seven years, they still have the arrogance to take it for granted. It is … Continue reading

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Chantry Vale

On Saturday Ipswich Labour were in South West Ipswich disingenuously talking about the development planned for Chantry Vale. They told residents that the development is poorly planned and that there is no master plan. This isn’t true. In January this … Continue reading

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Burglary – Emlen Street, Ipswich

Between the hours of 2:30pm Saturday 18th and 9:30am Sunday 19th July, a; rucksack, passport, Toshiba notebook, Tesco Hudl and a Toshiba laptop were stolen after a home in Emlen Street, Ipswich was entered. Police would like to speak to … Continue reading

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Pews taken out of Saint Matthews Church

Saint Matthews Church is being refurbished. The work should all be finished in September This is what Saint Matts looked like this morning.

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Robbery in Portman Road

Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery in Ipswich. The incident happened in Portman Road at approximately 7pm yesterday, Monday 6 July. A 24-year-old man withdrew an amount of cash from an ATM on Norwich Road and then continued … Continue reading

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Empty houses in Ipswich

On Ipswich Labour’s website is an article about the drop in empty properties in Ipswich. Early on is this gem of a sentence. When Labour took control of the council in 2011 we made tackling the problem of empty homes … Continue reading

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