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Plans for future of Sudbury to be unveiled at new public exhibition launching today

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Details of the developments set to shape the future of Sudbury will be revealed in a new public showcase, which kicks off in the town this evening.

The What’s Next for Sudbury exhibition will take place at the mayor’s parlour at the town hall over the next three days, following up on the previous event in January 2020, which was attended by around 800 visitors.

Attendees will be able to get an update on numerous ongoing projects, including the redevelopment work at Gainsborough’s House and St Peter’s Church, as well as the solar car port scheme at Kingfisher Leisure Centre.

Sudbury town centre (53824521)
Sudbury town centre (53824521)

Proposals for the future of Market Hill, the Hamilton Road quarter and Belle Vue Park are also being shared, along with new initiatives from the Bridge Project, the Sudbury Culture Group and the Innovation Lab.

The exhibition will run from 6pm to 8pm tonight, and then between 9am and 3pm on Friday and Saturday.