Sudbury Town Council Events

Sudbury Town Council prides itself on organising a range of free community events throughout the year to encourage greater community engagement and build awareness of what the town has to offer. Where possible, Sudbury Town Council use local suppliers as this supports local businesses and has a greater economic benefit to the region. We believe that in small rural towns, where leisure facilities aren’t as high as neighboring towns, it’s important to organise and encourage a wealth of events to celebrate and connect our community.

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An exhibition held in Sudbury Town Hall and St Peters Church, promoting local Charities, Voluntary Groups, Sports clubs and Organisations in and around Sudbury to increase community engagement. Each exhibitor has a FREE table to promote their activities and is featured in the Sudbury on Show directory. The directory is a useful guide to the numerous organisations and activities taking place in Sudbury and the surrounding area. It is distributed at the event and is then available at the Town Hall and the Tourist Information Centre. It is also distributed to local estate agents for the town’s newcomers.

Saturday 2nd March 2019 (biennial event)

SUDBURY ON SHOW

A county-wide celebration of all the great icons, attractions, features, of Suffolk. In Sudbury we will be expanding our existing market to showcase the many local diverse businesses and services we have in and around Sudbury. Local artists will be painting throughout the day, along with other activities to be announced.

Saturday 22nd June 2019 (annual event)

SUFFOLK DAY

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A family fun day held in Belle Vue Park. The theme is getting active and out and about, attendance figures are around 3,000 – 4,000. During the day (11 am-5 pm) there are stalls, taster sessions, activities and arena performances from local clubs, societies & organisations, with many of the activities being free. Then we celebrate local talent from 5 pm to 9 pm with live performances from local musicians. Food and drink is available for the whole day.

Sunday 28th July 2019 (annual event)

PARTY IN THE PARK

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Heritage Open Days is England's largest festival of history and culture, bringing together over 2,500 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers. Every year for four days in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all FREE. Sudbury’s Town Hall will be open on Saturday 21st  September.

Saturday 21st September2019 (annual event)

HERITAGE WEEKEND

A magical 20-30 minute firework display. This year the display will be hosted by Pains Fireworks (the company that do the Big Night Out in Long Melford). The display starts at 6:30 pm. Hot and cold food, both sweet and savoury and a fully licensed bar are available. Free parking is also available in the Delphi factory car park. This year there is a £1 admission charge to everyone over the age of 3 years. TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE FROM THE TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE OR THE COUNCIL OFFICE. 

Sunday 3rd November 2019 (annual event)

DELPHI FIREWORK DISPLAY

A magical evening filled with Funfair Rides, Games, Carols, Santa’s Grotto and a wide range of stalls inside St. Peter’s Church and outside in North Street and Market Hill. The evening also includes the official Town Light switch on with the Mayor and the Christmas card competition winner.

Friday 29th November 2019 (annual event)

CHRISTMAS FAIR & LIGHT SWITCH ON

Every Christmas we organise a Christmas party for those living in the Sudbury area who are over 65. We provide a meal and entertainment for 120 Senior Citizens. It is a very important event as it offers an opportunity for those who may be alone and isolated at Christmas to socialise and be part of a Christmas party.

Monday 16th December 2019 (annual event)

CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


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