Pop-up café for all held at west Suffolk venue

PUBLISHED: 13:21 23 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:21 23 July 2018

St Peter's Church, Market Hill, Sudbury Picture: GREGG BROWN

St Peter's Church, Market Hill, Sudbury Picture: GREGG BROWN

People are being invited to visit a Sudbury venue for a child-friendly pop-up café, which runs on most Thursdays in the town.

The Kettle and Fish café is held at St Peter’s on Market Hill from 10am-2pm, and people can pop in for a cup of coffee, a light lunch or a piece of cake.

In addition to the refreshments, there is also a children’s corner, a stall selling fair-trade goods, a prayer space and frequent displays from organisations in the community.

Kettle and Fish is run by Churches Together in Sudbury and has been under new management since the start of the year.

The organisation is also working alongside The Bridge Project, which runs a pop-up café in St Peter’s on other days.

Kettle and Fish dates for August and September are: August, 9 and 16, and September 13, 20, and 27.

For more details and dates, visit or like Kettle and Fish on Facebook.


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