Bury St Edmunds is a market town in Suffolk, East Anglia. It's connected to the east and west by the A14 trunk road and to the north and south by the A134. Bury St Edmunds the largest town in the borough of St Edmundsbury.
Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds
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About Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds is well known for its cathedral and for the ruins of the Abbey that preceded it. It was at the Abbey Church in 1214 that the seeds were sown for the creation of the Magna Carta and its predecessor, the Charter of Liberties.
Bury St Edmunds became a prosperous textile town in the 15-18th centuries, and although the industrial revolution harmed this industry, the town remains a thriving market town with several local industries - most notably brewing (it's the headquarters of the Greene King Brewery) and sugar - thanks to the volume of sugar beet that's grown locally.
There has been a brewery on the Greene King site since 1700 and the business remains strong today, having been trading as Greene King since 1887. The company produces several of the best-known bitters in the UK and has a popular visitors centre and museum, which allows visitors to see the production of traditional beer in a working brewhouse. You can of course sample the wares, too!
Bury St Edmunds has a population of just over 35,000 people and has all the amenities you would expect in such a town, including van rental. Anyone needing to hire a van in Bury St Edmunds will find that there are a number of van hire companies in the town, all of whom offer a broad selection of rental vans: