Sudbury Model Railway Club
Sudbury Model Railway Club was formed in 1980 after an advert was placed in the Railway Modeller asking for interested modellers to contact Malcolm Hines. This led to the club attending local functions with layouts built by individual members.
Work started on the first club layout (Melford) in 1981, which then appeared at the club’s first model railway exhibition in October of the same year. Being a small club, we have never had a large membership, but those that attend are enthusiastic.
For more information, go to Sudbury Model Railway Club
Caught on Camera
The Historic Photo Archive for Sudbury
Caught on Camera is the Historic Photo Archive for Sudbury.
For more information, go to Caught on Camera
Sudbury Freemen’s Society
The Sudbury Freemen’s Society, of which all the town’s freemen are automatically members, is one of the most active bodies of its kind in East Anglia. It was revived in 1972, at first as a reconstitution of the Freemen’s Protection Society set up in the 1890’s but, five years later at the quinquennial meeting, it adopted the present name.
For more information, go to https://www.sudburyfreemen.org/
Gainsborough’s House (the home of Thomas Gainsborough) is situated in the heart of Sudbury. The visitor entrance, print workshop and gift and coffee shop are all located on Weavers Lane.
For more information, go to Gainsborough’s House
Sudbury Museum Trust
For more information, go to Sudbury Heritage Centre and Museum
Sudbury History Society
For more information, go to Sudbury History Society
Suffolk Records Office
For more information, go to Suffolk Record Office
The Quay Theatre
For more information, go to the Quay Sudbury
Sudbury Town Council
For more information, go to Sudbury Town Council
Tourist Information, Sudbury Town Council
The Library, Market Hill, Sudbury
Tel: 01787 881320
For more information, go to Sudbury Tourist Information Centre
For more information, go to SudburySuffolk.co.uk