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Market Hill and Sudbury Arts Centre, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2EA

Monthly on the third Sunday in Spring & Autumn 

Green Sundays is eco market with a crafty twist! It's all about showcasing local businesses, charities and community groups who are making strides for sustainability, encouraging us all to make small changes towards more sustainable living. It's all about local action: global impact. 

Each Green Sundays offers a host of FREE creative workshops, talks and crafty upcycling fun to inspire, educate and most importantly motivate us all to be more creative in our approach to sustainability.

Please join us at our next event on Sunday 16 June!

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Call for Stallholders!

 

Join our Green Sundays line up of sustainability champions in 2024

Join our diverse range of sustainability champions and showcase your business, community organisation or charity in the heart of Sudbury in 2024.

Local charitable organisations and Sudbury's high street businesses with an eco-friendly focus will be offered complimentary pitches.

Please complete our stallholder application form below and we'll be in touch! Or give us a call on 01787 275772 if you have any questions about joining us.

Green Sundays in 2024

 

Location: Market Hill and Sudbury Arts Centre, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2EA
 

2024 dates:

Sunday 19 May

Sunday 16 June (Great Big Green Week Special!)

Sunday 15 September

Sunday 20 October


Times: 9.30am - 2pm

 

Eco Market | Free Eco Workshops | Advice & Grant Opportunities | Repair Shops | talks and more!
 

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Free talk:

The Business Case for Sustainability

 

11am at Sudbury Arts Centre, CO10 2EA as part of Green Sundays 2024 on Sunday 19 May, Sunday 16 June, Sunday 15 September and Sunday 20 October.

Delivered by Eastern Education Group in partnership with Sudbury Town Council and Sudbury Arts Centre.

Meet the speakers:

Alicja Holland – IEMA Practitioner, MAAT.

Richard Carter – IEMA Fellow, CIMA.

This talk will provide a short introduction to environmental sustainability and why it’s so much more than just recycling your yoghurt pot or buying an electric car.

Having seen that it’s a broad and complicated topic, we’ll highlight some of the techniques that individuals and businesses can use to reduce their impact and start to make a difference. 

We will introduce the courses available for those wanting to develop their knowledge and improve their business performance.

Runtime is approx. 40 minutes.

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Shop Sudbury Pledge

Shopping local is a great way to green!

 

The local economic benefits of shopping on our high street are well documented, but did you know that by shopping local you are also doing your bit to save the planet? Here's how: 

1. Reducing lorry & air miles - every order with a multi-national online carries with it hundreds, if not thousands of air and road miles. Sudbury's high street is 75% independent and many of our businesses are committed to producing or sourcing what they sell as locally as possible.

2. Less unnecessary packaging - Reduce your unrecyclable waste by shopping on Sudbury Market or with our high street stores. Many only use recyclable bags or just remember your tote for your local goodies!

3. Local supporting local - Many of our local restaurants and cafes buy their ingredients at Sudbury Market or with local suppliers. This cycle of Sudbury support creates local jobs, keeps the economic benefits in Sudbury and reduces air miles.

4. Made in Sudbury - More than ever Sudbury is heralding the talent on our doorstep, we have long been an industrious town, from silk to brick, furniture to art, not forgetting the beer and honey! Our high street is stacked with products made by crafty locals - go forth, explore and join the Shop Sudbury Pledge!

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