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St Denis – the Bury St Edmunds Connection
St Denis – the Bury St Edmunds Connection

Should you have wandered down Honey Hill recently, you may have noticed the name...

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Humphry Repton (1752-1818)
Humphry Repton (1752-1818)

Humphry Repton, the great English landscape designer of the 18th century, was born in...

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M R James ‘On the Abbey Church at Bury’
M R James ‘On the Abbey Church at Bury’

A recreation of M R James famous lecture On the Abbey Church at Bury...

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The Henry VI Tapestry
The Henry VI Tapestry

At the far end of the North aisle in St Edmundsbury Cathedral, a set...

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James Stiff, noted English potter
James Stiff, noted English potter

Born in 1808 at Rougham, James Stiff was the son of Robert Stiff, a...

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The Smiling Angels of St. Mary’s Church or Can you spot the Spider?
The Smiling Angels of St. Mary’s Church or Can you spot the Spider?

No visit to Bury St Edmunds would be truly complete without exploring the beautiful...

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Performing Camels in the Abbey Gardens
Performing Camels in the Abbey Gardens

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Extraordinary Announcement – MACARTE’S CIRQUE IMPERIAL, Accompanied by a Troupe...

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Pill boxes: defending Bury in World War II
Pill boxes: defending Bury in World War II

Photo: Pill box, near Sicklesmere Road Pill boxes are a visible reminder of Bury’s...

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Vulcan’s Cave, Cannon Street
Vulcan’s Cave, Cannon Street

At the bottom of Cannon Street stands Vulcan’s Cave, bearing the indications that it...

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Louis Philippe I (d’Orleans), King of the French, 1773–1850
Louis Philippe I (d’Orleans), King of the French, 1773–1850

If you visit Angel Hill, you may have noticed a small plaque high on...

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