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The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.
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.
Oliver Forder believes the time for investment in Sudbury is now, to ensure the town emerges successfully from the coronavirus crisis.
In order to satisfy social distancing guidelines, the business will allow a maximum of two households to dine in each pod.
Traders were commended at a Sudbury Town Council meeting this week, after successfully adapting to meet the increasing pressures of the pandemic.
During the closure, the charity has been unable to generate any income from its meeting rooms and offices in Gainsborough Street.
Since launching the project, Elaine Butler has created around 800 non-surgical face masks, which are on sale from a makeshift stall outside her home.
Gareth Lloyd acknowledged it is an unusual time, having moved into the leadership role earlier this month, but he is excited by the opportunity.
Edna Battye, owner of Chappel Galleries, said the venue’s spacious nature meant social distancing could be conducted relatively easily.
Business owner Terri Newman has established a range of cake-decorating tools and cooking equipment, which she hopes will help the store’s footfall.
Lupe Cunha and John McMillan have been delighted by the response to New Art For You, a website they set up in response to the coronavirus lockdown.
The Quay Theatre plans to provide its visitors with a virtual entertainment experience by streaming shows and events online.
St Gregory's Church had been closed for almost three months to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
The regular town centre market, which runs every Thursday and Saturday, will now also trade on Fridays until further notice.