thursday - saturday
market hill, sudbury
An update for our visitors: sudbury market and COVID-19
Sudbury’s long running busy market is held every Thursday and Saturday come rain or shine, with a few stalls on Fridays in 2020 (a guide below). This traditional market has all the goodies you would hope to find and more! From the finest fresh local produce including fish, meat, cheese, fruit and vegetables to an incredible plant stall for the green fingered out there...
Fancy a treat or need a gift? We’ve got that covered too with clothes, accessories, jewellery, records, bric a brac, and beauty stalls. Many of our market traders have been selling on the streets of Sudbury for over 25 years!
We are still spacing our stalls to allow for social distancing which is slightly restricting how many traders we can accomodate at this time. However, please get in touch via the form below if you are interested in trading with us.
Please stay safe while shopping local by following all COVID-19 Government guidance. A guide to some of our high street shops, cafes, resturants and pubs can be found below on our Virtual High Street.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sudbury and thank you for supporting local!
Photos courtesy Diverse Capture Photography, part of the Front Step Photography Project recording Sudbury's community during the COVID-19 crisis 2020.
where to find us | 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
For information and stall availability please contact the Market Manager Mr Mark Wilde on 01787 372331, use our form below or email Mark direct on email@example.com
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.