The Buildings of Bury St. Edmunds

| Abbeygate

David Rees, an enthusiastic student of history and architecture is passioante about the town's environment. He will lead a tour of the major buildingsa and less obvious treasures.Although Bury has the appearence of a Georgian town, it orginates from the Normans and we shall visit the Cathedral, St. Mary's church with its angel roof, the Unitarian Meeting House of 1711, the Art Gallery restored by Robert Adam,the Athenaeum, the Theatre Royal and the view from the top of the Greene King Brewery.

Venue information


Go to the end of Northgate Street, turn right and follow the road around. The Abbeygate is on your left and there are three long-term car parks in Bury. The most suitable is reached by turning left at the first roundabout after crossing beneath the A14, go into Northgate street where the car park is signed half way along at Cotton Street. The second is off Parkway North, which is along the A143 going south.

Entry details

23, lunch will be provided.

Tickets: John Brasier, 1E Telegraph Lane East, Norwich, NR14 4AL Tel. 01603 438031 Email.

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