Ale Trail Pub Named One Of Four Best By Wetherspoons Expert
David Bingham, who aimed to visit every Wetherspoons in the UK in four years, said that of the 875 he has already visited, the Bury St Edmunds Corn Exchange stood out as one of the best!
The Corn Exchange was turned into a Wetherspoons pub following a refurbishment in June 2010.
This grade I listed monument was originally designed by Ellis & Woodward and built by Lot Jackaman at a cost of £7,000.
It stands on the site of The Shambles (or market) which occupied three sides of the site. The Corn Exchange opened for business in July 1862.
The Corn Exchange is one of the licensed premises featured in the Bury St Edmunds Ale Trail.
Read the full article about this historic pub crawl.