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Symonds Road, Bury St Edmunds, EN, GB, IP32 7DZ

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»St. Edmundsbury Cathedral

The St. Edmundsbury Cathedral has been around since the late 800s. It was built to commemorate the death of King Edmund. Initially it was just an abbey to be his tomb, but in the 18th or 19th century it was made a cathedral. Since then it has been a wonderful community church and a respected cathedral. The cathedral in believed to be built on sacred grounds and they regularly have services there through the year. The parish is also very involved in the lives of the members of the church. They organize a number of community support groups for mothers, students and more. Do check their website for more details.

Angel Hill
Bury St. Edmunds , IP33 1LS

»St Edmund's Church

The St Edmund's Church is located in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. The church was built in 18th century by Jesuits. However, the current building can be dated back to the 19th century. A site of English heritage, the church is designed in the Classical Revival style of architecture. The church is a beautiful building carved out of brick and stone. The marble surround gives a classic touch to the building and adds to its grace. Check website for more information.

21 Westgate Street
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1QG

»Bury St Edmunds railway station

Bury St. Edmunds railway station is used by travelers in Bury St Edmunds town. Greater Anglia operates this railway station as well as all trains that depart and arrive here. Bury St Edmunds railway station is designed by noted architect Sanction Wood. He is also credited with designing other railway stations, some of them being the Cambridge and Ipswich railway stations. Bury St Edmunds railway station was inaugrated officially in November 1847. Built of red brick and featuring stone dressings, a pair of beautiful towers on both sides of the station's tracks is a striking feature of this railway station.

1 Fornham Road
Bury St Edmunds, IP32 6AH

»St Mary's Church

The St Mary's Church is located in Ickward Park in Suffolk. One can view the Ickworth House from this site of English heritage. The church was built in the 18th century to serve the former village of Ickworth. The church building underwent a lot of renovation and the present building was built in the 19th century. The architectural type is medieval and the interiors are beautifully gilded with gold and decorated with wood. Though the church isn't operational as an institute of faith, it is preserved as a monument and is open to public. It even serves as a wedding venue. Check website for more information.

Off A143 Road
Bury St Edmunds, IP29 5QE


The County of Suffolk is enhanced by the active presence of a small civil parish and village in the form of the Wordwell. It is situated at approximately 5 miles (8.04 kilometers) from Bury St Edmunds. It was hit by the infamous Black Death in around 1348 and since then has never really recovered in context with its population. The village comprises of the All Saints Church which is a great heritage site.

Bury Saint Edmunds, IP28 6UE

»All Saints Church

The Anglican All Saints Church is located in the Lawshall village in Suffolk. The site of English heritage is a 15th century building which has been restored heavily with the passing times. The 19th century saw many additions to the church's style. The church is built of stone and sports tiled roof. The 4-staged tower adds to the magnificence to the church. Some of the fittings also date back to the 14th century. The interior houses many memorabilia and dedications to known men and saints.

The Street
Bury St Edmunds, IP29 4QA

»St Peter and St Paul's Church

A magnificent and huge building which almost makes it look like a cathedral, the St Peter and St Paul is a classy church in Lavenham. The parish has been around from the 15th century being known for it's architectural style and interior beauty. The architect who designed this place was John Wastell who made in a Late perpendicular way in 1525. Due to the structure being maintained so well since it's days of origin, the English Heritage society has made it a Grade I listed building and has been responsible since then to take good care of the place. The design in and around the church is quite intricate and hence makes it all the more well known not just in the surrounding but also in a few distant places. Come, visit and explore this architectural beauty.

Potland Lane
Lavenham, CO10

»Holy Trinity Church

Being one of the 310 medieval English churches in the name of the Holy Trinity, this is very famous for its architecture. The parish church built in Perpendicular Gothic style during 1467 and 1497 is a prominent example of wool church, as it was founded by many rich wool merchants. The impressive and distinctive style of architecture have attracted many acclaims. Visit the church, and you will find yourself submerged in the tranquility offered by this church. The nave,the sanctuary, Clopton chapel, Lady Chapel, stained glass window and Clopton Chantry Chapel all fills you with immense pleasure. This church is equally visited by the locals and the tourists. Visit the website for more details.

Church Walk
Long Melford, CO10 9DT

»St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church at Mildenhall lies at the center of the town, and is a sight so magnificent it is impossible to miss. Largely built during the 14th Century, the church features a number of impressive architectural nuances throughout. Inside you will find many of intriguing artifacts and fixtures, including richly carved benches and pews, incredibly detailed stained glass windows and a some impressive tombs. The church has been designated a Grade I listed building and continues on as an active parish church. Visitors are welcome to explore this historic building and may join in the services to get a first hand taste of what it is like to worship within these atmospheric walls. Informative guide books are available for purchase, and you can even join the members of the congregation for a cup of coffee at the end of the service.

High Street
Mildenhall, IP28 7EA

»Stowmarket railway station

Serving Suffolk's Stowmarket town, Stowmarket railway station is managed by Greater Anglia. Stowmarket railway station opened to public in the year 1846 and it was started by Bury and Ipswich Railway. Constructed of red stone, Stowmarket railway station features an arresting Jacobean architectural style credited to Frederick Barnes. Stowmarket railway station was restored in the year 1987 and is marked as a Grade II listed structure by the English Heritage.

Prentice Road
Stowmarket, IP14


Historic Thetford has much to offer those who enjoy sightseeing and the great outdoors. Surrounded by one of the oldest areas of forest in the country, Thetford is an ancient town and 1000 years ago was the capital of East Anglia. A great number of historic sites remain in the area including Thetford Priory. Today Thetford, about 40 minutes from Norwich, offers a mixture of old and new buildings. It has a pedestrianized shopping area and a market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Museums in the area include the 15th Century Ancient House Museum. The beautiful Thetford Forest Park offers 50,000 acres of area to explore and features picnic sites, paths and cycle trails.

Thetford, IP24 1AA

»St Peter and St Paul's Church

St Peter and St Paul's Church is a prominent landmark and is a Grade I listed church in Clare. This is said to be one of the most beautiful churches in the area. The building has stunning and dominant structure with equally impressive interiors. The brass lectern in the form of an eagle, private pews, sundial on the porch and carved faces of the Green Man are the notable attribute of this church. The church has eight bells and a unique item The Gotch, a beer jug, with an inscription campana sonant canore-meaning the bells rings in harmony.

High Street
Clare, CO10 8NY
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