The design was chosen from a final shortlist of six teams by a panel of judges, and will now appear on the menu at 200 Subway stores this spring.
Businesses won acclaim for their products and services, both locally and nationally, in a competition run by the business website, thebestof Sudbury.
Villagers say the trial for a reduced timetable on the Chambers 84 bus cannot realistically judge demand if more accessible stops are not introduced.
Rosalind Eminson said she was keen to give a token of appreciation to the Kernos Centre for its support of vulnerable people in and around Sudbury.
During the nature hunt, which runs until Sunday, children were tasked with finding a list of 40 items on their maps around the Kentwell Hall grounds.
Fourteen-year-old Tiffany Morvany was found in Barking, London at 3.20pm yesterday. Suffolk Police has thanked the public for assisting the appeal.
Mrs Wright celebrated the landmark at Chilton Croft Nursing Home in Newton Road on Saturday with 48 family members.
After posting the competition on the company’s social media sites, more than 16,000 people have viewed it, to vote on the best made entry.
Enquiries are continuing into the incident at Infinity Nightclub in East Street last summer, when a 32-year-old man was attacked in the men’s toilets.
After parking her car in one of the disabled bays, the victim was approached by a man, who started shouting, swearing and banging on the car.
A public meeting takes place next month to mark the scheme's launch, in the wake of several burglaries, including a break-in at Nethergate Brewery.
A black Audi A5 S was stolen from a property in Blunden Close on Sunday afternoon.
An appeal to raise £340,000 to help transform the experiences of end-of-life and terminally ill patients gained an unexpected boost this month.
Last year’s walk raised £2,110, split evenly between the Decaf memory café at The Bridge Project in Sudbury and Hadleigh Dementia Action Alliance.
The Suffolk School Bus Campaign said it is extremely disappointed and will continue to lobby for three key alterations to the controversial policy.
Although plans for the Sudbury relief road were shelved over a year ago, Babergh District Council says it has not given up on it happening entirely.
Bus users have been urged to make good use of the 84 bus during the trial period announced by Chambers, or risk ending up “back at square one”.
During a meeting on Tuesday, new town councillor Louise Fowler reiterated her opposition to plans to build a hotel on the former swimming pool site.
Pupils at Pot Kiln Primary School were asked the question: 'How can you respect the feelings of others if you do not respect your own feelings?'
Pupils from each year group took part in the show, which was staged across three days to more than 1,000 people.