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 (…)
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: (…)
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
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 (…)
How do you know what the world will look like with your new spectacles? Drage and Tozer are very excited to have a new Virtual Reality Headset to help patients experience their new spectacle lenses before ordering them! Dispensing Optician Andrea Hunt said ‘ It has always been difficult to explain to patients the effects or (…)
Local Sudbury business, Holmes and Hills Solicitors in North Street has been ranked as one of the best law firms in the country for advice on Planning Law. For the third consecutive year the local business has been ranked in the top 50 solicitors in the UK for Planning Law advice by Planning Magazine’s ‘Law Survey 2016’ – a leading industry (…)
Health Foods for You are supporting organic September. Do you want to know exactly what’s in your food? All organic food is fully traceable from farm to fork, so you can be sure of what you’re eating. The standards for organic food are laid down in European law so any food labelled as organic must meet strict rules. Environmentally sustainable (…)
Record Store Day is this Saturday, April 16 and Compact Music in North Street, Sudbury, Suffolk will have a selection of limited edition vinyl and CD available in store. Record Store Day is exclusive to independent records stores and Sudbury is proud to have one of the last independent record shops in East Anglia.
Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year scheme is back for the ninth year and the Sudbury store is calling for local charity nominations to be its flagship local charity for the next year. At the end of May, the store will shortlist three charities to go to customers to vote for. The winning charity will then receive a year of support from (…)
The future management of Sudbury town centre is due to change with new proposals for the Sudbury Town Team due to be developed. These changes arise largely from funding diminishing as a result of the original three year funding from the development of Sainsbury running out and changes in those running the organisation. Sudbury (…)
The winner of the Christmas Window Display is Holmes & Hills Solicitors in North Street. Phil Davies from Holmes & Hills said “Our team in Sudbury are really pleased to have won the window dressing competition, especially up against such stiff competition. I think the Sudbury Town Team should be congratulated (…)
The competition was really tight with runners up Nanook in Friars Street getting 89 votes and the winners getting 98 votes. Corinna Green from Nanook said “We at Nanook feel passionate about our community and keeping the town exciting. It is the second year that the students from TGS have created a unique Christmas (…)
The Sudbury Town Team have been working hard over the last 3 years on improving the promotion of Sudbury, it’s businesses and all Sudbury has to offer. The Town Team was set up to apply to become a Portas Town and to help maintain and enhance the town centre. It is a non-political, non-profit making group (…)