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A local View

This is a very old building which I remember from over 60 years ago, still in function, but a bit... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Neil03091947
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Alesund, Norway
Impressive Edifice

A structure that comes from a time when builders took the effort to produce an attractive edifice... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2017
Antarctic
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Cambridge, England
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19 Jun 2018
“A local View”
3 weeks ago
“A jigsaw of mixed stone and bricks at the moment.”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hmmm. What can I say about our council's decision to re do the Cornhill? Don't go at present (unless you are shopping) and wait to see if the promised alterations is worth it! If you like going to DIY stores then there are a great...More

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Reviewed 21 July 2018

Right in the center of town this building does look quiet imposing, worth looking inside if your there but also some other very interesting buildings close by. The center is being cleaned up and should look wonderful when its finished although high heels may be...More

Thank Islandhoppers005
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Outside the Town Hall the ground work is fine,and it matches the road with shops either side.Now they are adding to it with different stone work.You wont believe how bad it looks,People in wheelchairs,on sticks and trippers etc cannot feel safe as it needs sanding...More

Thank GAYLE R
Reviewed 19 June 2018

This is a very old building which I remember from over 60 years ago, still in function, but a bit outdated.

Thank Neil03091947
Reviewed 28 January 2018

The open space forming the centre of the town is dominated by the 150 year old Town Hall. This building is of an ornate Venetian type style very different to it's surroundings. Inside it has a grand style entrance and many rooms have distinctive ceilings...More

Thank Freedom810070
Reviewed 30 September 2017

Constantly being dug up, altered and generally chaotic. The market is unattractive and poorly sited, often blocking access to other premises. A visit to Ipswich is only by necessity and not choice.

Thank GibBob
Reviewed 25 August 2017

A structure that comes from a time when builders took the effort to produce an attractive edifice. The large canopy at the top of the front of the building gives the place an air of being from Holland or Belgium. Inside the entrance staircase is...More

Thank Antarctic
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Now wholly a pedestrianised area, the Cornhill has always been the heart of the City. It comprises the Town Hall and the period building which used to be the Post Office. Pedestrian only roads lead from it in all directions so it's an ideal location...More

Thank mgsnorwich
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Having lived in Ipswich for many years it is easy to take the Cornhill for granted and I have often been surprised at the very positive comments from visitors, many from abroad. Taking a fresh look at the Town Hall, the former Post Office and...More

Thank paddy1232017
Reviewed 6 April 2017

We did. Had a quick mooch around and it's as beautiful inside as it is out. The market on the square tried to hide it, but the stunning exterior caught my eye, so we wandered over and wandered in. You should too. Some beautiful things...More

Thank MrsBsTravels
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