Making Changes, North West Ipswich BLT

NWI BLT will provide over a million pounds worth of funding, which will be available over a period of 10+ years. Local residents are the decision makers on how the lottery funding is used based upon resident consultation.

For Local People by Local People living or working in Whitton, Whitehouse & Castle Hill who want to bring real improvements to the community and to the lives of people living in it.

Local Residents

We're a group of Whitton, Whitehouse and Castle Hill residents supported by a team of advisers.

Meet the Team

Local Investment

We have £1 million to invest in building, supporting and growing the community of North West Ipswich.

How we can help you

Building Community

NW Ipswich is lacking in activities, training and opportunities. We want to change that.

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Latest Posts

Trustee vacancies at Castle Hill Community Centre

Castle Hill Community Centre seek Trustees to support future development Trustees will be responsible for the full range of duties of a Charitable Trust. We will be looking to appoint at least eight Trustees including a Chairman, Vice Chairman and Treasurer. Also Trustees with skills in publicity, recruiting volunteers, fund raising and people with a […]

Terri Calversbert stands up to cyber bullies

Terri Calversbert has set up an online petition to change the law after she was made a victim of cyber bullying For those that don’t know Terri, she has lived in Whitton most of her life following horrific burns as a toddler and attended Westbourne school. Now a young adult she has been an inspiration […]

Exciting job opportunity within NW Ipswich!

Now closed. We can announce an exciting job opportunity for further development in NW Ipswich! This will be a full time post, based within NW Ipswich at The Meeting Place Community Centre in Whitehouse Click for more info whitehouse-project-leader-job-ad-v2 and whitehouse-project-leader-job-description

NWI BLT nominated for the Colonel Probert Award

Exciting news, we’ve been nominated for an award by our Project Officer Faye Smith! Faye recently told our resident volunteers and advisors that she has nominated us for a Community Action Suffolk award, “The Colonel Probert award” – for community initiative. This award is for an organisation that has worked for the benefit of the community. This could […]