Bury St Edmunds


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Bury St Edmunds

a market town in E England, in Suffolk. Pop.: 36 218 (2001)
References in periodicals archive ?
John Ward, 70, a hotelier who lives near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, said he was confident a new inquiry would be launched after a British coroner concluded Miss Ward had been unlawfully killed and that the Kenyan authorities had staged a cover-up.
Leslie Phillips, originally from Bury St Edmunds, was posted to RAF Woolsington at the start of the War and billeted with Margaret's family in Fenham.
Charles, who wore sticking plasters on the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, was left with the powder print at the mill in Pakenham, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
He was released on police bail to go back to Bury St Edmunds police station on May 27.
Saturday evening will see the senior team, narrowly beaten in last season's final, face off against a young Bury St Edmunds 'B team at home (8pm) at the Rainbow Leisure Centre.
Eric caught a coach back to Bury St Edmunds and was taken back to his car by council officials.
Bury St Edmunds is handily placed for a seaside trip to Aldeburgh, a jolly town where we enjoyed a chilly, but bracing, walk along the seafront.
Barry, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, bought the car for pounds 17 in 1962 and sold it in 1966.
David Ruffley, MP for Bury St Edmunds, dismissed rumours of a leadership challenge.
The child-killer was driven to Addenbrooke's from Highpoint Prison, near Bury St Edmunds.
THE police of Bury St Edmunds should hang their heads in shame today.
Total quantity or scope: Provision of student coach hire services between Bury St Edmunds and University Campus Suffolk (Ipswich) and between Great Yarmouth and University Campus Suffolk (Ipswich) Hire of buses and coaches with driver.