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Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park sits at the heart of Ipswich; it is within easy walking distance of the town’s fantastic water front and the main shopping district of the Town Centre. The park is host to the...

Alton Water

Suffolk's Largest Reservoir. Open 365 days a year, Alton Water provides a stunning backdrop for an activity-filled day out.  At Alton Water you can cycle, fish, walk, relax and enjoy the...

Bourne Park

Bourne Park can be easily accessed from both the A12 and A14 via its Wherstead Road entrance. The park also services the Stoke Park community, providing for the recreational and sporting needs of the...

Chantry Park

Chantry Park is a 50 hectare park on the western outskirts of the town centre. It has been a public park since 1928, and within the grounds sits a 17th Century country house. The park features some...

Christchurch Park

Christchurch Park is Ipswich’s oldest public park, opening in 1895, but was the site of an Augustinian priory as far back as the 12th Century. Within the park, there are many attractions. There is...

Gippeswyk Park

Gypeswick park was given to the people of Ipswich by the MP Felix Cobbold. The park is located very close to the train station and the park's primary use is for recreation and includes numerous...

Holywells Park

Holywells Park is situated just north of the Ipswich waterfront area, and has 67 acres of grounds. The park offers water play facilities in the summertime only, a bowling green, and a state of the...

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Suffolk Wildlife Trust is the county's nature charity – the only organisation dedicated wholly to safeguarding Suffolk’s wildlife and countryside. The Trust has led local nature...

Trinity Park

Trinity Park is home to the Suffolk Agricultural Association. Formed as a charity in 1831, the Association’s main purpose is to advance and promote agriculture and allied industries. This it achieves...