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Landseer Park Dogs

Simon D in Maidenhall
Please be aware of two black labs and a Jack russel owned by a blonde lady. They just attacked my small dog. Left him with bleeding scratches and a dew claw ripped off. She said it was my fault because my dog was on a lead and it scared hers. The ... [ more ]
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Nick G
As someone who was brought up with dogs, various breeds over time, I was as a child bitten by a German Shepherd, my fault, I was playing and teasing him, note that, my fault. I learnt very quickly that you can't tease a dog. Even though his bite was ... [ more ]
Steve S
I have watched this topic degenerate from a polite warning to a witch hunt..the knee jerk reaction has exscuse the pun , kicked in ...muzzle dogs , ban dogs, keep them on a lead ... ok Ban cars , they kill and injure , ban cigarettes the kill and maim ... [ more ]

Asda trolley's

Angela C in Ipswich Town Centre
$ Asda trolley’s all parked together in Stoke park drive, it is the same chap that takes them isn't there any cctv or security to stop this ?
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Brian B
Not quite. The car owner would be responsible not the manufacturer; or rather the person driving the car with or without permission. The trolleys belong to ASDA. If they allow people to remove them from their premises then they should take ... [ more ]
Ruth L
It must be contagious, I saw a couple parked in Montgomery Road last week, and even someone else is partial to Iceland trollies cos two were parked in Grimwade Street but by the morning they had moved across the road to land up in St Clements Church lane?

Electric Bicycles

Robert R in White House
Can anyone recommend an electric bike or a shop which sells them. I've been to Halfords and was astonished that they don't stock them or seem to have any interest in them. I can find manufacturers and dealers on line of course but as the bikes cost ... [ more ]
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Lyn D
Halfords at euro park were really helpful. I bought mine from there last month in the sale for under £500, it's a fold up bike too. Nippy, attractive and lots of fun. Good luck

Demolition work

Mark O in Priory Heath
Hi all do anyone know why demolition have come to a halt on Felixstowe road opposite the co op As I know that there's gonna be some new buildings there but just wandering why everything has come to a halt.

Sushi to go

Ipswich Entrepreneur in Chantry
I hear that a new restaurant (and takeaway) is to open in Fore St selling sushi. Something I feel was long overdue in Ipswich, plenty of Chinese, Indian and Asian fusion...  Does anyone know any further information about it? I stumbled across a ... [ more ]

Recommendations for Solicitors in Ipswich

A. Local in Ipswich Town Centre
Has anyone had recent experience of any local solicitors? Family law in particular? Some ideas on fees for hourly appointments would also be helpful :)
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Another New Beginners Tai Chi Class!

Suffolk Tai Chi Academy Ipswich in Suffolk Tai Chi Academy Ipswich
It's a busy time for Suffolk Tai Chi Academy.   A new Beginners Class starts in Ipswich. Tuesday13th September 2016, 2:00-3:30pm. Location the Dove St Inn on Grimwade St and Dove St. IP4 2LA. £2.00 per class. Your instructor will be our newest ... [ more ]
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Teresa P in Ipswich Town Centre
Hi Can anyone recommend a gym please. My friend and I really would like to join one but really needs to be a reasonable price. Would love peoples feedback.  Many Thanks.
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Richard G
If cost is an issue then you don't even need a gym , just walking instead of bus taxi or car has a great effect. Knowing what you want to achieve by joining a gym would help. Many women don't like gyms once they get in them , have you previous ... [ more ]
Teresa P
Richard G , I don`t drive, I walk, I am active. I want to tone up. Yes I have visited gyms. If I had experienced one by use then I would of not asked about them in the first place. And yes cost is a factor, I do not want to pay out a costly contract, ... [ more ]

Electrician please

Beth T in Gainsborough
Hi Everyone, can any of you recommend a good and reliable electrician please. Thanks
Richard F
G & L home improvements. Does everything around the home and is a qualified electrician. Very good at what he does. 07775 738630 & speak to Gavin.

Fold up bicycle

Joan L in Greenwich
I have an older fold up bike. Could do with some tidying up but has good tyres and brakes. Free to anyone who would like it.
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Christopher R in Broke Hall
I am looking for a five draw chest of draws and a matching bedside cabinet free or for sale also I am looking for a grass spiker inbox me or phone 07766948640 thankyou

Chimney Cowls

Teresa T in Castle Hill
Can anyone recommend someone who fits chimney cowls? I have had problems with birds falling down the chimney.
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Senior Citizens' Concert

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Copleston High School
Jo B in Ipswich Town Centre
A FREE event, presented by Ipswich East Rotary Club and Suffolk Age UK, featuring the Suffolk Over 50's Brass Band and Richard Whymark, East Anglia's funniest comedian and ventriloquist. Refreshments and Raffle. For FREE seats contact 01473 359911
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Jo B
Ideally for those of pensionable age ie 65 for males, 60 for women, or there abouts. If you're younger but need to accompany someone eg anyone with difficulty with mobility, sight, dementia etc then that would be perfectly acceptable.

Nacton Road ex-pub name

Holywells W in California
Your starter for ten! Who can tell me the name of the pub that stood on the corner of Nacton Rd/Levington Rd and is now Juliettes hairdressers? Juliettes has been there 30 years, so it must have been shut a long time ago. No prizes, I was just ... [ more ]
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Spotty Dog
I have a 1958 Kelly's directory and it states the occupants of the corner shop which is 243 Nacton Road as Percy Fowler (grocers), The next number is 249 where E.G. Coleman (grocer) lived and 251 where Whitmore A, B & G (Confectioners) lived. ... [ more ]
Roger A
The confectioners survived well into the '80s if not longer?  No mean feat.

holywell allotment open day 21st ofAugust

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Stuart G
yes there will be veg on sale and 1st prize in the raffle is a fridge, plant stall, cake dogs etc


Brian B in Gainsborough
Today in Ipswich we had Sky Ride with a few mindless idiots, in the minority I must add, who seemed to think Upper Brook St was a 100 mtr race track. Now let's have Car Ride! Turn of all of the traffic lights in Ipswich for a week and let's see what ... [ more ]
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Linda C
there was an idiot in a car who came to Duke Street which was closed off and there were enough signs to show him but he still tried to go through and was not allowed the police were there too so he had to turn the car around and go right back round ... [ more ]
Linda K
Sounds a great idea Martin C, but there are still people who attend church services in the town centre on a Sunday morning and require 'door to door' transport  because of age or disability. Perhaps an afternoon closure?

Domestic Help

Sue F in Gainsborough
Last time I advertised our need for 2hrs weekly cleaning help in the house I found someone who has proved hard working and thorough, but for acceptable reasons is finishing soon. We are a senior couple just needing some extra help now. Ironing would ... [ more ]
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Katherine D
Hi there l have a few clients at the moment, and have an opening l live in the ip3 area of ipswich and like to do a good job! If interested contact me 07872123700 thankyou.


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Ipswich Town Centre - Another White Elephant?

Paul C in Broke Hall
I've just been sent a survey about a proposed redevelopment of Ipswich Cornhill that involves building some weird tower or water feature on the Cornhill.  Am I the only one who thinks that what Ipswich Town Centre needs isn't another expensive white ... [ more ]
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Nick G
The main road to Martlesham as cycle path? Let me point out, that this cycle path is actually on the side of the road coming into town, so if you have cycled out of Ipswich you have to cross oncoming traffic to use it, and there is not a safe crossing ... [ more ]
Pauline D
Cyclists - I love you all and admire you - I only wish that I had the stamina and courage to ride through the town.   I regularly drive through the town 4 - 5 times every week and have not ever encountered any problems with cyclists even in the rush ... [ more ]

Stolen Bike

Bob A in Maidenhall
I have had a bike stolen from my shed in the back garden IP3 9DE. The shed was secure, the lock and hasp was jemmied. The bike was a Merid 100 with a £300 extras fitted including Rock Shox 39TK Gold Air 29er ser no 152043364789 710845726552. ... [ more ]
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Andrew T (the first) of stoke
90% of the stuff she buys she sells on at a bit of a profit, loads of people seem to  have little idea of what stuff can be sold for and they often advertise good brands without mentioning the brand at a "buy it now" price.       she also splits up ... [ more ]
Nick G
I used to live in the IP3 area of the town, and sadly the theft of bikes rose in line with an influx of certain people into the area. Mine was stolen from my back garden, chained to a waste pipe, the a.holes sawed through waste pipe and broke back ... [ more ]

LPG Gas fire

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Kaspas Desserts

Ipswich Entrepreneur in Chantry
Has anyone been? Kaspas Desserts on Upper Brook St. Not my thing, however, I went past at about 8.55am and was surprised to see ice cream. Is this yesterday's ice cream no one had bothered to dispose of (but would replace before opening) or do they ... [ more ]
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Jennifer H
One thing I wasnt keen on was that 1 min before they were due to open staff were going in the door its a bit expensive but I had a taste of my g daughters waffle and it was nice as we hadnt much time to stay in there long I cant comment further

dog poo on path

Neva R in Blacksmith's Corner
I'm fed up with avoiding dog poo on the path in jovian way. I walk up their every week to pick my grandchildren up and there is always lots of dog poo all the way up the path. People who let their dog do that shouldn't be allowed to have pets.
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Tony B
Alex G..Neva might live in Blacksmiths outside the borough but she was commenting on Jovian Way inside the borough!

A New Beginners Tai Chi class in Kesgrave.

Suffolk Tai Chi Academy Ipswich in Suffolk Tai Chi Academy Ipswich
A new Beginners Class starts in Kesgrave on the Monday 12th September 2016 10am at Scout Hall Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, Ipswich IP5 1JF Your instructor will be John Robertson The Suffolk Tai Chi Academy formed three years ago in Ufford, near ... [ more ]
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Road closures

John E in Rushmere St Andrew
Its been done again, close roads at the busiest time in the town on a Friday for a charity event (dont know what) and road works. Took taxi nearly 30 mins to do 500 mts !!!
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John E
Since I was in the hands of other people and could not control my movements also I was accompany my wife who is disabled.I agree with charity events they need to be better organised
Jackie T
Richard G - Apologies if you felt I was critical of John E- It was not my intention, maybe his beef should be with the Taxi firm, they should have known there were road closures and maybe should have told him and suggesed alternative route??. I found ... [ more ]