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Sudbury clergyman preparing for 20-mile fundraising pilgrimage in aid of Kernos Centre

Sudbury clergyman preparing for 20-mile fundraising pilgrimage in aid of Kernos Centre

Sudbury clergyman preparing for 20-mile fundraising pilgrimage in aid of Kernos Centre

03 August 2020

The Rev Tom Mumford will set off from St Gregory’s Church to St Edmundsbury Cathedral and its Abbey ruins in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday, August 22.


Mauldons Brewery in Sudbury optimistic for future after earning award for services during coronavirus lockdown

Mauldons Brewery in Sudbury optimistic for future after earning award for services during coronavirus lockdown

Mauldons Brewery in Sudbury optimistic for future after earning award for services during coronavirus lockdown

31 July 2020

The Sudbury beer maker quickly adapted its business model following the lockdown, launching an online shop and a delivery service for its products.


St Joseph's Primary School in Sudbury cuts ribbon on new classrooms after project completed during coronavirus crisis

St Joseph's Primary School in Sudbury cuts ribbon on new classrooms after project completed during coronavirus crisis

St Joseph's Primary School in Sudbury cuts ribbon on new classrooms after project completed during coronavirus crisis

31 July 2020

After being allowed to proceed as essential work, Sudbury-based Cooper and Kelling Builders pressed on to finish the project for the new school year.


Long Melford man set to stage community cycling fundraiser inspired by family's cancer battles

Long Melford man set to stage community cycling fundraiser inspired by family's cancer battles

Long Melford man set to stage community cycling fundraiser inspired by family's cancer battles

31 July 2020

Stuart Poole is inviting people to take part in a return cycle ride from Long Melford to Sudbury on Sunday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.


Chilton Woods plans for Sudbury take key step forward after terms of £35m site sale to developer agreed

Chilton Woods plans for Sudbury take key step forward after terms of £35m site sale to developer agreed

Chilton Woods plans for Sudbury take key step forward after terms of £35m site sale to developer agreed

30 July 2020

Suffolk County Council announced it has exchanged contracts to sell the Chilton Woods development site as a single lot to housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.


PICTURES: Sudbury's talents showcased in new community market at Christopher Centre

PICTURES: Sudbury's talents showcased in new community market at Christopher Centre

PICTURES: Sudbury's talents showcased in new community market at Christopher Centre

30 July 2020

The Christopher Centre launched a new monthly community market and car boot sale on Saturday, with a range of goods and creations on offer.


PICTURES: Magic Weekend delivers moments of wonder to Kentwell Hall

PICTURES: Magic Weekend delivers moments of wonder to Kentwell Hall

PICTURES: Magic Weekend delivers moments of wonder to Kentwell Hall

30 July 2020

The two-day event drew around 600 visitors to the Tudor site in Long Melford, to enjoy activities such as sorcery, alchemy and a fantasy-themed hunt.


Sudbury man determined to overcome medical condition with fundraising walk in aid of NHS

Sudbury man determined to overcome medical condition with fundraising walk in aid of NHS

Sudbury man determined to overcome medical condition with fundraising walk in aid of NHS

30 July 2020

Joe Warren is embarking on a 14-mile walk from Great Cornard to Long Melford, with donations going to the My Wish Charity at West Suffolk Hospital.


West Suffolk Hospital issues statement following inappropriate social media post

West Suffolk Hospital issues statement following inappropriate social media post

West Suffolk Hospital issues statement following inappropriate social media post

29 July 2020

Staff member added a Snapchat story which was later shared on Facebook.


Sudbury schoolboy inspired by cousin's battle with cancer to embark on 1,000km cycling fundraiser

Sudbury schoolboy inspired by cousin's battle with cancer to embark on 1,000km cycling fundraiser

Sudbury schoolboy inspired by cousin's battle with cancer to embark on 1,000km cycling fundraiser

28 July 2020

Alfie Gardiner, a pupil at Ormiston Sudbury Academy, began his challenge after his three-year-old cousin, Nellie, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.


Caffeine Lounge in Sudbury reports 'shaky start' since re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

Caffeine Lounge in Sudbury reports 'shaky start' since re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

Caffeine Lounge in Sudbury reports 'shaky start' since re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

28 July 2020

The e-sports lounge says it is contemplating closing until social distancing regulations can be lifted, stating they have made it hard to do business.


Restorations of Goldsmiths Mansion and St Leonard's recognised in Sudbury Society's architectural awards

Restorations of Goldsmiths Mansion and St Leonard's recognised in Sudbury Society's architectural awards

Restorations of Goldsmiths Mansion and St Leonard's recognised in Sudbury Society's architectural awards

28 July 2020

The judging panel described both projects as worthy winners of the award, stating they showed the “highest standards of restoration and conservation”.


FEATURE: Sudbury Common Lands ranger sheds light on 30 years of caring for 'jewel in town's crown'

FEATURE: Sudbury Common Lands ranger sheds light on 30 years of caring for 'jewel in town's crown'

FEATURE: Sudbury Common Lands ranger sheds light on 30 years of caring for 'jewel in town's crown'

27 July 2020

This summer, Adrian Walters is stepping down as senior ranger. He says every day working in Sudbury's water meadows has been another day in paradise.


Sudbury woman embarks on new business venture with launch of Marshall Method gym

Sudbury woman embarks on new business venture with launch of Marshall Method gym

Sudbury woman embarks on new business venture with launch of Marshall Method gym

27 July 2020

Shayne Kemp opened The Marshall Method in Gaol Lane, after a career largely spent in private childcare, having been bitten by the fitness bug.


White Horse pub in Sudbury celebrate Camra award for efforts during coronavirus pandemic

White Horse pub in Sudbury celebrate Camra award for efforts during coronavirus pandemic

White Horse pub in Sudbury celebrate Camra award for efforts during coronavirus pandemic

27 July 2020

Gary and Ashley Addison, who run the White Horse in North Street, established a successful take-away service during the public lockdown.


Six-week donation drive launched by East of England to support foodbanks in Sudbury and Hadleigh

Six-week donation drive launched by East of England to support foodbanks in Sudbury and Hadleigh

Six-week donation drive launched by East of England to support foodbanks in Sudbury and Hadleigh

24 July 2020

Taking place over the school holidays, the campaign aims to help foodbanks cope with rising demand, due to the economic impact of coronavirus crisis.


Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury aims to double current workforce after unveiling factory expansion plans

Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury aims to double current workforce after unveiling factory expansion plans

Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury aims to double current workforce after unveiling factory expansion plans

24 July 2020

The family-run business announced this week that it intends to begin work on a 10,000 square foot extension of its existing factory site in October.


PICTURES: Summer of Sports lifts spirits at care homes in Sudbury and Cavendish

PICTURES: Summer of Sports lifts spirits at care homes in Sudbury and Cavendish

PICTURES: Summer of Sports lifts spirits at care homes in Sudbury and Cavendish

24 July 2020

The Summer of Sports, which coincides with the cancelled Tokyo 2020 Olympic opening date, sees residents try their hand at daily challenges this week.


Sudbury couple praise community's support for open garden fundraiser in aid of St Nicholas Hospice

Sudbury couple praise community's support for open garden fundraiser in aid of St Nicholas Hospice

Sudbury couple praise community's support for open garden fundraiser in aid of St Nicholas Hospice

24 July 2020

Disappointed that this year’s Sudbury Open Gardens was cancelled due to coronavirus, Conrad and Colette Bentley, staged their own two-day spectacle.


Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

23 July 2020

Age UK Suffolk's suspension of services from Friday will impact the Chilton Centre, home of the Chilton Club social group, and Go Start's head office.


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