A UNIQUE, CHARMING AND ARCHITECTURALLY SIGNIFICANT BUILDING IN THE HEART OF SUDBURY PARISH
The Gasworks Sudbury was built c. 1874 and produced gas for Sudbury Hall and many houses in the village, until being dismantled in the 1930s and falling into disrepair.
In 2013, a group of local volunteers set out to rescue the building from collapse. Ten years later, with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and others, the building has been restored to its former glory, and is now open to the public..
Long Table Lunch
Our popular Long Table Lunch is back, hosted for the first time at our new community building. Join us to […]
Karting Team Race: Upcoming Event
Do you have the need for speed? Take part in our annual Karting Team Race Event on Sunday 14th May […]
Finance Trustee: Vacancy
Sudbury Gasworks Retoration Trust (SGRT) is seeking a Finance Trustee to join its Board. Background Sudbury Gasworks Restoration Trust (SGRT) […]