Visit this Museum which tells the remarkable story of
Sue Ryder, her international Foundation, and its
continuing work for the sick and disabled.
This museum was conceived by Sue Ryder as a tribute to those whose suffering and
courage brought her Foundation into being.
Original exhibits from the Nazi extermination camps 1933-1945.
- These show: a prisoner's uniform and pair of clogs
- a Rosary and head of the Madonna, made from crumbs of bread
- a tin of zyklon B gas
- letters/notes from prisoners
Relief work in the ruins: A tableau showing the scene
of an improvised "hospital" amidst the terrible devastation in Poland
where 80-95% of its cities and towns were destroyed between
1939-45. Afterwards all the acres of rubble were cleared by bare
hands and the cities restored to their original architecture. Truly,
a miracle of this century.
SUE RYDER COFFEE SHOP
- Morning Coffee
- Lunches including traditional Sunday lunches
- Cream Teas
- Parties welcome (preferably by appointment)
SUE RYDER GIFT SHOP
The Gift Shop stocks a. wide selection of gifts and
The CHAPEL situated in the Sue Ryder Home is also open to the public.
All surrounded by DELIGHTFUL GARDENS.
HOW TO FIND THE SUE RYDER FOUNDATION:
Cavendish is 8 miles north west of Sudbury on the
A1092 between Clare and Long Melford.
The Sue Ryder Foundation is by the duck pond in
the High Street.
Parking in the Car Park or in the High Street.
Toilet for the disabled
OPEN DAILY (except Christmas Day) 10.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
For Information and Party Bookings, please write to or telephone:
The Sue Ryder Foundation,
Suffolk C010 8AY