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Market

Bury St Edmunds has an ancient market with an enviable range of fine local produce and non-food stalls ranging from jewellery to engineering equipment. It has done pretty well through the recession and a business plan is in place to try to ensure it does even better.


 
The market has a long and colourful history dating back to the days of William the Conqueror. Today, the market comprises 70 - 90 stalls selling a wide range of products which snake through the Cornhill and Buttermarket area of the attractive old town every Wednesday and Saturday.

 

There are hot food vendors including hog roast, burgers and crêpes, and plenty of non-food businesses ranging from jewellery, cards and clothing to more unusual niche stalls such as motorcycle accessories and engineering equipment. On most market days the market is packed with locals, shoppers from across Suffolk and tourists who visit Bury for its history and architecture.

 

For further information about the market and all it offers please click here

 

To visit the 'Visit Bury St Edmunds' website and for more information about the market please click here

 

Please see below the map of the market...

 

 

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Telephone 01284 757093

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Address Buttermarket & Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1DT

Opening Hours Wednesdays and Saturdays 08.30-16.00

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2nd Floor, 2 Woolhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LA

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