Buses to ferry visitors to Sudbury health centre open day

PUBLISHED: 11:00 19 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:00 19 December 2014

A look round the new Sudbury  Health Centre which is due to open in January.

A look round the new Sudbury Health Centre which is due to open in January.

A bus service will operate on Saturday, taking visitors to and from an open day at the new £10million community health facility. The event, between 10am-2pm will give people a chance to explore the building before it opens next month.

Chambers bus service 84 will depart from Sudbury Bus Station at 9.10am, 10.40am, 12.10pm and 1.40pm with return journeys from the health centre at 11.20am, 12.50pm and 2.20pm. A single fare is £1.00 with return tickets at £1.80.


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