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The large Suffolk market town of Bury St.
Edmunds population approx 70,000 is the shooping and culture centre of West Sussex and is a busting and lively place to visit.
Once called the tonguetwisting name of Beodericsworth, the town was built in a grid design bt Abbot Baldwin in the 11th Century.
A lovely and historical place, the jewel in its crown is the Bury St Edmunds ABbey which is located near to the town centre.
The town also boasts the Gibraltar Barracks, and is the home of the Greene King brewery as well as a British Sugar factory which makes Silver Spoon sugar
There are loads of lovely sites and buildings to see in the charming town of Bury St.