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Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

28 January 2020

If successful, the business study students' sub will be rolled out to 100 Subway stores in East Anglia and they will win £1,000 in Amazon vouchers.


Premier Travel in Sudbury pledges support for East Anglia's Children's Hopsices campaign

Premier Travel in Sudbury pledges support for East Anglia's Children's Hopsices campaign

Premier Travel in Sudbury pledges support for East Anglia's Children's Hopsices campaign

27 January 2020

Residents are urged to fill up a bag of their unwanted possessions and bring them to the firm’s branch at the Borehamgate Precinct in King Street.


First phase of £2.4m renovation of Sudbury leisure centre completed

First phase of £2.4m renovation of Sudbury leisure centre completed

First phase of £2.4m renovation of Sudbury leisure centre completed

23 January 2020

Users of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Station Road have begun making use of the new exercise studio and health and fitness changing room.


Sudbury businessman urges collective effort to support local trade

Sudbury businessman urges collective effort to support local trade

Sudbury businessman urges collective effort to support local trade

21 January 2020

Concerned about the level of vacant units in the high street, Keith Grinsted is urging the community to play an active role to help stem the problem.


Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

20 January 2020

Terri Newman won a bronze award in the sculpted/carved cake category of Cake International, beating off competition from 1,800 entrants.


Ruse & Son reflects on 160-year history in Long Melford after shutting doors for final time

Ruse & Son reflects on 160-year history in Long Melford after shutting doors for final time

Ruse & Son reflects on 160-year history in Long Melford after shutting doors for final time

16 January 2020

Established in 1860, Ruse & Son, which closed down on Friday, had been passed down through five generations of the same family.


Long Melford Swan eyes bright future under new tenancy after turbulent 2019

Long Melford Swan eyes bright future under new tenancy after turbulent 2019

Long Melford Swan eyes bright future under new tenancy after turbulent 2019

09 January 2020

New manager Ozur Ozcelik is confident there are bright times ahead for The Swan in Hall Street, after a positive start to his tenancy.


Kestrel Bookshop announces closure after 45 years of trading in Sudbury

Kestrel Bookshop announces closure after 45 years of trading in Sudbury

Kestrel Bookshop announces closure after 45 years of trading in Sudbury

08 January 2020

The family-owned business has cited tough trading conditions, alongside competition from online retailers, in its decision to close.


Former Thomas Cook manager delighted by new opportunity at Hays Travel in Sudbury

Former Thomas Cook manager delighted by new opportunity at Hays Travel in Sudbury

Former Thomas Cook manager delighted by new opportunity at Hays Travel in Sudbury

07 January 2020

Having lost his job at Thomas Cook in Bury St Edmunds, Matt Shave expressed his delight after securing a position at a new travel business in Sudbury.


Kitchen Showroom Ltd keen to keep evolving after marking 30 years in business in Sudbury

Kitchen Showroom Ltd keen to keep evolving after marking 30 years in business in Sudbury

Kitchen Showroom Ltd keen to keep evolving after marking 30 years in business in Sudbury

03 January 2020

Established in 1989, the business was originally run out of a small retail unit in North Street Parade.


Number 72 crowned winner of Sudbury Christmas Window Display competition

Number 72 crowned winner of Sudbury Christmas Window Display competition

Number 72 crowned winner of Sudbury Christmas Window Display competition

02 January 2020

The charity in North Street was chosen as the winner after recreating a scene from the renowned Charles Dickens tale A Christmas Carol.


Vanners commits to Sudbury with announcement of new state-of-the-art factory

Vanners commits to Sudbury with announcement of new state-of-the-art factory

Vanners commits to Sudbury with announcement of new state-of-the-art factory

02 January 2020

The textiles maker, which has called Sudbury its home for more than 250 years, revealed plans for a multi-million pound investment in the town.


Tree surgery business in Middleton suffers big setback after thieves steal £7,000 worth of tools

Tree surgery business in Middleton suffers big setback after thieves steal £7,000 worth of tools

Tree surgery business in Middleton suffers big setback after thieves steal £7,000 worth of tools

23 December 2019

The intruders broke into a business unit based on a farm in Middleton, which is leased by Bateman & Brown Tree Surgery.


Secret Garden in Sudbury listed in Harden's Best UK Restaurants 2020

Secret Garden in Sudbury listed in Harden's Best UK Restaurants 2020

Secret Garden in Sudbury listed in Harden's Best UK Restaurants 2020

20 December 2019

Eight restaurants in and around the Sudbury area have been recognised in Harden's ranking of the top eateries across the UK.


Husband-and-wife owners of Thai Pavilion bid farewell to Sudbury after 20 years

Husband-and-wife owners of Thai Pavilion bid farewell to Sudbury after 20 years

Husband-and-wife owners of Thai Pavilion bid farewell to Sudbury after 20 years

14 December 2019

Ray Edwards and his wife Sirannee opened their first restaurant in Friars Street in 1999.


Sudbury takeaway and Lavenham tea room fined thousands of pounds for food hygiene offences

Sudbury takeaway and Lavenham tea room fined thousands of pounds for food hygiene offences

Sudbury takeaway and Lavenham tea room fined thousands of pounds for food hygiene offences

12 December 2019

Magistrates said the offences committed by Mandarin in Sudbury and Munnings Tea Rooms in Lavenham demonstrated “high culpability and category 2 harm”.


Perfect Smile Clinic in Sudbury hails staff after success at Dentistry Awards

Perfect Smile Clinic in Sudbury hails staff after success at Dentistry Awards

Perfect Smile Clinic in Sudbury hails staff after success at Dentistry Awards

09 December 2019

Perfect Smile Clinic was crowned the winner of the Best Team in East of England at The Dentistry Awards 2019.


Premier Travel gives opportunity to ex-Thomas Cook staff after opening Sudbury branch

Premier Travel gives opportunity to ex-Thomas Cook staff after opening Sudbury branch

Premier Travel gives opportunity to ex-Thomas Cook staff after opening Sudbury branch

05 December 2019

A team of staff, who lost their jobs following the collapse of a national firm, say they have renewed optimism after being employed by a new business.


Philips Avent site in Glemsford goes up for sale ahead of closure in early 2020

Philips Avent site in Glemsford goes up for sale ahead of closure in early 2020

Philips Avent site in Glemsford goes up for sale ahead of closure in early 2020

04 December 2019

Savills has begun marketing the manufacturing plant in Lower Road, Glemsford, which is set to cease production next year, affecting over 400 jobs.


Students team up with Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to support local businesses

Students team up with Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to support local businesses

Students team up with Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to support local businesses

03 December 2019

Pupils at Ormiston Sudbury Academy and Thomas Gainsborough School created digital leaflets to highlight the importance of supporting local businesses.


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