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Bury St Edmunds is a matket town. Weekly market days are Wednesday and Saturday. The Christmas Market is one of the largest in England. See 'Festivals, Events, Town and Farmers Markets' above.

The following web-sites contain lots of relevant information that will help you enjoy your stay in Bury St Edmunds.

Abbey Book Shop

Abbey Book Shop

John Appleby's account of his time in the UK in World War 2 - as a Civil Engineer in the US Army Air Force - mainly in Suffolk and East Anglia, building massive airfields for the USAAF. He tells how he fell for the rural beauty, architecture, history and people of the county.

Featured: The Manger and Stables at Bradfield Combust

Featured: The Manger and Stables at Bradfield Combust

Areas are set aside for those just wishing to have a drink without eating. Extensive gin and wine menus are available, with a great selection of well kept beers, ales and soft drinks. Tea and freshly ground coffee served all day, with delicious homemade cakes and savouries available at selected times during the day. Four legged friends are welcome to join you and even have their own snacks available, fresh water in clean bowls will always be offered.

Featured: Wyken Vineyards

Featured: Wyken Vineyards

Once occupied by Romans and recorded in Domesday, the ancient estate of Wyken is quintessential Suffolk: country lanes, hedgerows, patchwork fields and woodlands. Wyken is a 1200-acre farm which includes a flock of Shetland sheep and a 7-acre vineyard producing award-winning wines. In 2017 our Bacchus was a Gold Medal Winner and our Moonshine was East Anglian wine of the year in 2017.