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19/10/2017Our Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport under starter’s ordersLace up your trainers for the Our Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport which begins on Monday.

19/10/2017Mawkin’s rebel-rousing folk songs and DIY ethicSince their formation in 2002, Mawkin have grown into one of Brit-folk's brightest new guns.

18/10/2017Harry Potter and the magical Pumpkin Patch arrives at arc shopping centrearc shopping centre is preparing for a fun filled, Halloween inspired day for the kids

17/10/2017Our Bury St Edmunds announces Christmas Grotto attractionMeet Father Christmas and his elves when he brings his festive Grotto to Charter Square.

16/10/2017Francela to Reopen after Cycle King blazeFollowing fire damage, Francela Mezze & Grill will reopen Tuesday 16 October

12/10/2017British Jazz Pioneer at The ApexCourtney Pine Presents Black Notes From The Deep Featuring Special Guest Vocalist Omar.

09/10/2017Vegetables are the Stars of the Show at Carluccio’s this AutumnCarluccio’s new Autumn Winter menu has been created in response to the ever-growing demand for more vegetarian and vegan choices

02/10/2017Award-winning Festival of Sport back in Bury St EdmundsSports enthusiasts in Bury St Edmunds are on the starting blocks for the Our Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport

26/09/2017Coffee & Pastries at NeptuneAt the start of each month, we host a leisurely breakfast of coffee and home-baked pastries.

26/09/2017Christmas Shopping Charity EventChristmas shopping evening in aid of West Suffolk Hospital WiSH upon a star Children's Fund.

14/09/2017Cricket funny man set for Bury St EdmundsReigning Sporting Speaker of the Year, and cricket funny man, Geoff Miller OBE is to host a special sporting lunch in Bury St Edmunds

02/09/2017Working Together to Safeguard Children ConferenceJoin this interesting and thought provoking conference for all those working with children, young people, their families or carers.

26/06/2017Sushi EveningDon't miss Sushi Evening Suzuki Supper Club the first Wednesday of every month

Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk is a unique and dazzling historic gem. It is an important market town which holds a twice weekly award-winning market on Wednesdays and Saturdays that date as far back as 945 and now has more than 80 stalls. It also has a richly, fascinating heritage such as the link to St Edmund, who the town was named after, and its connections with the Magna Carta. The striking combination of medieval architecture and elegant Georgian squares solidify its image as a picturesque English town. 


The town's glorious Cathedral is built on the site of the Benedictine Abbey and has been used for religious purposes for the previous three centuries. The Cathedral overlooks the Abbey Gardens which was first laid out as a Botanic Garden in 1831 and now includes an aviary, bowling green, children's play area and a sensory garden which provides a distinctive visual charm.


Discover the fantastic attractions in the town by using the search category to the right of this page. 


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Our Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport under starter’s orders

Lace up your trainers for the Our Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport which begins on Monday.


Cricket funny man set for Bury St Edmunds

Reigning Sporting Speaker of the Year, and cricket funny man, Geoff Miller OBE is to host a special sporting lunch in Bury St Edmunds


Our attractions have so much to offer...

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Greene King Visitor Centre

Here you can find out about the history of brewing in and around Bury St Edmunds, courtesy of local firm Greene King


Held on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the town’s Cornhill and Buttermarket areas

St John's Church

St John’s is an Anglican catholic church located in St John’s Street and was built in 1841.

Tourist Information Point

Find everything you need to know at Bury St Edmunds Tourism Information Point

The Nutshell

Proud to be known as the smallest pub in Britain, The Nutshell nestles in the heart of Bury St Edmunds

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Built on the site of the Benedictine Abbey dedicated to St Edmund, and overlooking the Abbey Gardens

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