Mental health charity Richmond Fellowship will be celebrating 20 years of Making Recovery Reality in Sudbury and the surrounding villages on Friday 20 May, 10am-2pm in St Peter’s Church, Market Hill Sudbury. Open to the public – Free Entry. An art exhibition, a pop-up Sparky’s Café, chit chat group, stalls, activities and information (…)
Shillingfords at The Quay is ranked 2nd best restaurant out of 1538 in Suffolk on Trip Advisor. Shillingfords is a new, unique pop-up restaurant which is open on Friday and Saturday nights. Carl Shillingford is a Michelin-trained chef who uses locally sourced, foraged, natural, seasonal ingredients to produce dishes which are all large starter size.
3 day first aid at work course on the 20th and 27th October and the 3rd November, 9am to 4pm at The Bridge Project, 20 Gainsborough Street, Sudbury CO10 2EU delivered by St John’s Ambulance. The Bridge Project is able to offer a few places to other organisations for the reduced price of £190 per person plus VAT, all successful (…)
Everyone is invited to come along for a free guided walk on Saturday 17 December starting at 1.30pm at the Kingfisher Leisure Centre. The Sudbury Advent Art Trail is a selection of art created by local schools and groups which will be displayed in shops and businesses between 25 November – 24 December. Pick up a free map at (…)
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 (…)
Open for Business evening on the 20th April 2016 between 5pm and 7pm at The Delphi Centre, Newton Road, Sudbury CO10 2RR. This will provide you with the opportunity to talk to a range of business support, regulatory and skills services and agencies about the things that matter to you and your business. Please email: (…)
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’ – a fun six-week competition that encourages participants to walk, run and cycle as far as possible in a journey around the world is coming to Sudbury and Great Cornard. The initiative will transform Sudbury and Great Cornard into a real-life game in which residents are challenged to join a team and see how far they can (…)
With over 4,500 people taking part and travelling over 52,000 miles in the six week game last year, Beat the Street have continued to promote and support groups in Sudbury and Great Cornard. Whether your children would like to join the Dodgeball Club organised by Fresh Sports on a Monday evening in the Stevenson Centre or (…)
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
On Saturday, April 30 there is a Big Band Tea Dance to be held in St. Peter’s, Sudbury, Suffolk – doors open at 1.30pm and tickets are available now just £12. Whether you want to dance or come for afternoon tea and watch, it will be a great event with a vintage tea room organised by Juniper Flowers in North Street, Sudbury. Tel: 01787 310022
The life-size St George and the dragon made their first appearance at Sudbury on Show at the beginning of March, and a number of children and adults were photographed. George will continue to appear around the town, including a visit to Tesco who have added their name to the list of willing sponsors, alongside (…)
There are a few places available for the Gallery Talk, Palmer: Inspirations, Techniques and Legacy with Edward Twohig taking place on Thursday 02 June at 3pm at Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury, Suffolk. Edward is the sole lender of works in the Samuel Palmer exhibition and has been a collector of Palmer’s work for over twenty (…)
Start the New Year by making sure you know what is going on in Sudbury by visiting our new website regularly for all the latest news, events and offers. You can also find places to shop, explore, dine and stay. If you have not been to Gainsborough’s House recently then it is well worth the visit with their current exhibition (…)
There is a fantastic line up of local chefs ready to do their cooking demonstrations on stage at the Taste of Sudbury Food & Drink Festival on 12th June 2016. Including Carl Shillingford from Shillingford’s at The Quay, Alan Paton from Stoke By Nayland Golf & Spa, Regis Crepy from The Great House, Lavenham, Mark Allen from The Angel, Stoke By Nayland and Julian Bisbal fromThe Swan, Monks Eleigh. Compere Mark David will (…)
Find out more about Sudbury’s fascinating history; Simon of Sudbury, Capital of Silk, The Common Lands, 101 Dalmatians, River Transport and lots more at the Heritage Museum, Gaol Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk. Normally open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm, it will also be open during the Taste of Sudbury Food & Drink Festival on Sunday 12th June 2016.
Fine Art Prints by members of Gainsborough’s House Print Workshop in St. Peter’s, Sudbury, Suffolk between the 7th and 14th May. The exhibition will feature a wide range of original work by local print making enthusiasts. Artists use varied techniques from woodcuts to etchings and enjoy making unique work at prices (…)
On Tuesday 3rd May officers from Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service and Babergh council’s private sector housing team will be visiting businesses with flats above to advise on fire safety in Sudbury, Suffolk. The aim is to look at the fire safety arrangements and the means of escape. To give advice and guidance to occupiers and owners. For more information please telephone 01473 826639
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 hearing tests now available at Drage and Tozer Opticians in association with bloom hearing specialists.
This week, 15-21st May, is Deaf Awareness Week and Drage and Tozer Opticians will celebrate this by officially launching their association with Hearing Aid Audiologist Jason Searle of bloom hearing specialists. You are invited into the practice to meet Jason on the morning of Friday 19th May where (…)
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 (…)
Businesses in Friars Street and Quay Lane are open as normal whilst essential undergrounding works to Black Friars/ School Street and Friars Street/Quay Lane in Sudbury take place between 1st and 26th August. With a wide range of shops and cafes in Friars Street, the businesses look forward to seeing existing and (…)
You are warmly invited to join us 5-7pm on Thursday 1st December 2016 To Celebrate the Christmas season among friends and enjoy mulled drinks and mince pies. In keeping with the Christmas spirit, we will offer a special 10% discount on any purchases Friends,Volunteers and their guests might choose to make during this evening.
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 (…)
Taking over the Market Hill in Sudbury and St. Peter’s on Sunday, 12th June, the Taste of Sudbury Food & Drink Festival which celebrates the fabulous diverse range of food available on the Suffolk/Essex border. Jam Tartz Catering based in Sudbury will be providing the perfect summer treat for all food lovers, with a pop up restaurant (…)
Everyone who took the opportunity to enjoy the 5 course taster set menu in the Jam Tartz Pop Up Restaurant were amazed by the food and drink provided. The Jam Tartz chef had previously worked for the Queen and was called out of the kitchen with his team at the end of the meal to a round of applause. The pop up restaurant had (…)
Keeping three hours free parking in Sudbury is important to both businesses, visitors and residents as demonstrated in two recent surveys carried out by the Sudbury Town Team. In a survey of businesses in Sudbury Town Centre in January 2014, free car parking was the main issued which was raised as the most important (…)
Kettle & Fish Café welcome everyone to join them between 9.45am and 2pm most Thursdays in St. Peter’s on Market Hill, Sudbury when you can sit and relax over tea and coffee with delicious freshly filled rolls. On Thursday 22 September they are welcoming groups promoting cycling and walking in Sudbury and there will be a free (…)
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 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!
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 (…)
Customer voting will soon be open at Sainsbury’s Sudbury for the retailer’s Local Charity of the Year scheme. Each Sainsbury’s supermarket and convenience store has shortlisted a maximum of three charities to put forward for the customer vote. Customers can vote through the in-store voting system or online at (…)
Beat the Street will bring an interactive game for all ages to Sudbury and Great Cornard between the 21st September and 2nd November. They are looking for a full time temporary Maintenance Assistant to earn up to £70 per day between the 14th September and 9th November 2016 to ensure all the beat boxes remain operational. Flexible hours (…)