Transition Sudbury Autumn Events

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Another busy Autumn for Transition Sudbury with our Autumn Give and Take (Swap Shop) on the 17th September in the Methodist Church, York Road, Sudbury between 10am and 12noon.   It was decided to change the name as although always very popular, there is no swapping involved!  Anyone is welcome to give away their (…)unwanted items and/or take whatever treasures catch their eye, all for free, with the aim to reduce landfill.

West Suffolk College, Cornard Road, Sudbury will be open on the 16th September between 9am and 4pm for a chance to find out more about Transition Sudbury and find out how you register for Beat the Street which is a free, fun game where you are rewarded with points and prizes for exploring Sudbury & Great Cornard on foot or bicycle.  West Suffolk College have their open day on the 8th September if you are interested in trying something new and finding out more about the adult classes available or you are welcome to pop in anytime.

New for 2016, we are supporting World Car Free Day on the 22nd September.  Come along to St. Peter’s Church, Market Hill, Sudbury between 9.45am and 1pm for details of walks and cycling in Sudbury and Great Cornard.  There is also the opportunity to have a free NHS Health Check for those aged 40 to 74 and you can pick up your free Beat the Street card and map plus other goodies which will be given away.

Apple Pressing on the 8th October at Nayland Farmers Market, this is an opportunity to bring your own apples to be pressed into juice.  Encouraging everyone not to waste their windfalls and to shop locally and use their local farmers markets.  Please come and try the fresh apples juice even if you have no apples to press.

The aim of the group is to encourage the whole community to live more sustainable lifestyles.  For more information please visit or ring 01787 468634