About Us

Plant and seed swapThe Sudbury Market Town Partnership initiatives have included the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment, as well as delivering projects in recycling, waste reduction and skills-share through its Transition Group, and the work of a Community Kitchen, a group of volunteers who offer weekly lunches (on Mondays) to those in need of food and / or company..

The Partnership is pleased to work alongside over 200 voluntary and community groups, churches and schools in the area, as well as local authorities and other organisations which benefit local residents. More information about the projects which the Partnership has completed and those which have taken place in recent years can be found on this web site.

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As an organisation, the Partnership works to promote the social and environmental development of Sudbury and the surrounding Suffolk villages, including Great and Little Cornard, Great and Little Waldingfield, Acton, Newton Green, Chilton, Assington, Edwardstone, Long Melford, Boxford, as well as Bulmer, Borley, Foxearth, Liston, Pentlow and Great Henny in Essex.

Eco-fair - Karl Shillingofrd cooking foraged foodsOur team develops, co-ordinates and implements projects outlined in our Action Plan, which is regularly revised and up-dated based on community feedback.

Since 2004, the Partnership has managed, co-ordinated and delivered a number of regeneration programmes in Sudbury working with partner agencies wherever possible.  Visit the our ‘Achievements’ page to learn more about some of our accomplishments thus far.

The Partnership is managed by a Board of Trustees (currently 7) and supported by members of a Steering Committee.  It sets up sub-groups as required to take forward specific projects and initiatives.

DOWNLOADAnnual Report and Accounts 2018