Festive Makers Market

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Festive Makers Market

Thursday, 10th December |10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Late Night Festive Makers Market | St Peter’s Cultural Venue  | Sudbury Town Council

Thursday 10th December 10:00 – 15:00 | 16:00 – 21:00

Please join us for a late night Festive Makers Market in the beautiful St Peter’s on 10th December. With one-off unique handmade gifts by local makers and producers, from speciality spirits to hand crafted jewellery there’s something for everybody!

Stallholders include: Moss & Rose Vintage Apparel, Soap & Scrubs, Beth Knight Art, English Spirit Distillery, The Splendid Sweet Company, Sudbury Art Club, Rain-e-Days Metalwork, Suffolk Spoon Jewellery, Mauldon’s Brewery and more….

The Makers Market will be open 10 – 3pm and will then re-open 4pm – 9pm for late night browsing and shopping.

Carollers from St Gregory’s Choir will be out on Market Hill to give your shopping a Festive musical lift! Sudbury’s outdoor market will be open on Market Hill as usual during the day and a number of high street shops will also be opening their doors for late night shopping.

Sudbury’s Christmas light display will be up and sparkling along with our ‘Naughty Elf Trail’ so come along and enjoy Festive Sudbury!

COVID-19 Measures: A one way system will be in operation in St Peter’s on the day, with hand sanitisation stations throughout the building and socially distanced stalls. Please observe all social distancing markers within the building and you will be required to wear a face mask (unless exempt) when inside St Peter’s. Thank you for helping to keep Sudbury Safe.

Enquiries: If you have an enquires please get in touch with Teresa Elford, Events Co-ordinator, Sudbury Town Council

E: teresa.elford@sudburytowncouncil.co.uk

T: 01787372331

Organised by Sudbury Town Council

Details

Date:
Thursday, 10th December
Time:
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
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Organizer

Sudbury Town Council

Venue

St Peter’s
Market Hill
Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2EA United Kingdom
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Website:
www.stpetersudbury.co.uk