How to get here

How To Get Here

Gainsborough trail Sudbury

Directions

Sudbury, Suffolk lies on the River Stour near the Essex border, 60 miles north-east of London. It is approached from the South on the A131 running through Braintree and Halstead and from the East and North by the A134 which runs from Colchester to Bury St. Edmunds.

 

Where to Park

The Meadow Walk and Cornard Walk can be accessed from a number of locations.  The main entrance is from the car park at the Kingfisher Leisure Centre and adjacent to Waitrose Supermarket, just off the Great Eastern Road/Station Road junction.

Follow signs to the Kingfisher Leisure Centre. At time of writing, parking is free for the first 3 hours if a ticket is displayed.  Please check display boards for the latest charges and information.  A ticket is required during the day whilst parking for free.

Arriving by public transport

The main Meadow Walk and Cornard Walk  entrance is just across the road from both the Railway Station and the Bus Station.   Follow signs to the Kingfisher Leisure Centre and then head for the far south-east corner of the car park. By Train: Sudbury is just 1 hour 20 minutes from Liverpool Street Station, changing at Marks Tey.  Sudbury is accessible from all stations on the London to Norwich east coast routes. By Bus: Regular services run to Sudbury from Bury St. Edmunds, Colchester, Halstead, Haverhill and Ipswich.

For further information on Sudbury go to: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudbury,_Suffolk

and: Seeanddosudbury.co.uk

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