Steeped in history, The Brackland area of Bury St Edmunds is a blend of wealth and poverty.
This tour will explore its development, personalities and buildings, from the days of industrialisation to slum clearance and the saving of St John’s Street. Hear about the inventor of the motor-cycle sidecar, a reforming bishop, a doctor who was chauffeured to her patients, an impoverished author. See the landmarks of the past – its places of worship, pubs and police station.
Brackland is on Thursday, 22 February. Its starts at 2pm in front of Moyse’s Hall Museum (what3words///things.airfields.hosts), and lasts 90 minutes.
It is in English and is suitable for all ages and abilities. Please let us know beforehand if you have any special access requirements. We regret that we cannot accept dogs (apart from assistance dogs) on our tours.
Adults £10.00, U-18s £5, U-5s free. Tickets may be booked online in advance or simply turn up on the day.