Health and Wellbeing.

For your diary – St Peter’s is hosting a health, wellbeing and jobs event next week.

Health Wellbeing Job Fair Poster copy• Age UK
• Ameliorate Recruitment
• Autism & ADHD
• Avon
• Babergh Housing
• Compassion
• Citizen’s Advice
• Community Action Suffolk (Good Neighbour Scheme)
• Community Action Suffolk (Volunteer Suffolk)
• Department for Work & Pensions
• Early Help Team
• Exploring You
• Go-Start Community Transport
• Greenfields Housing
• Greenlight Trust
• Health Foods for You
• Home Start
• Icanbea
• Inspire Suffolk
• Jon Adkin (specialist mental health hypnotherapist)
• Lavenham Blue
• Leading Lives
• Love Your Community Sudbury
• Menta
• Mill Hotel
• One Life Suffolk
• Our Special Friends
• Realise Futures
• Recovery College
• Sendiass
• Sharing Parenting
• St. Peter’s Church Volunteer Coordinator
• Suffolk Parent Carer Network
• Sudbury Hive
• Suffolk Police
• Suffolk User Forum
• Swan Lavenham
• TCHC (training for young people)
• The Befriending Scheme
• Torque Bikes
• Tesco
• Town Council Services
• Wellbeing Service
• West Suffolk College

Survey St Peter…

If you enjoyed the Taste of Sudbury, you will very probably have gone in to St Peter on Market Hill to browse the food stalls there.

This beautiful venue sits at the heart of Sudbury life, but we believe it can provide so much more. We have been awarded a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund’s Sharing Heritage programme to develop the venue’s appeal to people of all ages and interests. We would like to know the ideas and opinions of all the different people of Sudbury. This is an opportunity for you to have your say!”

Click here to visit their exciting new web site, and here to take part in an online survey about your opinions and thoughts about St Peter – and be in with the chance of winning a £30 voucher to spend at Compact Music! They would like to hear from everyone, especially younger residents of Sudbury – so please share with all your family and friends!

Green Belt Public Meeting.

Please show your love for Sudbury by joining in the Green Belt Public Meeting at St Peter’s Church

next Tuesday, 25th April at 7.15pm.

With so much of the land round our town now earmarked for yet more development, we are speaking up to question why there is no longer a Vision for Sudbury! We believe good planning would give the jobs and houses we need, yet still let us live in the countryside.

Sudbury still has the people with ideas, devotion, and a memory of what a beautiful town is like! So please come and hear information from our speakers, the election candidates, and Teresa Bishop, Charlie Haylock, Ralph Carpenter and Theo Bird.

Love Sudbury and Great Cornard’s Green Belt ~ while there still is one!

NB This is not a Greener Sudbury event, but is posted on behalf of the Sudbury Green Belt group.