BT Phone Book


The delivery of the new BT Phone Book will take place in Ipswich from the 12th March, and is expected to take 2 – 3 weeks to complete.

Distributors are instructed not to leave books on doorsteps and to be generally aware of their responsibilities when making deliveries to private addresses.

Any concerns please contact Lesley Hall, Project Co-ordinator on 01904 606300.

Ipswich Neighbourhood Watch Annual get-together


Invitations are now open to attend the Annual Neighbourhood Watch get-together at Police Headquarters, Martlesham Heath on Tuesday 24
th June with a prompt start at 7pm. 

Invitation is limited to two Co-ordinators/members per individual NW Scheme.

The agenda for the evening is evolving and shall be updated on a regular basis. Currently, the agenda is taking shape, with the following presentations planned:

* Chief Constable. 
* Superintendent for Ipswich Police Command
Reducing the Strength Campaign update
* CID Detective Inspector
* Probation
* Trading Standards.

At around 8pm there will be a short refreshment break with tea/coffee and cakes/savouries, during which time you can visit your SNT display to see the community work that they have undertaken during the past year.

If you have a concern over transport to this event please contact Anthea Pipe so that arrangements for a neighbouring Co-ordinator can be made for possible car sharing to the event.

The event is planned to finish around 9pm on the evening, depending on the number of questions.

Competition for 16-21 year olds

Suffolk Hate Crime Service supports victims and families of hate crimes and hate incidents.  

Following on from Holocaust Memorial Day, the Suffolk Hate Crime Service has launched an art and photography competition for 16-21 year olds to commemorate the day.

The theme for the entries is 'Embracing Diversity. Closing date for entries is 7th March 2014.

So here is an opportunity for the younger people in your area to get creative! 

Please help the Suffolk Hate Crime Service to raise awareness of hate crime and its effects, as well as increasing reporting of hate crime across the whole of suffolk.

Click here for more information

© IANF 2016