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St Peter's and Mackman of Sudbury shortlisted for regional tourism award




Sudbury, Suffolk, UK, 06 November 2018..Alli Burke is the new development officer for St Peter's church in Sudbury, a position funded by The Churches Conservation Trust...Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography. (6469592)
Sudbury, Suffolk, UK, 06 November 2018..Alli Burke is the new development officer for St Peter's church in Sudbury, a position funded by The Churches Conservation Trust...Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography. (6469592)

A prominent community hub in Sudbury and a town marketing agency are in the running to win a tourism award.

St Peter’s on Market Hill, which is undergoing a £2.5 million regeneration project, and branding and marketing agency Mackman, which came up with a new image for the site, have been shortlisted in the best marketing category of The Norfolk & Suffolk Tourism Awards.

Following St Peter’s unsuccessful lottery fund application in 2017, Mackman started working with the venue to build a new identity.

Having launch the brand and new approach to marketing in March, St Peter’s was awarded £275,000 in lottery funding in aid of the regeneration project, led by development officer Alli Burke.

St Peter’s is managed by the Friends of St Peter’s and supported by The Churches Conservation Trust.

Paul Mackman, managing director of Mackman, said: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the best marketing category. It recognises the impact branding and marketing can have on a voluntary organisation, and the sector as a whole.”

The awards final takes place next month.


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