Kettle & Fish in St. Peter's most Thursdays

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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 (…)advantage of our well-equipped, pushchair-friendly, kiddies’ play area, while enjoying your refreshments. Since its inception over ten years ago Kettle & Fish has served the community of Sudbury and the surrounding area providing a welcoming and friendly environment.

Each week, during the four hours, 9.45am to 2pm, that we are open, we have always received well in excess of 300 visitors and regular customers. Because Sudbury has much to offer as a tourist attraction, we see people not only from the length and breadth of the UK but from all over the World as far as New Zealand and Hawaii. To this end some of our team are also well informed tour guides.

A permanent feature at Kettle & Fish is our Fair Trade Shop. You’ll be amazed by the variety of goods you can buy, all at fair prices too! Probably one of the best ranges of fairly traded goods you will find in one place. Also we have always been glad to support many other organisations that serve this area by providing a space where they can showcase their cause, such as Citizens’ Advice Bureau, Air Ambulance, Flowers of Tileagd Crafts, Girl Guides Trefoil Guild, Addenbrooke’s Liver Transplant Association, Health Watch Suffolk, R.S.P.B, Christian Aid, GoStart Community Transport, Up Beat, and many more. So we are very pleased to be able to welcome Beat The Street and World Car Free Day on the 22nd September.

Come along and find out more about these events and their intriguing names, and also how Kettle & Fish got its name.

For more information about Churches Together in Sudbury & District including Kettle & Fish go to http://churchestogetherinsudbury.org.uk/.

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