What’s On in Sudbury this September
Lots of ways to keep active this Autumn in Sudbury. Beat the Street starts on September 21 for 6 weeks and everyone is invited to take part, all you need to join in is to pick up a free card and map from your GP, Library or Leisure Centre. Play as an individual or join a team.
Beat the Street will transform Sudbury and Great Cornard into playable area where you are rewarded with points and prizes for running, walking and cycling as far as you can. Information will be found at lots of events including the Transition Sudbury Give and Take on September 17 at St. Johns Methodist Church, York Road, bring what you no longer want and take whatever you fancy all for free.
Other events where you can find details of Beat the Street will be at Women on Wheels on September 18 at AFC Sudbury, Walk on September 29 from the Kingfisher Leisure Centre and Sudbury Farmers Market on September 30 in St. Peter’s. Details can be found at beatthestreet.me/SGC or follow Beat the Street on Twitter (@BTSSGC) or like Beat the Street SGC on Facebook.
The Town Hall will be open on Saturday, September 10 from 10am to 4pm as part of the National Heritage Open Weekend. Visitors will be able to view the Mayor’s Parlour and Assembly Room as well the Heritage Centre and Museum.
On September 22 from 9.45am visit the Kettle & Fish Cafe to find out about World Car Free Day, there will also be groups promoting cycling and walking. Pick up details of walks, the new Sudbury cycling map as well as other goodies and One Life Suffolk can offer Free NHS Health Check for those aged 40-74.
Sudbury Bowls have an open day on September 24 and 25 from 10am to 2pm, when you can come along to Quay Lane and have a free taster session to see if it’s the game for you.
For a full list of all the events visit the Sudbury Tourist Information Centre located in the library or on the What’s On page at www.seeanddosudbury.co.uk.
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