Another positive review of Mackman’s work, this time from The Sudbury Society. This local charity approached Mackman to refresh their website to serve as a community noticeboard and attract new members to support their valuable work preserving the history and shaping the future of our historic market town. Mackman has always been deeply involved in the Sudbury community, having partnered with organisations such as the Sudbury Silk Festival and St Peter’s Community Venue to give back to the town and support local ventures.

The Sudbury Society was formed in 1973 in response to potentially damaging changes to the architectural fabric of the town. They organise a monthly series of talks, tours and social events for their members, and you can stay up to date with their latest updates on their News page. The society depends on local support from members, and residents can sign up for £10 per year.

The Sudbury Society had this to say about working with Mackman on their website project:

It was important to us at The Sudbury Society to use a local marketing agency for the refresh of our website and I’m so glad we did! Paul and his team have been engaged, professional and helpful throughout, bringing expertise combined with local knowledge to completely transform our website. We’ve had a lot of positive feedback and know it will help us to attract new members and keep everyone informed about developments in Sudbury. Thank you very much in particular to Bruce, James and colleagues for all their hard work which we’re thrilled with.

Angie Bentley, Press Officer – The Sudbury Society