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    Page: Welcome

    We welcome your interest in the Sudbury Society. Why not become a Member and join us Our broad objectives are: To stimulate local interest and pride in our attractiveand historic market town. To encourage the very highest standard of planning and archi …

    Page: Events

    The Society hosts regular members’ meetings held at    All Saints Old School Hall, Church  Street, Sudbury CO10 2BL. There is a small carpark almost opposite. Entry is £3 for members and £5 for non members and everyone is welcome to attend. We have an …

    Event: Christmas Buffet and Band

    Event: The Universe from Sudbury

    Page: Planning

    Sudbury’s former Boy’s Grammar School Below you will find the comments of the Sudbury Society Planning Group as submitted to the planning authorities. Walnuttree Planning Comments Planning Comments submitted October 23 2015 PLANNING COMMENTS SUBMITTED …

    Page: News

      Recent local news stories are listed below. LoveSudbury campaign launch at Sudbury on ShowMarch 13, 2017Sudbury on Show this year was hugely successful for the Sudbury Society. Our stand looked marvellous. In fact, some of us thought it was the …

    Page: Links

    RC Church on The Croft Here are some links to other organisations or groups who have an interest in Sudbury or in civic pride generally. Babergh District CouncilThis link takes you to the main Babergh website. Then click on Planning. http://www.babergh …

    Page: Advice to owners

    Here is some advice for local property owners who intend to make alterations  A LISTED PROPERTY eg Grade 1 or 2 First discuss your plans with the Conservation Officer at Babergh District Council A LOCALLY LISTED PROPERTY A few suggestions if you are th …

    Page: The Book

     ‘The Unlisted Heritage’ A Sudbury Society book A compilation of buildings in Sudbury that are not currently listed by English Heritage. Instead they appear on the Local Authority’s list of buildings that are of historical or aesthetic interest. This g …

    Page: The Stars & Stripes

    The Star-Spangled banner – from Sudbury Next time you walk down Cross Street towards Ballingdon have a look at the cottages on your right – specifically numbers 75-78. They might look fairly nondescript now – modest terraced houses – but they have a hi …

    Page: Newsletters

    The Society publishes two Newsletters each year, full of event reports, photographs, articles and member submissions. Our editor is always on the lookout for interesting features and opinion pieces so please do get in touch with your ideas to newsjourn …

    Page: Join

    Annual Subscription rates (1st Jan – 31st Dec) are: Single Member £10 Junior member (under 18) £5 Corporate (for local organisations that wish to support the Society) £15 NEW members joining after 1st October may join at the reduced rate of £5 for the …

    Page: Contact

    Please direct any general enquiries concerning the Society to: info@sudburysociety.org.uk Specific queries may be directed to members of the executive committee listed below: Chairman: Prof. John French –  chair@sudburysociety.org.uk Vice-Chairman: Ian …

    Page: About Us

    The Sudbury Society was born in 1973 at a time when Sudbury was undergoing great changes – many houses and other buildings in the heart of the town were being pulled down to make way for new roads and car parks whilst residential and housing estates we …

    Page: Joint Local Plan 2016-2036

    Babergh and Mid Suffolk JOINT LOCAL PLAN 2016 – 2036 RESPONSE BY THE SUDBURY SOCIETY TO INITIAL CONSULTATION Sudbury was established at the river crossing. It has a distinct edge to the meadows and riverside which has largely been maintained apart from …

    Event: Tour of Recycling Depot RESCHEDULED

    Event: Domes in Architecture

    Page: AGM 2018 – Chair’s Report

    Chair’s Report given at the Annual General Meeting of the Sudbury Society on 23 March 2018   This has been a very busy year for both Committee and Members. We have worked on ‘going public’ with the Society, heard talks on everything from sign-writ …

    Event Report: Sudbury Society AGM – 2018

    Friday 23 March 2018, All Saints Church Hall, Sudbury   Members were welcomed by outgoing chairman, Lorna Hoey who read apologies for absence and asked for the adoption of the minutes from the AGM of Friday March 24 2017. The minutes were adopted. …

    Event Report: Harry Turner – Sudbury’s Unsung Hero

    Sudbury Society AGM, Friday 23 March 2018, All Saints Church Hall, Sudbury   Following the official business of the AGM, members enjoyed a short refreshment break before ne chairman, John French introduced society member, Sam Thornton with his tal …

    Event Report: The Silk road to Sudbury

      Report from the meeting of the Sudbury Society Friday 23 February 2018 The meeting was opened by chairman, Lorna Hoey who outlined the change in times and days of meetings and that from now they will all be held at All Saints Church Hall in Sudb …

    Page: Planning comments

    Page: Sudbury’s Local List

    Introduction Listed Buildings Our distinctive and attractive townscape is a mix of buildings from many periods. Most people are aware of the fine old buildings in the town, dating from the 15th through to the early 19th Century. These are considered to …

    Page: Sudbury Photo Gallery

    Sudbury is a thriving market town with a long history. Before the Roman Conquest an Iron Age settlement occupied the defensible spur of high ground, roughly between the Croft and Stour Street.  The development of the present town began in the Middle Sa …

    Event Report: An Inky Evening with Sue Molineux – Talk and demo 26 January

    SudSoc NewsJournal 26 January 2018 meeting   The first meeting of the year in the new venue of the All Saints Hall on Church St (the old school) was something a little different. We have probably all walked past the Print Workshop at Gainsborough’ …

    Event Report: Christmas Call my Bluff

    December’s meeting was probably the last time that the Sudbury Society will meet in Friars Hall for the hall, part of the United Reform Church, is to close in January. However, it may be, just may be, that the new owner will allow the hall to be used i …

    Event Report: Cattle on the Water Meadows

        Cattle on the Sudbury Common Lands and Riverside: a year of management  Back by popular request for November’s meeting was Adrian Walters, Ranger of the Sudbury Common Lands – more popularly known as the water meadows. This slide-talk foc …

    Event Report: The Westminster Trip

    A Fabulous Tour!   It must be about 50 years since I went around the Houses of Parliament. Since then I have learned much about British history and can make much more sense of what I saw and was being told by our excellent guide, John.   We b …

    Event Report: Garden Party at River House

    Come into the garden… Bank Holiday weekends and sunshine do not always go together but they did on Saturday 27 August, the day of the Sudbury Society’s garden party at Andrew Phillips’ house on The Croft. The weather was perfect: not too hot, not cold, …

    Event Report: Sudbury Society AGM 24 March 2017

      The Chair, Lorna Hoey, welcomed members (approximately 50) to the meeting and explained the format of the evening. There followed apologies for absence and signing off the minutes of the 2016 AGM. Lorna then gave the Chair/Executive Committee Re …

    News Story: LoveSudbury campaign launch at Sudbury on Show

    Sudbury on Show this year was hugely successful for the Sudbury Society. Our stand looked marvellous. In fact, some of us thought it was the best one there! We certainly had a lot more visitors than last time, and plenty of people who engaged us in con …

    Event Report: No cars = civic togetherness by GP Denis Brogan

    February’s Sudbury Society meeting was scheduled as a talk by Dr Dennis Brogan with the title Is there a doctor in the house? We were probably expecting reminiscences and anecdotes from the life of a Sudbury GP but Dr Brogan said he would not be talkin …

    Event Report: Walking in the slow lane by Angie Jones

      The first meeting of the year started disappointingly for the audience and infuriatingly for the speaker: the projector would not ‘talk’ to the laptop and even when another was brought there were technical problems which meant no pictures. …

    Event Report: Music Hall with Bryan Thurlow

    There was a disappointing turn out for the Sudbury Society’s talk on music hall by Bryan Thurlow on 2 December. This was surprising as Bryan has been very popular at previous Sudbury Society meetings for he is full of enthusiasm for his subject. He san …

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    on the meadows

    Event Report: Discoveries in Suffolk graveyards

    It has been said that Sudbury Society meetings should inform, educate, interest and entertain. That’s a tall order but I endeavoured to fulfil all of these for the October meeting. As it was nearly Hallowe’en I thought a slide-talk about gravestones wo …

    News Story: The perambulating Post Office…

    So, the Post Office in Sudbury is closing – shock! horror! But, of course, it isn’t closing as such although that makes better headlines. If the proposals go according to plan, it will move across the road about 100 yards away from the present building …

    News Story: Our Chairman’s views on relocation of the Bus Station

    The Sudbury Society wholeheartedly supports the development of Sudbury Town Centre to provide extended retail and recreational facilities within the town, which should enhance the future viability of the town centre. Unfortunately the Hamilton Road Qua …

    Event Report: Did you have your say about your Society and your town?

    September’s meeting was a members’ forum, chaired by Lorna Hoey, for pooling of questions, thoughts, ideas and suggestions about the Sudbury Society and the town itself. Members had been asked in advance for questions and comments but, disappointingly, …

    News Story: The Bus station: more thoughts

    The Sudbury Society is appreciative and supportive of the efforts being made to re-site the Bus Station which is crucial for the development of the Hamilton Road area and for the future of Sudbury as a thriving market town. The Society believes that th …

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    Event Report: Visit to Little Hall, Lavenham

    On a beautiful morning in late June, Sudbury Society members enjoyed a private visit to Little Hall in Lavenham. One of the village’s show places it is set just off the square around the corner from the Guildhall – and it’s yellow ochre – you can’t mis …

    Event Report: Sudbury Society AGM

      The Society AGM took place on Friday 18th March at Friars Hall. It  followed the usual format with apologies for absence, adoption of the minutes of the 2015 AGM, Chairman’s report and a brief finance report by the Chair as the Treasurer has sto …

    Event Report: Putting Gainsborough’s House on the map

      After the AGM on 18 March Mark Bills, Director of Gainsborough’s House, gave a brief history of and a more detailed look at the future of GH. He began by showing GH’s on Brewer’s map of Sudbury of 1714 when the Carter family lived there. It was …

    News Story: Chilton Woods – Our response to the recent Planning Application

    OUTLINE PLANNING APPLICATION –  B/15/01718 The Sudbury Society fully understands the need to expand the market town of Sudbury by the provision of further housing and employment. We believe this extension should be carried out so that it will be a seam …

    News Story: Get involved with new book on Listed Buildings

    There are nearly 250 listed buildings in Sudbury. The Sudbury Society are currently putting together a new book,  A Brief Look at the Listed Buildings of Sudbury – a snapshot of what we have now, and a window onto Sudbury’s past. As part of the process …

    News Story: WW2 painting for Heritage Centre

    ‘Seeing Jessie Home’ – a painting by Steven Binks, first shown at our ‘Visions of Sudbury’ Art show back in October 2015. A joint funding scheme between The Sudbury Society, Sudbury Museum Trust and Sudbury Freemen’s Trust (with the additional help of …

    News Story: Chilton – A New Book

    The Society’s former Chairman, David Burnett, has recently published a new book based on the history of Chilton.  After 18 months or so of research the result is this profusely illustrated story which begins in the Late Bronze Age, incorporates the dis …

    Event Report: Quay History Talk – Belle Vue House

    Belle Vue House has a history – but will it have a future? The Quay Theatre opened 2016’s series of local history talks on Sunday evening 24 January with my new slide-talk about the history of Belle Vue House which has been in the news during the last …

    News Story: Look at new plans for St Peters

    The Friends of St Peter’s has begun the process of planning some major building development and restoration work. We are very keen that all our supporters, hirers and indeed all people of the town have plenty of opportunities to see and comment on plan …

    News Story: Those Town Centre Traffic Lights!

    Attached are some notes I wrote recently with regard to traffic issues in Sudbury. My aim was to try and use common sense approaches which would not involve large capital expenditure to try and assist with the flow of traffic in the town and possibly h …

    Post: Those town centre traffic lights!

    Attached are some notes I wrote recently with regard to traffic issues in Sudbury. My aim was to try and use common sense approaches which would not involve large capital expenditure to try and assist with the flow of traffic in the town and possibly h …

    News Story: Our latest ‘Visions’ Art Show

    Visions of Sudbury – the sixth of these exhibitions that we’ve held by Anne Grimshaw The sixth bi-annual Sudbury Society’s Visions of Sudbury art exhibition opened to the public at St Peter’s Church on Tuesday 6 October after the Private Viewing the ev …

    News Story: Bus Station developments

    RESPONSE TO THE BUS STATIONS PROPOSALS BY THE SUDBURY SOCIETY We are pleased to see positive movement on the bus station issue. At last the bus station is to be moved from its earlier favoured  site within the development area thus maximising the area’ …

    News Story: The Sudbury Fire

    The fire tore through Oxfam at 42-43 Market Hill, formerly the premises of one of the old established family businesses Mattingly and Sons.                                 …

    Event Report: A Mayor’s Tale – Adrian Osborne 27/11/15

    Mayor’s chain of office A Mayor’s Tale November’s meeting was a talk by former mayor, Adrian Osborne, who began by clarifying that this was to be a mayor’s tale, not a mare’s tail! It was a very personal talk in which Adrian briefly described his backg …

    Event Report: ◊ Visit to Copped Hall – 26/6/15

    The SudSoc visit to Copped Hall was most enjoyable –  a delight, especially on a beautiful sunny day. What a good job that architect and trustee Alan Cox was able to step in and thwart the developers (aka vandals in this case) to breathe life into the …

    Event Report: ◊ Roaming Around a Roman Villa 15/8/2015

    The August outing to Ashley Cooper’s farm at Gestingthorpe was a delight. Ashley picked up threads from his talk to the Sudbury Society in November 2014 about the Roman villa which his father, Harold, had uncovered in the late 1940s soon after he bough …

    Event Report: ◊ The Victorian Ghost Hunter – 31/10/15

    October’s meeting was the day before Hallowe’en and so one SudSoc committee members turned up on her broomstick! (Well, not quite – but witches’ hats were in evidence…) The speaker also took a spooky theme: Andrew Selwyn-Crome, with goatee beard, in na …

    News Story: Our criticism of the so-called Local Plan ‘Consultation’

    Babergh /Suffolk Public Consultation on the Draft Sudbury Local Plan held on 23 February 2015. Imagine the Reception area of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre. It’s Friday afternoon, the last day of half-term. Children are running around in swimming costum …

    Event Report: Walking Quiz

    The 10 June was the first of the Sudbury Society’s summer events. This took the form of a walking quiz starting at the Gainsborough statue and involving following a route and answering questions about what was to be seen. Compiled by Rod Gray who has a …

    Event Report: Music Hall, Marie LLoyd and Methodism

      May’s talk was a one-man ‘show’ by music hall memory man, Bryan Thurlow. He began with a reminder of TV’s The Good Olde Days from Leeds City Varieties – remember the Master of Ceremonies, Leonard Sachs? That was followed by a superfluity of sens …

    Event Report: SUDBURY ON SHOW MARCH 7 2015

    The Sudbury Society at Sudbury on Show 2015 Sudbury on Show on 7 March in St Peter’s church and Town Hall showcased local charities, voluntary groups and sports clubs of which there are about 200 in the town although not all were on show – but over hal …

    Event Report: The History and Conservationof the Sudbury Riverside January 30 2015

    The salmon leap This was the wide-ranging title of Adrian Walters’ illustrated talk to members at the Sudbury Society’s meeting on January 26th. It was a particularly bitter evening so it was a sign of the popularity of Adrian’s talks that so many peop …

    Event Report: The Mysteries of Gestingthorpe Roman villa November 28 2014

    It is always a pleasure to listen to Ashley Cooper talking so passionately about his farm, his father, their mutual interest in history and their archaeological finds around the Roman villa on their land at Gestingthorpe.     Ashley illustrated his tal …

    Event Report: Ghosts and Ghouls October 31 2014

    GHOSTS AND GHOULS – A TALK BY SHEILA WRIGHT Very suitably for Hallowe’en a good audience turned out to hear Sheila Wright’s tales of things that go bump in the night or walk through walls. Before the start of proceedings, however, David Burnett was ver …

    Event Report: Society visit to Munnings’ House at Dedham August 30th

    Horse Painter par excellence It was a perfect summer’s day for the Sudbury Society’s visit to the delightful and elegant Castle House and garden with its mature trees and sweeping lawns at Dedham, the home for forty years of equestrian artist Sir Alfre …

    Event Report: Cheese and Wine Christmas Quiz

    About 70 people enjoyed the Society’s Christmas event –  cheese and wine and a quiz on 12 December. The room in the Masonic Hall had been beautifully set out with coloured tablecloths, pretty table decorations, bottles of wine and crackers. The food wa …

    Page: A Sudbury Town Plan

    WHAT SHOULD BE IN A SUDBURY PLAN? This is OUR TOWN. We have had enough of things being done to us or for us. We are not sure of the proposed legally binding ‘Action Plan’. Who are the parties to it? Who will monitor the process of implementation over t …

    News Story: Latest thinking on current local issues

    Current applications – Walnuttree and St Leonards are still going through the planning process. Bypass – some significant moves seem to be taking place towards a solution, involving links between the A120/A12/A134, which would avoid harm to the sensiti …

    News Story: What was under our gardens?

      Pter Rednall with two budding archaeologists on The Croft Spot the digger! One of many clay pipes Jawbones – a horse?               What was under our gardens? Sudbury Big Dig 3-5 October 2014 The Sudbury Commu …

    News Story: Lorna Hoey – our ‘Chair Elect’

      The Sudbury Society now has a new ‘Chair Elect’ in Lorna Hoey having been without a Chairman since Peter Thorogood stepped down after three years in the post. Lorna is something of the new kid on the block but has been a committee member for a w …

    Event Report: 150 Years of a Retail Butcher’s Shop September 26

    Ruse’s butchers shop 1912 A bit gruesome but that’s how it was!   The first talk of the winter season was on 26 September and pretty well attended it was too. The speaker was Henry Ruse, one of the famous Ruse family of butchers who own a shop in …

    Event Report: Visit to Suffolk Regiment Museum Bury St Edmunds 29 August

    The Suffolk Regiment Museum at Bury was new territory for most of the Sudbury Society visitors. We were a given a potted history of the regiment by curator Gwyn Thomas then taken to the gallery and left to browse through medals, uniforms, photographs, …

    News Story: Belle Vue – the Society’s position

    BELLE VUE HOUSE AND PARK AND TRAFFIC – the Society Planning Group’s response to the consultation about the future of Belle Vue – August 19 2014 THE PARK This is one of the town’s great assets, with its variety of formal, organised and informal spaces a …

    Event Report: Is there Treasure in Your Attic?

                          The May 2014 meeting was a little different from usual: something of a one-man Antiques Roadshow presented by James Fletcher, a private valuer and auctioneer formerly from Sworders. Members brought antiques for him to look at, ass …

    Link: Suffolk Preservation Society

    Event Report: What’s Good about Sudbury

    Our President, Lord Andrew Phillips, took this statement as a starting point for his short gallop through the history of our town. His remarks on Friday 28thMarch were addressed  to a large audience who had braved more of the season’s soggy weather to …

    Event Report: Suffolk 1940 – would Sudbury have survived a German invasion?

    Jonathan Belsey spoke to a full house at the January meeting with the slide-talk chillingly titled Suffolk 1940: would Sudbury have survived a German invasion?             He set the scene with what was happening in Europe during 1940: Dunkirk, fall of …

    News Story: What’s under your garden?

    A mass dig for history will take place in Sudbury October 3-5th this year to discover more about the town’s past. Cambridge University archaeologist Dr Carenza Lewis, of Time Team fame and the BBC’s Great British Story, will lead the Dig which will inv …

    News Story: Walnuttree Hospital

    We understand that the NHS Foundation Trust will be submitting an outline Planning Application with Babergh for the redevelopment of the Walnuttree Hospital site.  There was some talk about the Health Authority just marketing the site ‘as seen.’ This o …

    News Story: How important is an anchor?

    (Our planning group is pressing  the owner of the new Javelin shop in Friars Street to reconsider  plans to remove the attractive pub sign from the facade of what was formerly The Anchor PH.) The sign and its marvellous shadow The Anchor Friars Street …

    News Story: ‘Shadowing’ Sudbury Town Council, Scouts and sailing – Caitlin does it all

    As a civic society, the Sudbury Society is usually associated with planning, buildings, traffic and suchlike but just before Christmas came the opportunity to do something a little different. Last year a student from Sudbury Ormiston Academy, 14-year-o …

    Event Report: It’s Party Time again!

    PARTY TIME AGAIN! Christmas seems to come round faster each year and so does the Sudbury Society seasonal social. This year, by kind permission of our Chairman, Peter Thorogood, it was held on Friday 13 December at the Masonic Hall. Between 50 and 60 m …

    Event Report: Breckland Bunnies

    An entertaining, lively and enthusiastic speaker, Anne Mason, spoke at October’s meeting about the history of commercial rabbit warrening in the Breckland area around Thetford and how these large managed areas surrounded by warren banks and overseen by …

    News Story: Best of Visions

      The fifth bi-annual art exhibition, Visions of Sudbury, organised by the Sudbury Society and held in St Peter’s church, ran from 8-13 October. Visitor numbers were slightly down on 2011 but sales of artworks were up. Artwork included sculpture, …

    News Story: Friends’ Meeting House receives Alan Phillips’ Award

      On Saturday 5 October the Sudbury Society’s Alan Phillips Award was presented at the Religious Society of Friends’ Meeting House in Friars Street. It was in recognition of the work done for the new entrance and the positive and beneficial contri …

    Event Report: The Life and Times of a 19th Century Sudbury Clergyman September 27th

    THE REVEREND HENRY WATTS WILKINSON The first meeting of the new season was introduced by Peter Mills who thanked Roger Green for kindly stepping in at short notice as Ashley Cooper, the advertised speaker, was unable to come because of his father’s rec …

    News Story: Prolog application- UPDATE 6/09/2013

    OUR COMMENTS ON THE APPLICATION Babergh District Council only approved Prolog’s application to build two large warehouses on Churchfield Road because the Company was promising to create 500 new jobs in the town. This argument was seen to outweigh the u …

    Event Report: The Society Summer Lunch July 27th 2013

      Despite a somewhat unpromising weather forecast, Saturday 27 July, proved to be a perfect summer day for the Sudbury Society’s Summer Lunch held in Tony and Lesley Platt’s garden in Great Cornard. It was sunny with a light breeze now and then, w …

    Event Report: Love, Intrigue and Parachute silk

      This was the interesting title of Liz Trenow’s talk at the last indoor meeting for the season on 31st May. A capacity crowd of members and guests packed into Friar’s Hall to hear Liz’s account of her research into her silk weaving family and how …

    Event Report: O Brave New World?

    O Brave New World? The AGM, held on 22 March, was followed by an excellent slide-talk by David Burnett entitled O Brave New World – its title should really have ended with a question mark. Its sub-title was the Post-War Redevelopment of Sudbury – which …

    Event Report: The weavers’ cottages of Sudbury

      About 60 members and guests turned out on a bitter night, on January 25th, for the Society’s first indoor meeting of 2013. In a change to the advertised programme (archive films), for the first half, David Burnett gave one of his always informed …

    Event Report: Summer Wine and Nibbles

    WINE & NIBBLES AT MILL HOUSE JULY 28th For once, in this more than usually unreliable summer, the weather for Maria and Peter Mills’s Event was good and even warm. Proceedings started around 12 noon with 30 to 40 members and guests trickling into t …

    Event Report: 600 Years in 60 Minutes

    600 YEARS IN 60 MINUTES or everything you’ve always wanted to know about St. Peter’s And who better to tell the packed meeting on Friday 28th September 2012 than Roger Green (Chairman of the Friends of St. Peter’s) making a welcome return to the Sudbur …

    Event Report: Friars, Football and Beyond

    FRIARS, FOOTBALL AND BEYOND On Friday 26th October 2012 Alan Cocksedge gave an entertaining illustrated talk on the history of Cricket in Sudbury; the earliest record being 225 years ago, in 1787 which as Alan pointed out are the same figures as the Su …

    Event Report: Cheese and Wine Party

    Cheese and Wine party The annual cheese and wine party attracted over sixty people with latecomers having to be found chairs and squashed at tables wherever there was room. Caryl Knights and David Taylor were meeting and greeting. It was good to see so …

    Event Report: Christmas Tree Festival

    ‘Civic Pride’ Christmas Tree For the first time the Sudbury Society joined in the Christmas Tree Festival in St Peter’s church during the first week of December organised by Sudbury’s two Rotary Clubs from 5-9 December. Beneficiaries this time were the …

    Gallery Photo: 42-50 Friars Street

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    Link: Gainsborough’s House

    Gallery Photo: Victorian detailing

    Gallery Photo: The Corn Exchange

    Gallery Photo: Victoria Terrace 17-27 Melford Road

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    Gallery Photo: Former bakery and mill 47 North Street

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    Gallery Photo: The Sudbury Common Lands

    Link: Sudbury Family History Society

    Link: Sudbury Commonlands Charity

    Link: Sudbury’s listed buildings

    Link: Sudbury History Society

    Link: Babergh District Council

    Link: Civic Voice

    Link: Sudbury Museum Trust Homepage

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    Page: Welcome We welcome your interest in the Sudbury Society. Why not become a Member and join us Our broad objectives are: To stimulate local interest and pride in our attractiveand historic market town. To encourage the very highest standard of plan …

    Gallery Photo: 72 Cross Street

    Gallery Photo: The Dental Emporium, Acton Square

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