Traceable roots of the Town Council include a commemorative stone plaque on the gable end of a property in School Yard which testifies – “This entrance to the cattle market made by order of the Town Council August 1852 J.P. Everard Esq. Mayor”.

Another reference to the earlier Town Council can be found beneath the “Pillar of Salt” traffic sign on the Angel Hill (pictured right), which was designed by Basil Oliver, “Architect to The Bury St Edmunds Town Council”, 1935.

There are currently FOUR Bury St Edmunds Town Council Facebook Pages – Do they know what they are doing?

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