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Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

This is how to get half-price meals every Monday to Wednesday during August


Anchor Inn in Nayland installs outdoor dining pods ahead of re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

Anchor Inn in Nayland installs outdoor dining pods ahead of re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

Anchor Inn in Nayland installs outdoor dining pods ahead of re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

In order to satisfy social distancing guidelines, the business will allow a maximum of two households to dine in each pod.


Delphi Diesel Systems completes sale of Sudbury site to Future Properties Industrial

Delphi Diesel Systems completes sale of Sudbury site to Future Properties Industrial

Delphi Diesel Systems completes sale of Sudbury site to Future Properties Industrial

The buyers are invited to a virtual meeting of the South Suffolk Taskforce tomorrow, as stakeholders voice cautious optimism about the site’s future.


Sudbury businesses applauded for innovative approach to adapt to coronavirus crisis

Sudbury businesses applauded for innovative approach to adapt to coronavirus crisis

Sudbury businesses applauded for innovative approach to adapt to coronavirus crisis

Traders were commended at a Sudbury Town Council meeting this week, after successfully adapting to meet the increasing pressures of the pandemic.


Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury celebrates family business award after reporting record sales month

Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury celebrates family business award after reporting record sales month

Caribbean Blinds in Sudbury celebrates family business award after reporting record sales month

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.


Gestingthorpe man pays homage to five generations of family blacksmith trade with new business

Gestingthorpe man pays homage to five generations of family blacksmith trade with new business

Gestingthorpe man pays homage to five generations of family blacksmith trade with new business

Richard Nice’s great-great-grandfather, William, established his own blacksmith business in Gestingthorpe during the 1830s.


Stoke-by-Nayland Hotel on course for re-opening after enthusiastic response from customer survey

Stoke-by-Nayland Hotel on course for re-opening after enthusiastic response from customer survey

Stoke-by-Nayland Hotel on course for re-opening after enthusiastic response from customer survey

The hotel has targeted an official reopening date of July 10, after the Government confirmed the hospitality industry could resume trading on July 4.


Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh resumes trading after extended closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh resumes trading after extended closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh resumes trading after extended closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Business owner Terri Newman has established a range of cake-decorating tools and cooking equipment, which she hopes will help the store’s footfall.


Third market day introduced in Sudbury to maintain social distancing and avoid overcrowding of traders

Third market day introduced in Sudbury to maintain social distancing and avoid overcrowding of traders

Third market day introduced in Sudbury to maintain social distancing and avoid overcrowding of traders

The regular town centre market, which runs every Thursday and Saturday, will now also trade on Fridays until further notice.


New discount shop aims to help Sudbury shoppers navigate challenging time as coronavirus lockdown eases

New discount shop aims to help Sudbury shoppers navigate challenging time as coronavirus lockdown eases

New discount shop aims to help Sudbury shoppers navigate challenging time as coronavirus lockdown eases

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.


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