February is the month for romance and if you are looking forward to Valentine’s Day why not come to Sudbury to have a meal, go shopping, visit the exhibition at Gainsborough’s House or take a romantic walk along the river. Sudbury has a fine selection of pubs, cafes (…) and restaurants, many offering local food and drink. One such restaurant is the Secret Garden in Friars Street who have a special Valentine weekend on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 with a theme food and wine matching dinner, booking will be essential.
Another restaurant to try is newly opened in Gaol Lane, The Loft which is a family run restaurant offering delicious homemade food and has received some great reviews.
The Martin Weaver Show is on at The Quay Theatre on Saturday 13, vocalist Martin Weaver’s has entertained at some of the country’s top venues and been on many top rated television programmes.
Regular events in St Peter’s include craft fairs, exhibitions, concerts, Kettle and Fish café every Thursday and the farmers’ market on the last Friday of the month.
The Sudbury Festival of Performing Arts is competitive festival open to people of all ages commences a month of events with Dance from the February 13 at Ormiston Sudbury Academy. To find out more visit www.sudburyfestival.org.uk
New for 2016 in Sudbury are the guided walks around Sudbury, find out more about the diverse history of Thomas Gainsborough, Simon of Sudbury, England’s silk capital and much more.
Sudbury’s businesses are proud to be able to offer 3 hours free parking. However, there is currently a review by Babergh District Council to start charging, find out more at http://seeanddosudbury.co.uk/news and leave your comment.
To find out more and for a full list of all the events visit the Sudbury Tourist Information Centre located in the library or a list of all the events can be found on the What’s On page.