A Sudbury company, which specialises in weather monitoring, has been awarded a Suffolk Carbon Charter silver award for its carbon reduction efforts.
The student council at a Sudbury school, which won a £4,000 grant for a new garden, was applauded after spearheading the project from start to finish.
Sudbury and Great Waldingfield held open gardens at the weekend with a total of 40 gardens on show.
A nature area behind The Quay Theatre has been described by volunteers as “Sudbury’s best kept secret”, after being given a new lease of life.
A hot weekend brought out scores of people to admire some beautiful gardens in Boxford and Kersey on Sunday.
Councillors have called for control of Belle Vue Park to be returned to Sudbury, stating this could help it be “the jewel in the Sudbury crown” again.
A long-running celebration of the flora and horticulture of Sudbury is set to return this weekend.
A new branch of an international social movement, which aims to push for action to combat climate change, has been launched in Sudbury.
Keen to embark on an ambitious project, Nick Temple and his wife Elizabeth became the proud owners of Bures Mill in 1994.
Boxford resident Daniel Moore wanted to provide not only the best printer ink cartridges on the market, but also show customers that recycling pays.
More than 40 bags of rubbish were collected around McDonald’s in Sudbury during a community litter pick.
This time last year, they left 24 million footprints across Suffolk. And it is about to start all over again, as the Suffolk Walking Festival returns.
A public consultation on parking arrangements in Cross Street in Sudbury is in the pipeline, as authorities consider how to tackle pollution issues.