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INTERACTIVE MAP: Discover all the attractions at today's Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre

Beach lovers, bargain hunters and beer drinkers will all find something to delight them in Bury St Edmunds today at the town's Whitsun Fayre.

The free-admission two-day Our Bury St Edmunds event is being held today and tomorrow with stalls and attractions for all ages.

Among the highlights are a mini-farm where children can meet baby animals, the urban beach in its new location outside Moyse’s Hall Museum, astronomy sessions, and a wealth of stalls and street entertainment including the flower and plant market that has been held in the town over this weekend for more than 20 years.

Making the most of the weekend are a number of other events designed to complement the Our Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre.

A beer festival is being held at The Beerhouse, in Tayfen Road, with a selection of ales from across the UK and on Monday arc shopping centre transforms itself into a giant ‘arc-ade’.

Traditional games such as whack-a-mole and mega buzzer will be free for visitors to have a go at and there will be dozens of prizes to be won.

Mark Cordell, chief executive of Our Bury St Edmunds, said: “We can’t wait for this weekend, with so many fun attractions to enjoy. Why spend a fortune taking the family elsewhere when you can come into the town centre and make the most of the Our Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre free of charge.

Whitsun Fayre - Bury St Edmunds. The Beach outside Moyse's Hall. Picture by Mecha Morton.
Whitsun Fayre - Bury St Edmunds. The Beach outside Moyse's Hall. Picture by Mecha Morton.

“In addition to everything else that is going on it will be the first opportunity to try to spot some of the Stars that have been put in place for our Theatre Star Trail that is running through the summer and of course many of our shops, bars and restaurants will be open too.”

The Our Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre runs from 10am to 4pmboth days.

For more information, visit www.ourburystedmunds.com/whitsunfayre/

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