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All the roads that will close for the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre 2019




Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is set to take over the town from from Thursday, November 21 to Sunday, November 24.

The largest event in the town's calendar is expected to bring in thousands of visitors from across the country.

West Suffolk Council, one of the event's organisers, has worked to close a number of roads for the event to take place.

Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre 2018..Pictured: Suzanne Barnes, Holle Booth and Baylee Millington-Barnes on the Carousel ...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (21101412)
Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre 2018..Pictured: Suzanne Barnes, Holle Booth and Baylee Millington-Barnes on the Carousel ...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (21101412)

The full list of road closures and parking changes is as follows:

Tuesday, November 19

From 6pm car parking is suspended on Angel Hill until 11pm Sunday, November 24.

From 6pm car parking is suspended in parking bays in Hatter Street until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

Wednesday, November 20

Angel Hill from 9.30am road will be closed until 11pm Sunday, November 24.

Cornhill and Buttermarket - from 6pm, after the market, road closed and parking suspended until 6pm Sunday, November 24.

Chequer Square from 6pm parking suspended until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

Hatter Street – from 10am road closed until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

High Baxter Street – no through traffic to Hatter Street, access only from 10am until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

Crown Street and Honey Hill – from 6pm no residents parking, limited parking, parking suspended until Sunday, November 24.

Thursday, November 21

Angel Lane – road closed from 11am until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

Lower Baxter Street – no through traffic to Angel Lane, access only from 11am until 10pm Sunday, November 24.

Friday, November 22

St Johns Street/Brentgovel Street – road closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 6pm Sunday, November 24.

Great Churchyard – road closed to all vehicles on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3pm until 5.30pm.


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