Can anyone recommend a good Carpenter to make 2 Wooden Gates:- 6'2" x 4'6" 3' x 6'1" Thanks
Alan at ADC Carpentry - excellent
Thanks everyone that's great
Streetlife have closed our NBP debate down which is their policy to do so after six mouths-- and I think we ought to thank Streetlife for allowing us to run for that length of time-- should we keep this continuation going at least until we get the ... [ more ]
Having had hospital appointments last Monday I got behind on the news etc. I have now had the chance to catch up some what -- thanks to Not Ks Ipswich spy link -- and David Rs mention of the Ipswich Star report of the 17 Oct -- and have had a good ... [ more ]
Well done on Radio Suffolk Watchful, you spoke well for so many of us, if there is a public meeting please let us know, I'm sure many of us will come along and support you.
We are in need of a new Hall for our Thursday afternoon class. It is held at the moment at Henley Community Hall. We have had to step aside for the Playgroup. So we need a new home close to Henley if possible. Your suggestions would be appreciated. ... [ more ]
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Tuddenham village hall?
Why not try Kesgrave Scout Group Scout Hall? http://kesgravescouts.org.uk/apps/contao3/hall-hire.html
Hi , can any one recommend a flue sweep contractor for a woodburning stove in the Ipswich area. What kind of price do they charge. Thanks Ian
Thanks for all your suggestions. I will check out your leads. Much appreciated
If your into DIY we bought our own brush and rods and do it ourselves. It's paid for itself over the years.
My daughter (pillion passenger) and I have just taken up motorcycling after I last had a bike back in 1979. I am still a little rusty (so is the bike a Honda CBR1000f) but gaining experience every time I ride. To get into the swing of things, we have ... [ more ]
Terry W, seems that there are a growing number of motorcyclists in Ipswich. I don't know about historic comparisons but I would say there are more in the last 5 years than before. I think vlogs on youtube and filtering have made it popular; with ... [ more ]
Sorry my delay in responding to your messages but I only sometimes dip into social networking then dip out. If it helps Jan, I am an old fogey as well, but mentally alert. I get by mostly on will power... Thanks for the feedback Ipswich Entrepreneur - ... [ more ]
Carr st old Coop to become a central school? for over 450 places Will it have a play ground? Will over 50 % of the children be brought to school by car? How will this be catered for? Ipswich bogged down already with traffic problems. A central school ... [ more ]
It would be better as a care home to help the Hospital to clear the bed blocking ....
Perhaps IBC should be talking to Needham Market, they have a school that has become spare! No doubt to be turned into yet more housing. Where is the joined up thinking.
It appears that B & M are planning to open in the recently closed Poundland in Carr Street. I saw this in the window today.
Home bargains and Pound stretcher... loved them both in Midlands when visited friends...
To be fair, it isn't a democracy in enterprise. Businesses will go where they think the money is. You could petition for IKEA etc. to come to Ipswich but unless they see a business case they won't. Sad to say, looking at the area from an outsider ... [ more ]
Hi all! I need to get the top stair repaired/ replaced. It has broken and feels precarious to tread on. Looking at it, it is a consequence of some electric cables being laid and a notch cut out for them which weakened the structure and eventually ... [ more ]
I have recently had spine operation and was on Martlesham ward. Apart from the fact that I was in pain and couldn't move much, it wasn't a bad experience at all. Everyone was pleasant and respectful, the food was fine (quite tasty actually) and ... [ more ]
If your into Facebook the hospital has a page The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. I'm sure they would like to hear positive feedback. Hope you make a speedy recovery.
I have had both hips replaced and was on Martlesham ward both times the second time was over a Christmas period. I honestly believe I could not have been treated better had I gone private apart from maybe having my own room but personally I preferred ... [ more ]
Went to Case is Altered Saturday night,new owners,been really cleaned up,great night,good prices as well. All the gloom of all pubs closing down in Ipswich,be nice to see this one used by locals,give it a go.
The new owner seems to have spent a fair bit of money cleaning and decorating the place and also has started to introduce live music, so hopefully it will last as long as possible. Just need people to appreciate it and use it. Prices of beer better ... [ more ]
hopefully with support from the community,the case will thrive.
We walk down to the Waterfront regularly to make use of the great cafes and restaurants there (and the cycle shop!) but are continuously dismayed by the extent of long term rubbish floating in the water in front of the University building. There is ... [ more ]
Perhaps if the Ipswich street wardens spent more time monitoring people littering and not lurking in shop doorways smoking and stubbing their cigarette ends out on the ground we might have a cleaner town. just a suggestion
Not at all. When people leave uni (this applies at pretty much every UK uni regardless of how prestigious they are or where they come in the league tables) they rarely walk into high skilled work. I am referring to the university effect acting as a ... [ more ]
Kesgrave Community Centre are seeking someone to take care of their facilities at weekends, someone who is reliable, efficient and flexible to work as a Caretaker in their busy centre providing support for the many events and activities that take ... [ more ]
A gentleman just knocked on my door to see if we owned a black and white cat which he had just found dead in the valley road. We didn't and don't know who does but if it's yours you know why it hasn't come home.
What a kind & considerate gentleman, taking the time to try and find out who the cat belonged to. I hope if I ever lose a much loved pet I don't get the news from you Brian P
Needs to be taken to a vet to scan for micro-chip.
Can anyone recommend a good ,reliable, understanding NHS dentist for a very nervous person who has had past problems .
Hi. The dentist has an arrangement with 'The Norbridge' (which is next to the dentist) for parking.
That's lovely thank you for the info was concerned about the parking
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce South Kiln, Felaw Maltings, Ipswich
This course is for anyone who would like to improve their communication skills, whether for business, to advance their career or to be more effective in their community groups. Job interviews, wedding speeches, sales pitches and getting your ... [ more ]
does any body know of a cheep clock mender thanks
Mr Booth Ipswich 727746 not sure what you call cheap but you can give him a ring and find out 😊
Am trying to find out if anyone knows if Ipswich Hospital have a charity where you can send in knitting for the baby unit? Have they done this in the past, did it work, does it still exist now? Am in a group on fb, but that's helping out hospitals up ... [ more ]
I saw on the FB page that they are 4inches square, I took a chance and used 25 stitches and then later read they use 21. I think it's only a guide though, I noticed in a couple of photos that someone makes triangles. I've been knitting since I was a ... [ more ]
There is a charity shop called Cherry Blossoms at 199 Bramford Lane (next to the Co-op and the Post Office) that supports a free and confidential listening and support service for unplanned pregnancies, miscarriage, baby loss and termination. They ... [ more ]
Hi does can anyone recommend a handyman, Thank you
Hi, if you're still looking I'm availabe for almost any sort of handyman type jobs!
Hi I've got a cleaner and a gardener, now just need a handy man. Over time we want a variety of mainly outdoor jobs, specifically clearing an overgrown area at the bottom of our garden to get it ready for paving. We'll be ready ready for work to be ... [ more ]
I went to the Little Waitrose shop in the Ipswich Town Hall complex today (Saturday 1st. October 2016) and was disappointed to find that after many weeks there is still a large accumulation of pigeon droppings across the joint entrance shared by ... [ more ]
Susan, I wasn't referring to seagulls and although they are both birds, pigeons and seagulls are not even closely related. I don't think our native pigeons migrate but who cares, they are an annoyance anyhow.
Will this suit you the Corprolite that is in the door way of the concil office and supermarket has been there for year I complained that it was filthy it was clean once those flying rats drop their Corprolite any where. For those who do not what ... [ more ]
Good afternoon can anyone recommend and good gardener and a good cleaner, thanks in advance
Hello... To be honest I have no clue as I myself have recently joined.. I guess the easy thing to do is to take my mobile number or landline and call me... Regards Barbi...
One down two to go, I now have a gardener
Sick to death of waiting in traffic due to roadworks. Wouldn't be so bad if I could see someone working! I am a home carer and don't get paid for my time in between visits; so although my hourly rate is reasonable it probably equates to below minimum ... [ more ]
I am of the understanding that SCC manages and authorise utilities company's Road works. They can impose fines on utilities companies and do raise considerable income from agreeing utility companies to work on our Roads Its a pity with all the money ... [ more ]
Fred, the problem is utility companies have a licence to dig up roads; they don't need the local authority's (or HA's) permission.
Spate of car break in's Cotswold/Cheltenham ave area, all please be warned.
Also one broken into Thursday night/Friday morning in Riverside Road
Attempted in Tuddenham Rd ( northern section) 4 weeks ago, 3am. They were disturbed by alert neighbour. Nb police came immediately on being called: commendable.
Does anyone fancy the idea of starting up a Death Cafe? It's where people can go and chat about all things death related and anything else too, but primarily death and dying. I feel that we don't talk about death and dying enough in this country, ... [ more ]
I am hoping to come to the 2pm one please.
ML> Excellent. I look forward to seeing you there.
Please does anyone know of a cheap t.v. Repair person. Maybe someone retired or similar.
K.g.d. electronics on bramford road are very good and very reasonable.
Thanks to the moron who dumped his days rubbish in my grey bin in Henley Road last night! Newspapers, plastic bottles all on top with a very good chance that the grey bin men would refuse it! Just for good measure, a leaking plastic water bottle, ... [ more ]
What an odd thing for someone to do. I suppose it was at least in a bin and not just thrown down on the verge. We sometimes do a litter sweep along our lane, collecting up all the stuff people throw out of their cars and we have once or twice put the ... [ more ]