Suffolk iWitness challenge - Sudbury water meadows and River Stour

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES - Credit: Archant

How do you Enjoy Sudbury More? That was the question we asked our iWitness community last week.

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES - Credit: Archant

We asked members to share their photos of Sudbury at its very best to help us celebrate the small market town.

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES

Town centre and church Picture: PETER WILES - Credit: Archant

Our winning image this week comes from Peter Bash, who captures a beautiful picture of cattle on the water meadows, showing the delightful scenery which is the jewel in the town’s crown.

Cattle on the water meadow Picture: PETER BASH

Cattle on the water meadow Picture: PETER BASH - Credit: Archant

Peter Wiles sent in a picture that shows off the town centre and church in the sunshine, while Pamela Bidwell photographed cattle in Sudbury water meadows.

Water meadow Picture: PETER BASH

Water meadow Picture: PETER BASH - Credit: Archant

We will be using these images, plus any others you may have, in our Enjoy Sudbury More Facebook group. Why not drop by, join the group and give us a like? Photos will also be used on our new Enjoy Sudbury More website.

Mill and Water Meadow Picture: PETER BASH

Mill and Water Meadow Picture: PETER BASH - Credit: Archant

Next week’s challenge is Heatwave!

We want to see your pictures of the heatwave across the region. Capture pictures of the picturesque views of your favourite seafront towns and animals in the sunshine, and be creative with your ideas.

Not signed up? Become a Suffolk iWitness member here and you could see your pictures published on our websites or in one of our newspapers.

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