Most famous for its Abbey Gardens, Bury is also home to the Nutshell, Britain’s smallest pub; the Theatre Royal, a restored Regency theatre; a beautiful cathedral and the remains of the Abbey itself.
For visitors, shopping is provided by the arc shopping centre, which is home to a number of high street names. Independent outlets can be found on many of the medieval streets of the town centre. There is also a bustling market, which is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Bury also enjoys a number of excellent transport links. The A14 runs around the town, providing easy access to Cambridge, Ipswich and the Port of Felixstowe. To the south, London is just 2 hours away, via the M11.
For those looking to commute, Bury St Edmunds station also provides regular services to London Liverpool Street via Cambridge, as well as the major towns of East Anglia.
For education, there are several highly rated primary and secondary schools in and around the town, including Bury St Edmunds County Upper. Higher education is provided by West Suffolk College, which also offers foundation and honours degrees in partnership with the University of Suffolk.
Crammed with excellent restaurants and public houses, Bury is a wonderful place to live for people of all ages.