07/07/22 Heart Of Ipswich
See some of the finest buildings in Ipswich, a Norman Foster
masterpiece, the spectacular Ancient House, & a beautiful early Meeting
House. Discover the town's connections with Charles Dickens and Lord
Nelson.

14/07/22 Waterfront West
Walk along the Waterfront past the ancient Saxon crossing place to the
modern Stoke Bridge, where the Gipping becomes the Orwell . We'll also
visit The Jerwood Dancehouse, and a redundant medieval church
restored with the help of a multi- million pound Heritage Lottery Grant.

21/07/22 Question of Art
Be a wise owl and join this walk to celebrate art in Ipswich. The town
hosts a surprising range and number of permanent artworks including
street art and sculptures. Today, we'll also discover some examples of
the latest Ipswich based ‘Wild In Art’ project ‘The Big Hoot’.

28/07/22 Docklands East
Explore The 'Education Quarter' of Ipswich, the new Suffolk Record
Office, The University and Suffolk New College , visit Holy Trinity
Church and St Clements Congregational Church, with its connections
to the Grimwade family.

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04/08/22 Westside Story
A Walk to the end of the Waterfront and to the Western part of the
town, where we will see Cardinal Wolsey's Gateway and his College
Chapel, hear about the visit of Henry VIII to Ipswich and view some
fine modern sculpture.

11/08/22 To Holywells Park
Learn about the C19th industrial life of Ipswich before heading inland
to visit Holywells Park to hear about its history ,and recent renovation
with aid from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

18/08/22 Heart of Ipswich

See July entry. 

25/08/22 Waterfront West

See July entry. 

01/09/22 Northern Highlights
On this walk we head in the direction of Christchurch Park , stopping to
see a fine C15th Gatehouse, and to talk about the engineer Robert
Ransome. We will see a fine Grade I listed Church and discuss the gift
of Christchurch Mansion to the town by Felix Thornley Cobbold

08/09/22 Let’s go ‘Over Stoke’
A walk along the New Cut to hear tales of Ipswich industries through the
ages. Join us to celebrate skilled local workers from 18th century
shipbuilders to Victorian engineers who took the name of Ipswich across
the world.

15/08/22 Docklands East

See July entry. 

22/09/22 Westside Story

See August entry

29/09/22 Heart Of Ipswich

See July entry.