Sudbourne Village Hall started as an Army hut on Orfordness in World War I and was purchased by the village after that war. In the 1980s funds were raised to build a new hall, which was opened by the Earl of Cranbrooke in 1988.
The hall acts as a centre for village life and is run as a Charitable Trust by an elected committee. It has a stage, a well-equipped kitchen and ample car parking.
To book the village hall contact Virginia Marshall on 01394 450479.