Six Bells Inn

The Green, Bardwell, Bury St. Edmunds, IP31 1AW, United Kingdom
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Bury St. Edmunds railway stationBury St. Edmunds railway station

The now-beloved statue of St. EdmundThe now-beloved statue of St. Edmund

One of many houses you will hear of...One of many houses you will hear of...

Boy king Henry VI worshipping the shrine of St. EdBoy king Henry VI worshipping the shrine of St. Ed

Travel Tips for Bury Saint Edmunds

Red Barn Murder

by Tom_Fields

Here is a ghastly tale of crime and punishment involving William Corder, convicted of murdering his lover, a young woman named Maria Marten. After his 1828 trial and execution, his body was dissected. His skin was used to bind the book shown here, which contains an account of the murder and trial.

St. Mary's Parish Church

by Airpunk

Despite or because this was a finer example of a church in comparison to St. James', it was not chosen to become the cathedral. It is the third largest Parish church in England and has one of the largest naves in the country. St. Mary's is a Norman Church, being only slightly younger than the Norman Tower. It was built from around 1120 on consecrated around 20 years later. Their current form, however, was shaped in the 15th century, including the large wooden angels on the roof. The main attraction, however, is most certainly the grave of Mary Tudor. That's not Mary, Queen of Scots nor Bloody Mary, but Henry VIII's younger sister. She was a favourite with her tyrant brother and his warship, the Mary Rose, was named after her. For a short time, she was even Queen of France through her marriage with Louis XII and later became the grandmother of Lady Jane Grey, the famous nine day Queen. However, she did not see her granddaughter grow up as she died at an age of only 37 in 1533. Neither her husband nor her brother attended the funeral.

West Stow Anglo Saxon Village

by pedroswift

"Reconstructed Saxon Village"

Driving south from Downham Market on the A1101 near Bury Edmunds, we discovered this village and just had to check it out. Regretted that no research had been done before hand. We'll be back & we'll read up on the site & pick a date when there is a re-enactment event.
Entry to Car park approx: 58º57'48.75"N; 0º38'22.60"W
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 Six Bells Inn

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Address: The Green, Bardwell, Bury St. Edmunds, IP31 1AW, United Kingdom