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Ipswich Outward Postcode (IP)
Click on an outward postal code below for more information about the area.
Each 'outward' postcode give you a comprehensive list of all postcodes within the outward code area (IP) and estimated address.
Click on an 'outward' code for more information. For example, the outward postcode page 'EC2M' will give you an alphabetical list covering all postcodes located in the region, from 'EC2M 1BB' through to 'EC2M 7YA'.
Suffolk is a county of fertile valleys and undulating hills, of woodlands and estuaries, timber framed houses and market towns, of villages that have avoided the ills of modern development and of countless stunning historical sites.
It is also blessed with more than 40 miles of unspoiled and untouched coastline featuring crumbling old cliffs and steep shingle terraces and constant reminders of the battle between coast and sea.
Along the coastline are dotted a number of historical ports and fishing towns. Aldeburgh, for example was a medieval shipbuilding and fishing center and is these days host to a famous international festival of music and the arts.
It has a number of impressive old Georgian buildings and the wonderful Moot Hall. Similarly, Lowestoft is another historic seaside town worth visiting, both for its award winning beaches and for its ancient maritime heritage.
No visit to Suffolk is complete without a stay in Ipswich, the county town and the oldest continually settled town in England, dating back to the Anglo-Saxon era and packed with tiny medieval streets and hundreds of architectural treasures. In addition, Southwold, Bury St. Edmunds and Lavenham all offer enough to keep visitors busy for days.
Most people head to Suffolk to relax amidst the wonderful countryside and coastline however, and it really is quite special. Suffolk's shingle beaches are a haven for plants and wildlife and they are perfect for picnics staring out at tiny fishing boats bobbing around the coast.
Inland there are a number of rural gems from countless walking trails to woodlands like the fantastic Thetford Forest and the famous landscapes of Constable Country that include Dedham Vale and the Stour Valley. Constable Country, the Suffolk coastline and the charming fishing ports that pepper the shores all offer some of the most tranquil and relaxing spots the UK has to offer. The perfect break from it all.
The Ipswich postcode region (IP) contains 33 unique 'outward' codes. Ipswich is the main postal town/district for this region, with all postcodes starting with the following outward codes.
This page contains a list of postcodes for Ipswich area. Select a postcode to see the map location, demographics, house prices, local information, tourist guides and statistics:
Local demographics, guides and information
There's plenty of local information, guides and useful data to browse and explore, whether you're a Ipswich resident or a visitor to the area.
Scroll down to discover all you need to know about the Ipswich postcode area.
The IP postcode includes the following local authorities:
- East Cambridgeshire
- Forest Heath
- King's Lynn and West Norfolk
- Mid Suffolk
- South Norfolk
- St Edmundsbury
- Suffolk Coastal
Local News Suffolk
Sir David Attenborough praises children's climate change song
The year six class are hoping their lyrics will be relatable for other children.BBC News
River Stour runs dry in drought in Constable Country
The Environment Agency takes steps to refill a river featured in some of the UK's best-loved paintings.BBC News
Terminally ill man fulfils Latitude Festival bucket list dream
"I've always wanted to come to a festival," says Karl Butler who has just months to live.BBC News
Myles Kenlock: Ipswich Town defender extends deal which will expire in 2022
Defender Myles Kenlock signs a new deal at Ipswich Town until 2022, with the option of a further year.BBC News
Felixstowe artist paints naked women to empower them
Women who have been through traumatic experiences are posing for nude portraits for the artist.BBC News
Glastonbury appeal teen meets idol Sigrid at Latitude Festival
A girl seen crying and singing during the set of Sigrid at Glastonbury Festival has met her idol.BBC News
Swapping a prison cell for a festival stage
Ex-inmates perform at Latitude Festival as part of the UK's first record label for prisoners.BBC News
Woman raped in Ipswich car park
The victim was grabbed from behind and dragged before being attacked, police say.BBC News
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