Outgoing staff at the soon-to-close factory have concentrated their energies into producing thousands of headbands for protective face masks.
Future Perfect is an online scheme designed to support people aged 15 to 25, who are about to leave education, or have recently entered employment.
The Cock Horse in Church Street, which was forced to shut in March, decided to bring forward its takeaway service to enable it to continue trading.
The scheme sees the meals prepared at the pub, before being delivered to six hospices and care facilities in the region, as well as Hadleigh Foodbank.
Vibrant images of rainbows, which have become a symbol of gratitude during the crisis, now adorn the shop window at Boxford Stores.
Emma Waddell made the bold decision in 2010 to change careers and establish her own business, which sees her design and refurbish dolls houses.
Michael and Deborah Russell, owners of the family business in Lower Road, have had to adapt their business with a delivery and collection service.
The company has seen a significant increase in sales for its mobile disinfection units, which are designed to disinfect rooms and visible contents.
The independent café in King Street says it needs the community’s support more than ever to ensure its long-term survival.
QD shut all of its stores in March, but has decided to reopen some shops, after implementing measures to make sure shoppers are a safe distance apart.
The Sudbury branch of Cobblers and Keys is assembling hundreds of protective visors for hospitals and care homes, using its laser cutting machine.
Since posting the initiative online, Stephen Walters and Sons has received over 500 requests for materials, to help combat the spread of the virus.
William Chaytor opened the off-licence in Broad Street last month, following an extensive refurbishment project.
The bakery has started offering a contactless local delivery service for baked goods straight to the doorstep, in response to the public lockdown.
The communities secretary has urged the public to support local media as the industry finds itself under "significant financial pressure".
Cooks Private Hire is offering to collect and deliver groceries and medical prescriptions for vulnerable people in Sudbury and the surrounding area.