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I visited the Cathedral on on a Friday mid afternoon. The building is absolutely immaculately maintained. It truly is a stunning building. The cathedral also had the most amazing display on show for remembrance Sunday.
This is a magnificent cathedral close to the centre of Bury St Efmunds and near to the old Abbey Gardens, it had a tower added, I believe funding ran out when it was originally built, as part of the millennium. It has a lovely cafe/restaurant....More
My husband and I have been residents of BSE since 1996 and finally got around to doing the Tower Tour a few weeks ago; what a lovely trip!! It helped that it was a sunny, bright day; the views over BSE from the top were...More
Whilst I'm not a cathedral nut, I'll make a point of visiting if there's one in the town. And whilst I hadn't realised that Bury St E had one, I'm extremely glad we took the time to visit.
Actually, we went in twice. Once just...More
The Cathedral has a lovely garden attached called the Abbey Gardens. The Cathedral is one of the best Cathedrals and the shopping centre is spread out in a beautiful area with lots of restaurants with a number of different foods to choose from.
The cathedral is quite inspiring actually. Beautiful inside and out. I found a seating gallery high up on one side that was a pleasure to sit in for a short time, looking down on the main chapel was very stimulating.
It takes about 10/15 minutes to walk. There are two routes - either through the town centre or straight along Fornham Road/Northgate Street (more or less in a straight line from the station to Angel Hill, where the Cathedral... More
It takes about 10/15 minutes to walk. There are two routes - either through the town centre or straight along Fornham Road/Northgate Street (more or less in a straight line from the station to Angel Hill, where the Cathedral is located)