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A borough of eastern England near the North Sea northeast of London.

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By 1906 he was MP for Ipswich, a seat which he held until his death.
Bramford Gardens
'Gippeswick', the town was a major trade port during the medieval and middle ages, due to its location by the North Sea.
An Application for a Analogue local radio licence by Town Ltd for
Gippeswick” and sits on the River Orwell boasting numerous medieval churches and a wealth of listed buildings and conservation areas.

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Olga became a member of the Gippeswick Players and the Morecambe Little Theatre Group where she appeared in many productions. Olga remarried after Eddie's death and with her second husband Kenneth Smart, she developed a love for English Country ...

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Ipswich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The modern name is derived from the medieval name 'Gippeswick', probably taken from the River Gipping which is the non-tidal section of the River Orwell.
An Etymology of “Ipswich”
Gippeswick - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Gippeswick
Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Gippeswick. Gippeswick. Information about Gippeswick in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
Gippeswick definition of Gippeswick in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Ipswich, city, England. Ipswich, city (1991 pop. 129661) and district, Suffolk, E England, on the Orwell estuary 12 mi (19 km) from its entry into the North Sea.
Gippeswick - definition of Gippeswick by the Free Online Dictionary
A borough of eastern England near the North Sea northeast of London.

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