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Here you can find out about the history of brewing in and around Bury St Edmunds, courtesy of local firm Greene King
Moyse’s Hall, dates back to 1180, and was used as a prison and a police station before opening as a museum in 1899
Held on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the town’s Cornhill and Buttermarket areas
Proud to be known as the smallest pub in Britain, The Nutshell nestles in the heart of Bury St Edmunds
Enjoy a free kids lunch every adults lunch purchased in the Angel eaterie, as part of the Wolf Trail. For terms and conditions, call the restaurant team on 01284 714000
Free diagnostic check with a Gross & Co expert for advice on issues with: Grandparents, unmarried couples, separation, divorce, premarital agreement.
Prix Fixe set lunch menu at Café Rouge. 2 courses for £8.50 available from 12pm- 5pm all week
2nd Floor, 2 Woolhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LA
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