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Our guide to travelling to the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

Posted on Tuesday, 20th November, 2018

Our guide to travelling to the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

 

Parking

 

You have three different options for parking, depending on how close you’d ideally like to be. We are very lucky that schools and businesses open their car parks for the weekend, so a number of these are only available for this weekend.

 

Park and Walk

 

There are five different park and walk sites:

 

West Suffolk College, Beetons Way, IP33 3TT £4, Saturday and Sunday only

 

Olding Road Car Park, Olding Road, IP33 3YE Free, Saturday and Sunday only

 

Greene King Car Park, IP33 3PB

£4 after 4pm £8 all day, Saturday and Sunday only

 

Priory School, IP32 7BH

£5, Saturday and Sunday only

 

St Edmundsbury School, IP33 3BJ

£5, Saturday and Sunday only

 

View these on the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre parking map

 

Park and Ride - cash only

 

The park and ride service for the Christmas Fayre is at the Saxham Business Park is just off the A14 towards Newmarket, IP28 6RX.

 

The park and ride will drop you off from the corner of Honey Hill and Raingate Street, just next to the Abbey Gardens.

 

The service is available Thursday 11am-8.30pm, Friday & Saturday 8.30am - 8.30pm and Sunday 9.00am - 5.30pm.

 

£10 per car, dogs not accepted other than guide or hearing dogs.

 

Town Centre Parking

 

Parkway Multi Storey, IP33 3BA,

view costs here

 

Ram Meadow, IP33 1XP,

see costs here

 

Shire Hall Weekend car park, IP33 2AR,

see costs here

 

St Andrews Long Stay, IP33 1TZ,

see costs here

 

By Train

 

Trains run hourly between Ipswich and Cambridge, view the timetable here

 

The train station is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hustle and bustle of the Christmas Fayre. Follow the crowds down the hill towards The Beerhouse pub and go straight over the mini roundabout towards Ipswich Street, which then feeds into St Johns St where you will find the start of the Christmas Fayre.

 

By Bus

 

Regular bus services will be running from Cambridge, Thetford and Norwich, as well as from surrounding villages such as Long Melford, Lavenham, Sudbury and Clare to name just a few.

 

The bus station is very central to the town centre, just a stone’s throw from St John’s Street and The arc Shopping Centre.

 

For more information on the services, please visit Suffolk on Board

 

RWSfm will be covering the latest in travel and parking information on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 8am and 6pm, with an update every 30 minutes. Tune your radio to 103.3 or download the TuneIn radio app

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