‘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 (…)
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 come to Sudbury Bowls Club Open Day on 24th and 25th September between 10am and 2pm in Quay Lane, Sudbury. Have a go free of charge or just to see what the club has to offer. Also find out about Beat the Street and enter the free prize draw with a chance to with a Healthy Hamper donated by Tesco (…)
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 winner of the Hamper donated by Waitrose Sudbury was Mrs Margaret Glennon from Springlands, Sudbury. The best window was won by Holmes & Hills Solicitors with Nanook as a close runner up. Mrs Glennon received her prize from Richard Upton at Waitrose and said that it was a lovely surprise especially as she found out on her birthday.