Bury St. Edmunds is a small market town in the county of Suffolk. The home of brewing in England, as well as sugar production, Bury St. Edmunds is one of the main cultural centres in the surrounding area. Bury St. Edmunds Abbey is a popular attraction with its fascinating ruins and gardens. The town is also home to Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral, which was built in 1914. A number of famous people including Sybil Andrews, Bob Hoskins, Michael Maloney, Andy Marshall and Sir James Reynolds, have called Bury St. Edmunds home over the years.
Bury St. Edmunds has a range of retail and office space, which is rented or owned by the likes of security services, cleaning services, computer service providers, computer consultants, environmental services and accountants. You will also find professionals and business types such as interior designers and decorators, software developers, and marketing consultants. Bonhams and the National Trust have regional head offices in Bury St. Edmunds.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Bury St. Edmunds boasts a number of cultural and entertainment venues catering for tourists and locals alike. You can enjoy a visit to the Theatre Royal, a major centre for live-acts, while Regency Theatre is also known to host some lively productions. Abbeygate Picturehouse is the place for cinema-lovers and The Apex is a live-acts venue hosting a wide array of performances in different genres. The town has a number of eateries serving food from different parts of the world including European cuisine at Graze and classical French cooking at Maison Bleue. There is something for the whole family at The Orchard Room while those searching for some Mediterranean cuisine will enjoy eating out at Saints.
The town has a significant supply of buses and coach services ensuring connectivity internally as well as to other parts of the county. Taxi services are readily available while rail-connectivity can be accessed via Station Hill railway station. Cambridge Airport is just a short drive away and offers convenient air travel connections.