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  1. Broomhill and Great Cornard libraries to change opening hours

    By Suffolk Libraries on July 11th, 2016

    Two of the county’s libraries are changing their opening hours next month after consultation with local people. Broomhill Library in Ipswich will be changing and increasing its hours from 18 July. The change has been supported by the Friends of …

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  2. May 2015 New Angle Prize for Literature - Open for entries

    By Ipswich Institute on May 30th, 2016

    The fifth biennial competition for the New Angle Prize for Literature will be launched later this year and the judges for the competition can now be revealed. The NAP judges for 2017 Midge Gillies Cambridgeshire-based biographer and director of …

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  3. Government green light for Wet Dock crossing in Ipswich

    By Suffolk County Council on March 16th, 2016

    The go-ahead has been given today for a new wet dock crossing in Ipswich, spanning the waterfront area of the town to connect communities with a new road infrastructure that will also serve a business and innovation centre based on an island in …

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  4. Bridge for the future

    By Suffolk County Council on February 9th, 2016

    Ipswich Hospital is joining forces with Suffolk County Council to develop the hospital site for the future. The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust is planning to purchase, subject to Trust Board approval, the former Bridge School on Heath Road in Ipswich. …

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  5. New Chair appointed for The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

    By NHS TDA on November 2nd, 2015

    New Chair appointed for The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

    The NHS Trust Development Authority (NHS TDA) has today confirmed the appointment of David White as Chair of The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. David began his career as a social worker in London before becoming a director of social services and moving …

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  6. Ipswich Hospital Diabetic Foot expert travels globe to save legs and lives

    By Ipswich Hospital on May 8th, 2015

    Ipswich Hospital Diabetic Foot expert travels globe to save legs and lives

    Every 20 seconds a lower leg is amputated somewhere in the world because of diabetes. Ipswich Hospital’s chief podiatrist is part of a small team of worldwide experts travelling the globe to save legs and lives. Neil Baker has been visiting …

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  7. All change at Westbourne Library – A new name and a new manager!

    By Suffolk Libraries on May 5th, 2015

    Westbourne Library in Ipswich will be changing its name to Broomhill Library after a consultation with local people. The change was proposed by the Westbourne Library Friends group who felt that the library was more closely associated with the nearby …

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  8. Blood test service improvements

    By The Pathology Partnership on May 1st, 2015

    Blood test service improvements

    In a bid to reduce waiting times for blood tests at Ipswich Hospital, arrangements have been made for GP patients to have their blood taken at the Riverside Clinic in Ipswich. Sara Pallant, the Pathology Partnership service improvement lead, …

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  9. A great achievement by staff and volunteers at Ipswich Hospital

    By Ipswich Hospital on April 10th, 2015

    Nick Hulme, Chief Executive of Ipswich Hospital, has welcomed today’s report by the Care Quality Commission, the independent inspector of hospitals, which has given the hospital an overall rating as ‘good’ - putting it in the top 30% of …

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