Market Hill


Photo shows general view of the large crowd gathered in Market Hill during Gen. Dawes speech in the town square of Sudbury in 1928.

Market Hill being used as it should be, and kept as an important open space for functions and the surrounding buildings around the square can be viewed & enjoyed in all their glory as it was designed many years ago.

Not so much a building but a very another important open space, at the Societies recent AGM the view was that no alterations should take place in Market Hill until the Town’s through traffic problems were sorted out. It was generally felt that insufficient appreciation of the unique and historic character of the Hill was evident in the proposals. Most suggestions for the disposal of the available cash were directed towards the improvement of the Town Centre Bus Station and its facilities. NINETY SEVEN MEMBERS WERE PRESENT.

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