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5 Bank Buildings, Sudbury CO10 2SX, UK – 01787 881100
Caring, exceptional treatment. I left the surgery smiling - not because my teeth are perfect (far from it) but because my lovely dentist and her dental nurse made me feel good. Thank you ladies highly recommend
I've been seen at this practice by Dr Bradbury and Dr woods, both are fantastic dentists and would highly recommend this practice to everyone.
North House, The Croft, Sudbury CO10 1HW, UK – 01787 372605
After a very bad experience with another dental practice quite a few years ago I avoided regular check ups and treatment. Eventually I realised that I had to see a Dentist as I had two very painful teeth. I made an appointment with this practice and was treated by (Miranda ?) James. She found that I needed one large filling, one small one and one extraction. The large filling was done on the first appointment and the smaller one plus the extraction a week later. So, what were my impressions ? Firstly, the staff were courteous, pleasant and helpful. Ms James and her dental nurse were superb, very pleasant with a nice sense of humour. The treatment ? Fantastic, I can say, in all honesty, that I never felt a thing. If you need a Dentist, even if you are one of those folks who are wary of them, this is the place to go. Well done to all at the Croft. BTW, I was an NHS patient.
26 Friars St, Sudbury CO10 2AA, UK – 01787 372401
I've been with the dental surgery for a few years and think it's a well run and organised professional practice. The staff are very friendly and I would highly recommend them to anyone .
I have been registered here for 16 years and recommended it to many people, all of whom joined the client list at the practice. Cannot speak more highly of the staff and dentists - Mr Waheed is extremely gentle and very thorough.
Stour Street, Sudbury CO10 2AY, UK – 01787 370011
My family have been with this practice for many years. They are professional and my Doctor is one in a million.
Nice people, get you sorted quickly and easily. Caring
22 Meadow Ln, Sudbury CO10 2TD, UK – 01787 310000
Very clean, staff very polite. Very small parking places
Very good polite friendly and welcoming didn't have to wait to long after my appointment time
Cordell Rd, Long Melford, Sudbury CO10 9EP, UK – 01787 378226
Church Field Rd, Sudbury CO10 2DZ, UK – 01787 886300
Clean modern environment with a very professional friendly team of staff. Its great to go where everything is under one roof. If any of our family have needed to be seen out of hours by an emergency doctor it has been most convenient to go here instead of having to drive all the way to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury.
Clean, modern facility
3 Church Field Rd, Sudbury CO10, UK – 07584 662155
This little church has seen great changes in its lifetime, perhaps none so dramatic as those of the last few decades. It sits across the fields from the beautiful, secluded red brick of Chilton Hall, a footpath to it running through woods and between fields for about a quarter of a mile. The irony is that the church's former loneliness was very nearly its demise, for the tiny parish could no longer support its church by the late 1970s, and it was drawn into the parish of Sudbury St Gregory, with St Mary being declared redundant and left to its fate. Fortunately however, this little church has some very energetic and enthusiastic friends who rolled up their sleeves and take good care of it, and in the 1980s it was vested in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, who are now its custodians. The churchyard is a a narrow oasis, making the church appear larger than it actually is, and the two most striking features of the building are the tower and the large chapel on the north side of the chancel. The splendid red brick tower, one of the loveliest in Suffolk, was built on the eve of the Reformation. It has more in common with the red brick towers just over the border in Essex at Gestingthorpe and Wickham St Paul. The Victorians topped it with battlements and turrets, and it is a fine sight through the industrial units from the west. Contemporary with it is the large chantry chapel to the Crane family to the north of the chancel, but the body of the church isn't much older, being good Suffolk Perpendicular. What we have, then, is a building that was constructed pretty much in its entirety during the lifetimes of some of its parishioners. You can collect the key from a cottage beyond the Hall, and you let yourself into the Crane chantry chapel. This is a large open space, not much smaller than the nave of the church to the south-west of it. The earliest of the Cranes lie up one corner, beside the chancel. George Crane died in 1491, and looks rather lonely here, seeing out the centuries in alabaster. But there is a beautifully serene expression on his face, and it is hard to think that it was not intended. Above him to the south are his parents Robert and Anne Crane, also in alabaster of 1500. He is in armour without a helmet, she wears the collar of Ss. The little unicorn under his feet has mislaid his horn, and only the socket remains to tell us what he is. Mortlock notes that Robert and Anne appear among the donors in stained glass a few miles off at Long Melford. Cranes of a century or so later are on the west wall of the chapel, full of self-importance and with nothing like the humanity of their ancestors. In the presence of these grand figures, it would be possible to miss what is probably the greatest treasure of the church. In the east window of the chapel are two relatively complete figures in 15th Century stained glass, of St Apollonia holding her tooth in pincers and St Michael dispatching the devil. They are exquisite. You step through into the nave, which is simply furnished and full of light. There is no stained glass here. The low dado remains of the screen, and the little chancel cannot help but seem a little cluttered. Without the Crane chapel, this church would be by no means as significant. But it would still be very lovely. There is such a sense of love here, everything well-kept and well-cared for, everything in its right place. - Cutesy of Suffolk Churches Website - Simon Knott
Gregory St, Sudbury CO10 1BA, UK – 01787 376232
Not enough muslims
Hall Road, Borley, Essex, CO107AE, Sudbury CO10, UK – 01787 277850
Is the church still in operation. For regular Worship services? I heard it was locked down.
Beautiful church in a pretty hamlet. Despite its reputation, I found the churchyard to be very tranquil and peaceful. The churchyard is beautifully maintained with magnificent yew trees.
37 Market Hill, Sudbury CO10 2EN, UK – 01787 379257
Very good restaurant, with a very nice atmosphere, the food is excellent and the staff most helpful, when you eat there it's a pleasure. Bye
Great food, good service, pleasant environment - good meal out for all the family
54 Gainsborough St, Sudbury CO10 2ET, UK – 01787 880852
My pizza and tiramisu was really nice. My wife's burger and coffee were not, though she did enjoy her sticky toffee pudding. The waitress was very polite, precise, accurate and helpful. I might go back, but my wife probably won't (so obviously I won't either - if that makes sense).
Excellent meal, we had meat balls which set off the pasta very well. The meal, restaurant and the ambience was spot on for a romantic meal. We unfortunately had to wait an extremely long period of time, once we had asked for the bill at the end we were waiting twenty minutes for it to come. The place itself wasn't busy so I'm unsure of the reason for the wait. Other than that I would highly recommend giving it a go.
Gregory St, Sudbury CO10 1AZ, UK – 01787 311322
Love this place! Lovely food at reasonable prices! Just remember to order your food a level hotter than you normally would. My husband and I have recently become vegetarian. We had a take away and the vegetable Pathia was absolutely AMAZING! Delicious!
This is the second meal I've had here and on both occasions it has been excellent. The food I had was not overpowered, but spiced and very tasty. Well worth the journey from London. Attentive and informative staff who relay any special requests to the Chef. This is one of the benefits of visiting a family run restaurant.
Woodhall County Primary School/Mayflower Way, Sudbury CO10 1ST, UK – 01787 373661
I loved Woodhall school it was the best primary school ever.The head teacher is kind and friendly and the deputy head is the loveliest kindest person I have ever met as a teacher.All the teachers and teaching assistants our amazing and they do there job in a significant way.The learning environments are big and fun to learn in. The amount of topics they acknowledged me with was hepful for big school. If you need a school place I would apply here.. 😉😉