every thursday & saturday
market hill, sudbury
SUDBURY MARKET COVID-19 UPDATES
Sudbury Market has continued to trade within Government restrictions throughout the COVID-19 crisis, providing our community and visitors with a safe, outdoor local shopping environment. On behalf of Sudbury Market traders and all of our independent businesses in town we would like to thank everyone for shopping local and supporting Sudbury's businesses at this difficult time, your support is vital. Take a look at Sudbury's Virtual High Street to discover and shop local.
FULL TRADING RESUMES THURS 15 APRIL
All of our regular traders (and some new faces) will be back at Sudbury Market from Thursday 15 April 2021.
Meet our regular traders below:
MARKET HILL, SUDBURY, CO10 2EN
WEEKLY THURSDAY - SATURDAY | STALLS OPEN: 8AM - 5PM
enjoy 3 hours free parking in sudbury > view our guide here
SUDBURY MARKET | MEET OUR REGULAR TRADERS
Please call ahead on the day you are visiting if you would like to ask if a particular trader is present: 01787 372331
CASUAL & SEASONAL TRADERS
Some Sudbury Market Traders sell more seasonal products or only trade with us at certain times of year at special markets or events. Some of our occassional traders can be found below. Visit our events page for special fairs, markets and events in Sudbury.
INTERESTED IN A PITCH ON SUDBURY MARKET?
For further information and pitch availability please complete our new trader form below. We'll be in touch soon!
SUDBURY MARKET PITCH FEES
First 8ft = £13.94 (£1.74 per ft)
Each additional ft at £2.51 thereafter
New traders can also hire a gazebo at £10
Did you know?
Sudbury’s market is more than 1000 years old, mentioned in a charter dating back to 1009. The earliest reference to the town was in 799AD when Aelfhun, Bishop of Dunwich died here. When you visit Sudbury Market you're unlikely to miss a statue honouring Thomas Gainsborough, one of Britain’s most famous artists who was born in Sudbury in 1727. Princess Louise, Queen Victoria’s daughter, first unveiled the statue on 10 June 1913, just outside St Peter’s Church, now a bustling cultural venue hosting a year round calendar of markets, community events and concerts to compliment our outdoor market. The bustling Sudbury Farmers' market can be found here on the last Friday of every month.