The business, which remains dedicated to the silk weaving industry, has further reason to celebrate having recently marked its 300th anniversary.
Despite being in business for just 12 hours before closing, Double Take Hair Salon says the community's support has given them great confidence.
The pub had been operating for just three weeks and four days under its new management, when the coronavirus lockdown forced its doors to shut again.
Keen to fulfil an overwhelming demand in bookings, Lipstick and Locks staged a 24-hour event on Saturday, with appointments offered through the night.
The Watering Can bistro, based at Cherry Lane in High Street, resumed its service yesterday, as the garden centre reports growing levels of trade.
Taxi firms campaigned against the changes to the fares structure, arguing the changes would cause confusion and actually leave some drivers worse off.
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In order to satisfy social distancing guidelines, the business will allow a maximum of two households to dine in each pod.
The buyers are invited to a virtual meeting of the South Suffolk Taskforce tomorrow, as stakeholders voice cautious optimism about the site’s future.
Traders were commended at a Sudbury Town Council meeting this week, after successfully adapting to meet the increasing pressures of the pandemic.
The family-run company received the People’s Choice Award for the East of England and East Anglia at the Family Business of the Year Awards.
Richard Nice’s great-great-grandfather, William, established his own blacksmith business in Gestingthorpe during the 1830s.
The hotel has targeted an official reopening date of July 10, after the Government confirmed the hospitality industry could resume trading on July 4.
Business owner Terri Newman has established a range of cake-decorating tools and cooking equipment, which she hopes will help the store’s footfall.
The regular town centre market, which runs every Thursday and Saturday, will now also trade on Fridays until further notice.
Pile it High opened its doors in North Street for the first time on Monday, offering household goods, as well as items catered to the current crisis.