A little background on Ipswich:

Ipswich is at the mouth of the River Orwell. Called Gippeswick in the 7th century, it was an important pottery producer.

Among the many medieval Ipswich churches is St Mary le Tower, which was rebuilt by the Victorians. One of the few churches in the country built during the reign of William IV is the Holy Trinity Church by Ipswich Waterfront. Sparrowes House in the Buttermarket area of Ipswich, also known as The Ancient House, is one of the eleven Grade I listed buildings in Ipswich.

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