Hosted by The Bridge Project. We’re delighted to announce that our popular Stour Valley car boot sale will reopen this Sunday 7th July at 7:15am for sellers and 8am for buyers. The Café will also be open on the day from 7:30am onwards for breakfast and all manner of freshly prepared snacks. The car boot
We’ve been receiving a lot of questions recently relating to the previously very popular Stour Valley car boot sale. So we’re happy to announce that we will be bringing it back at some point in 2019. We’re hard at work behind the scenes to make it happen. So for all updates, please keep an eye
We’re delighted to announce the opening of a brand new café on Stour Valley Business Centre, brought to you by the Bridge Project. The café will be open 7 days a week for anyone both on and off site, bringing delicious homemade food, all day breakfasts, takeaways and community events yet to be announced. Including
Tuesday 30th April 2019 A fantastic opportunity to make some great contacts and meet key influencers in the local area. Arrive at 11:30 for coffee, 12:00 start. Includes three short presentations from guest speakers: Rachel Card of St Nicholas Hospice The secrets of SEO – Andy Glass of Silver Monkey Marketing Paul Rosser of R&D
Stour Valley Business Centre will play host to Seago & Stopps’ ‘Making Tax Digital’ seminar on Wednesday 26th September. The free seminar is to be taken by Sage, advising SME’s of the forthcoming mandatory legislation changes set out by the government for filing VAT returns online, and providing a practical overview of the software and reporting
Teaming up with Sudbury based artists Billy Myles-Berkouwer and Matt Congdon, artist platform Float. present ‘Altered State’ this weekend at Stour Valley Business Centre. Altered State is a showcase of a variety of emerging artists and musicians all from the East Anglia region. Come down to experience live art installations, workshops, live music and DJ’s.
The café will be closed from August to re-opened in October under new ownership. A huge thanks to Jeanette for running the wonderful Brundon Lane Café over the years – you will be missed. Not to fret though, you’ll still be seeing Jeanette on site as she opens her new glass business in Unit 5.