With the countdown to Christmas well underway, Sudbury is the place to come this December whether it’s Christmas shopping or to get into the Christmas spirit. Read more ….
Shop Local this Christmas campaign highlights the reasons to shop in Sudbury and visit the wealth of shops in the town and take advantage of the 3 hours free parking. For details of the shops in Sudbury are here, this new website is also the place to go to find out where to dine, stay, explore, latest news, events and offers.
Sudbury has a wide range of shops to suit all your shopping needs and one not to miss is the gift shop at Gainsborough’s House, where anyone can pop in to find an excellent range of gifts and Loyd Grossman will be at Gainsborough’s House on December 5 to sign is new book.
Make sure that you vote for your favourite Christmas shop window display, entry forms are in the Sudbury Mercury or vote online at http://sudbury.thebestofcompetitions.co.uk for a chance to win a hamper donated by Waitrose Sudbury.
Seven restaurants, cafes and bakers in Sudbury are inviting customers to vote for their favourite mince pie for a chance to win some great prizes including vouchers, cream tea or a meal for two.
From the December 18, the Quay Theatre traditional family pantomime is The Snow Queen, book early as it is always very popular.
St Peter’s Church will be full of beautifully decorated Christmas trees December 9 to 14 at the Rotary Christmas Tree Festival, entry is only £1 for adults and free for the under 12’s .
St Peter’s is also the venue for the Craft & Gift Fairs, Christmas Concerts and the Farmers Market which is a week earlier in December, on Friday 18. Sudbury also has the weekly market every Thursday and Saturday including on Christmas Eve.
To find out more and for a full list of all the events visit the Sudbury Tourist Information Centre located in the library or here on the What’s On page.