A new local history project has been proposed by Sudbury Ephemera Archive to investigate the role that Sudbury’s markets played in the development of the town.
The project is the brainchild of SEA’s Sue Tibbetts, who is intrigued by the variety of the market and is keen to capture people’s memories to create a permanent record.
More details are available from the article published in Suffolk County Council News on 16/10/2020.
Hobbies and Craft Day in St Peter’s Church on 1st June 2014
Sudbury Mercury coverage
The Suffolk Free Press recently published a piece on the return of the Sudbury History evenings to be held at the Quay Theatre.
Sudbury Ephemera Chairman Sue Tibbetts had the pleasure of giving one of these diverse talks. Sue’s talk explained the purpose of the Archive and give some insights into the gems that SEA are now preserving for the future that would have ended up in landfil.
Published Thursday 16th January 2014
The growing Sudbury Epemera Archive was delighted to recieve a cheque from councillor John Sayers to enable them to preserve the items that have been donated to the Archive. Old documents, maps, invoices and other items will now be kept in pristine condition thanks to this generous donation from the Locality Budget. The Emphemera Archive has now been able to place an order for more boxes and plastic wallets with the Suffolk Records office.
The Suffolk Free Press covered the story on Thursday 16th January 2014