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

Castle Hill Community Centre – update

Thank you to everyone who attended yesterdays meeting about the future of Castle Hill Community Centre. This building is a part of the heritage of NW Ipswich and a facility that our community feels it cannot afford to lose! If you have an opinion on the future of Castle Hill Community Centre but were unable […]

Castle Hill Community Centre

Community Action Suffolk will cease to manage The Community Centre in Highfield Road from 31st March 2016. For further details go to ….. http://www.communityactionsuffolk.org.uk/latest-news/  

Youth Forum

Do you live in Whitton, Whitehouse or Castle Hill? Are you aged between 12 and 25? A new Youth Forum is starting on 30th September and we need you! Come along and have your say about what is happening in your community. What would you like to see?  Your views will make a difference. Have […]

Looking Back & Forth

Looking Back & Forth… Back…BLT recently took a look back at the last year and all that has been achieved in that time. For a group of local residents, all volunteers, we’ve not done too badly in our ongoing efforts to improve our community for everyone living in it. For a start, more than £61,000 of funding […]