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Carol Service at Broke Hall

The 4th "Carols on the Green" led by St Augustine's Church and Rushmere Christian Fellowship, based at St Alban's High School, occurred last Saturday afternoon, at the green area opposite Penshurst Road shops.

Waterfront Counsel

And so the Festive Season has begun and as we look back on 2017, we start to look forward to 2018, Cllr Liz Harsant writes in the latest "Waterfront Life" magazine.

Delivered: 3 Clear Promises

Our Prime Minister, Theresa May made three clear promises right at the start of the Brexit negotiations. A deal on citizens’ rights. No hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. A fair financial settlement.

Paul supports the Night Shelter

Conservative County Cabinet Member for Ipswich, Cllr Paul West, donated from his locality budget to help fund new mattresses at the Ipswich Winter Night Shelter.

A Bold New Rail Strategy

Rail passengers deserve a more reliable, more efficient service. We will deliver it by ending the one-size-fits-all approach of franchising and bringing closer together the best of the public and private sector. 

Chris supports the Phoenix Project

Conservative County Councillor Chris Chambers has given a grant to the Phoenix Project, a charity setup in Fonnereau Road, Ipswich to help people suffering from mental illnesses.

Dealing with gang-related problems, by Cllr Ian Fisher

On behalf of the Conservative group at Ipswich Borough Council, Conservative Group Leader, Ian Fisher, proposed a motion at November's Council meeting.

"This Council agrees that working together with other agencies and local authorities to find a solution to the gang-related problems, and the exploitation of vulnerable people, currently taking place on the streets of our Town will be a high priority for Ipswich Borough Council."