We Love Bury St Edmunds!
Events of The Past
Bury's Street Markets

Bury's Street Markets

The Bury Market is famous for its vibrancy, bantering stall holders and wide variety of produce. We take a closer look right here.

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Come and join us for our 2nd anniversary party on 16th December 2017. We are going to have an amazing time, will you be there to experience the power of We Love Bury St Edmunds!?

The Nick Betson Collection

The Nick Betson Collection

Nick Betson is one of We Love Bury St Edmunds! favourite photographers.. here he is displaying his amazing talent


Past Events – Bury In Bloom

Past Events – Cherry trees The cherry trees can de found, blooming all around our town, Traveling down Newmarket road, it is a sight to behold, Westbury avenue all the way through, with its dazzling pink view, York road also has its share, these stunning trees can be seen there, Their beauty won’t last long enough, the petals fall with every gust, All across the streets in town, the petals blow all around, Like a covering of pink snow, making such a lovely show. (Les Hopton)

Bury In Bloom is fast approaching, and I am reliably told that last year 1300 gardens were awarded a certificate of Merit and 39 of them were highly commended. If you have a front garden, you could be a winner. Have you taken part before? Have you won a certificate? Can you share your secrets with the group? please use the #bsebloom to identify your posts! (James Sheen)

Lime Trees. Now that it is in late June, all the Lime Trees are in bloom. In the Churchyard on the Green,all their beauty can be seen. As i walked passed these lovely trees their scent was wafted on the breeze. It was a most enchanting smell it called me in and bid me  dwell . Underneath its branches there, it held me inthrall without a care. Held spellbound by its majesty underneath the canopy. There for a while i did stay just to pass the time of day. I asked myself but could not tell, what if plants and trees had no smell? . (Les Hopton)

The Rose Garden in the Abbey Gardens looks stunning at the moment – lots of roses in bloom and the sea of lavender is amazing and buzzing with bees! I think it’s the best it’s ever looked. Lots of visitors commenting the same.Took these today (Sandy Jackson)

Past Events – The Wolf Trail

 

Past Events – 95th Rifles at Ickworth Park

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