Sudbury is the place to come this November; with so much going on whether you like music, film or drama; the Quay Theatre will have something to suit everyone.
Refreshments are available in the first floor bar at the Quay Theatre and for more details of performances and Jojo’s kitchen check out their website, where you can also book online.
With the build up to Christmas there are also the Craft & Gift Fairs and Farmers Market in St. Peter’s Church and there is always a wide choice of stalls at the weekly market every Thursday and Saturday.
Sudbury also has a wide range of shops to suit all your shopping needs and one not to miss is the newly opened shop at Gainsborough’s House, where anyone can pop in to find an excellent range of superb gifts.
Christmas Light Switch On and Fair, Friday November 28 at 6.30pm, Christmas shopping gets into full swing; with stalls and lots going on including Santa’s Grotto, children’s rides and puppet shows.
When doing your Christmas shopping try to support your local shops whenever possible and take advantage of Sudbury’s 3 hours Free Parking.
Not forgetting to support our local restaurants and cafes who are starting to introduce their festive menus including The Mill Hotel with its special festive afternoon tea and the Rude Strawberry’s festive lunch deal or you can book Christmas dinners with all the trimmings in the evenings.
To really get into the festive mood, take a historic guided Dickensian walk round Sudbury on November 29 with ‘Scrooge’ and ‘Mrs Scatchit’.
To find out more and for a full list of all the events visit the Sudbury Tourist Information Centre located in the library or a list of events can be downloaded from www.sudburytowncouncil.co.uk
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