As well as the 300-plus stalls at our Christmas market you will find historical stall in Moyse’s Hall museum, a typical Christmas bazaar in St Edmundsbury Cathedral and a traditional street market in the town centre. put this together with the unique shopping experience Bury St Edmunds offers, and you have a shoppers’ paradise.
Eating and drinking is easy – delicious street food and mulled wine to enjoy while you browse the stalls, quaint cafes and tearooms for home made cakes, award winning restaurants for something more substantial and traditional pubs given a warm Suffolk welcome. Many places are open specially to provide refreshments, seating and toilets during the Fayre.
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Langton Place will be transformed into the St Edmundsbaby Street Fayre with stalls, animals and children’s activities - a great place to relax with your little ones. Many of the shops will be taking part and offering special offers. Shops in this area include bridal wear, designer shoes and independent sportswear. You will also find an independent cinema with special showing during the FayreSee a selection of Shops, Restaurants and Businesses
Just a step from the Arc Shopping Centre this street offers a wide variety of specialised businesses including a wine merchant and a specialist craft shops. There is also a number of eating places to be found including Indian, Chinese and Mediterranean.
This street will be pedestrianised on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Shops will have special
offers and have ‘pop up shops’ on the pavement. A stage will have entertainment throughout the day.
This street offers everything from bespoke jewellery, real ale, antiques, records and vintage clothes, St Johns Street
is also home to great eating places including traditional pubs, tearooms, and a Fairtrade Café. St Johns Church will be opening for refreshments, left luggage and toilet facilities.
Here you will find the smallest pub in Britain - The Nutshell, although it may be a little crowded during
the Fayre! The Traverse offers lovely independent stores, including designer fashion, quaint tearooms, traditional
chemist and old fashioned sweets. Performances of music and dance will also take place throughout the Fayre.
A quiet street with medieval buildings and a wide range of businesses. You will find a great coffee and cocktail bar and a traditional pub along with a wide range of service industry businessesSee a selection of Shops, Restaurants and Businesses
A street with a cosmopolitan feel – restaurants, coffee shops and eateries galore along with a wonderful array of independent stores including designer clothing, gifts, toys and cards and an Palmers Bury’s oldest department storeSee a selection of Shops, Restaurants and Businesses