SUDBURY CONSERVATORIES & ORANGERIES

St Gregory’s Church Sudbury Suffolk
St Gregory’s Church

If you have arrived here looking for a reputable company to design a conservatory or orangery for your home, this is the right place. We design and install traditional and modern conservatories throughout Suffolk and are happy to visit you in Sudbury to discuss your requirements.

Our conservatories and orangeries are bespoke made by carpenters and craftsmen using traditional skills, but we use modern fitments and double-glazing to ensure excellent insulation and a draught-free environment. This means that with the right heating you should be able to enjoy your conservatory not just in the summer but throughout the year as well.

We build large Georgian style conservatories for Listed Buildings and small contemporary conservatories for modern homes. Whatever your requirements, we believe that we can design a conservatory that will complement your home and be the envy of your friends and neighbours.

ABOUT SUDBURY

Set in the heart of the Stour River Valley and well known as the home of artist Thomas Gainsborough, Sudbury is an ancient town dating back to medieval times. Until the 19th century, it was the county’s third largest town, but industrial development elsewhere has left it behind.

The ancient woollen cloth industry, the railway and the 19th century silk industry have all contributed to the many unique buildings in the town, which include three medieval churches and timber framed cloth merchant’s houses.

St Peter’s Church in the town centre was made redundant in 1972 and is now used for craft fairs, art exhibitions and concerts.

St Gregory’s has been a place of worship for over 1000 years. Simon of Sudbury started a college here for priests, and he went on to become Archbishop of Canterbury, and later Chancellor of England. Unfortunately his introduction of the poll tax was one of the reasons for the Peasant’ Revolt in 1381 and he was beheaded. His head is still to this day locked in the church’s vestry, but you’ll have to ask nicely to see it.

Gainsborough House Sudbury Suffolk
Gainsborough House

Gainsborough’s House originally two cottages, but made into one in about 1520, was the birthplace of the famous artist is now a museum holding a large collection of Gainsborough’s paintings. A statue to him can be seen in the Market Place.

Sudbury is only 70-minutes from Liverpool Street making this a commuter town for those that don’t mind the journey.

The population of Sudbury is 11,933 living in 5,370 homes. The average 4-bed detached property is valued at £300,000. To find out more about our Conservatories and Orangeries, or to make an appointment to meet one of our conservatory designers, Contact Us now.

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Telephone 08456 442257Contact Us at Oak Conservatories
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