Art About Town in Sudbury

Between 13th and 28th May Sudbury will come alive with art!  Thanks to the generosity of local businesses, Winch and Blatch, The Angel Wine Bar and The Art and Framing Centre, artists living in and around Sudbury have been given the opportunity to display their work as a prelude to the ever popular Suffolk Open Studios (…)

Beat the Street is a Great Success

Local residents, businesses, community groups and schools came together to celebrate Sudbury and Great Cornard travelling 52,000 miles for Beat the Street.   Over six weeks, Beat the Street has transformed Sudbury and Great Cornard into a giant walking, running and cycling game – residents travelling around the area tapping (…)

Beat the Street Survey with a chance to win £50

Beat the Street want to know what impact it has had on you since you played last Autumn. Please fill out the short six month survey to let them know what impact it has had for you.  As a thank you for filling out the survey, they will put you into a prize draw to win £50. It will only take a few minutes and your feedback will help them make the game bigger and better.  https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BTSSGCSurvey

 

Free Easter Egg Hunt in Sudbury

Churches Together in Sudbury and District have organised an Easter Egg Hunt during Holy Week (21st -26th March).  Local shops and businesses around Sudbury will be displaying signs with lettered eggs on them. The aim is to collect all the letters and make an Easter related sentence. You can collect entry forms from 21st March from the  (…)

Free Walk Leader Training

If you are interested in volunteering to help with Walking for Health there are free one day training sessions available to ensure that you feel well equipped for taking part.  The training focuses on leading a health walk and also touches on the benefits of walking, route planning and leading walkers with special requirements.  There will be a training (…)

Get Ready to Play Beat the Street

A new game which encourages people living and working in Sudbury and Great Cornard to ditch their car and walk, run and cycle as far as possible is set to kick off next month.  Running for six weeks from 21 September to 2 November, Beat the Street is a free, fun game where local residents are rewarded with points and prizes for (…)

Kettle & Fish in St. Peter's most Thursdays

Everyone is welcome to Kettle & Fish which is open most Thursdays in St. Peter’s on Market Hill, you can sit and relax over tea and coffee with delicious freshly filled rolls, soup, cakes & pastries. If you want to be alone that’s fine or if you want someone to talk to we have listeners with a ready ear. Those of you with very young children can take (…)

Lettice & Lovage at The Quay in Sudbury

Lettice & Lovage is coming soon! The much-awaited new play from Quay Productions (Directed by Trevor Laver) following on from the critical successes of Not About Heroes and Kennedy’s Children, this multi-award winning Peter Shaffer play is rapier-sharp and enormous fun to boot! Playing 7th – 9th April. Hurry and book your tickets!

Local Artists on the Sudbury Market

On May 28th local artists will be in Sudbury, Suffolk at the Market promoting this years Suffolk Open Studios event and Artists Trail weekend of 4/5th June when all ten artists involved will be opening their studios over the same weekend.   Some of the artists involved will be on the Saturday Market in the centre of Sudbury to talk to visitors (…)

Party in the Park, Belle Vue Park, Sudbury

Sudbury’s Party in the Park on 24th July, starting at 11am, will be opened by local group, Phoenix Suffolk Community Marchers. The band will perform a lively procession through Belle Vue Park, where the popular event is held.  The free all day event, now in its eighth year, is run by the town council and aims to raise the profile of the (…)

Preserving Class with The Jam Shed

Transition Sudbury have organised a preserving class at the Stevenson Centre, Great Cornard, Suffolk on Saturday, the 2nd July at 10am.  Libby Laurence will give a talk on preserving whilst showing how to make strawberry conserve and strawberry jam, there is a difference!  Everyone in the class will get a 8oz jar to take away (…)