6pm Wednesday 12 June
(Paid-up Chamber members only)
It is that time again in the current round of the planning application for Brett Works for wider discussion and the Tesco representatives have asked us to arrange an evening meeting where members can talk to them, discuss the perceived benefits and local concerns. This meeting will be primarily to explore concerns and needs in the light of planning approval being given.
Rated as one of the UK's 10 most homey towns - and one of the country's most important architecturally - Hadleigh is a delight for shopping with high street stores taking pride in offering old fashioned service. Parking is free so you can browse at no cost. Spend time visiting the Guildhall and Deanery tower alongside Hadleigh's fine church and drop in at one of the cafe's, pubs or restaurants.
You'll find a day's too short to explore all this market town has to offer, from walks along the former railway line, or feeding the ducks on the riverside. You can sample our famous handmade chocolates or browse our Alladin's cave, also known as Partridges. With top class food shops, eclectic gift stores and all the essentials, Hadleigh will cater for all you need in the setting of an historic market town once an important centre in the wood trade.
There's also a wealth of culture, from recitals in the church, to concerts at the Old School House and live music in pubs and cafes.
And once you've enjoyed Hadleigh, there are many lovely villages and towns nearby. You can check this out on Visit Suffolk
Hadleigh is one of England's finest market towns, once listed as among 51 towns "so precious that ultimate responsibility for them should be a national concern".
Just a few photographs of Hadleigh taken by the Chamber members and friends. Come and see where we live, we'd love to share it with you.
Here is a list of Chamber of Commerce members offering something really worth while for tourist - or even Hadleigh people looking to find out about where they live.