Wraps finally come off Bury’s Cupola House

Cupola House is now clear fnecing, though work is still carrying on inside
Cupola House is now clear fnecing, though work is still carrying on inside
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After more than four years of renovation work, Bury St Edmunds Cupola House is finally visible right down to street level.

The last of the contractors’ fencing has been taken away to reveal the full extent of its rebirth following the devastating 2012 fire which wrecked much of the building, which dates from 1693.

The restoration work was designed by Purcell Architects with Seaman as the main contractor.

The interior is now being fitted out for the Essex-based Bourgee restaurant company.