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Arts and crafts store moves to bigger and better premises

PUBLISHED: 13:15 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 13:15 25 September 2018

Inside Simply Handmade

Inside Simply Handmade

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A business that champions local artists and crafts people has moved to bigger and better premises.

Simply Handmade was closed for a couple of days last week to allow for the big move to the Woodhall Business park on the outskirts of the town centre.

Now reopened it will still be offering its sewing services (curtains, clothes, roman blinds etc) but are also adding a dry cleaning service and a while-you-wait alterations service where you can relax in our reception room and enjoy a cup of coffee.

It is also offering soft furnishings, an interior design service and a selection of handmade gifts.

They will run bigger crafting workshops with a dedicated, newly decorated private workshop room and it has its very own outside space too so visitors can look forward to some very different workshops in the coming months.

They are situated just behind B&Q in Sudbury, (formerly Focus) and reopened on Thursday September 20, following their move from the Stour Valley Business Centre, in Brundon Lane, Sudbury.


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