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

The 2017 Christmas Extravaganza in all its glory!

Another successful event, it was worth all the blood sweat and tears! Here are just a few of the photos taken on the day of the NW Ipswich Big Local Trust Christmas Extravaganza 2017 but there are more on our Facebook page too. We had so many people to thank but extra special thanks must […]

Gaining I.T skills

Do you know someone that might be interested in learning how to use a computer, laptop or tablet? We are looking into the possibility of providing a course that gives adults the confidence to use the new Universal Credit online benefit system. Gaining the skills required to get signed up and accessing the features of […]

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

Having time out in our busy lives to be creative can be beneficial to our mental and physical health… Local residents had expressed a wish to create something for Christmas so we held this free seasonal event. Once we had found someone to guide us in creating our designs and a venue we then worked on […]

Pudsey joins the Friday Friends

Latest news from the Friday Friends Dementia Café Pudsey Bear paid a visit to the café on Friday 17 November for Children in Need and everyone contributed to this very good cause!   Ruth Gillan returned to the café for four weeks between October and November. She based her reminiscence activity on a project being […]