This is the first of an occasional series to encourage members to notice more of the places that add to the character of Bury St Edmunds. The photographs have been taken by Martyn Taylor.
The only castle in Bury St Edmunds - St Andrews Street South
Abbey House, home of Mary Davers - Angel Hill
Blanchard Planter - St Marys Square, restored with a grant from the Bury Society
A lock of royal hair from Queen of France, Mary Tudor
Moyses Hall. Mary Tudor’s tomb is in St Mary’s Church.
The statue of the Wolf - Southgate Green. When the Bury Rugby club is playing, they decorate the wolf with a Rugby Scarf in team colours.
The Butts water meadows - Cullum Road
Unusual Collyweston Roof tiles - 8, St Marys Square
Art Deco building - Former Burtons Cornhill shop, Bury’s best Art Deco building
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