New photo boards set up at rail station to welcome visitors to Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds and Beyond have unveiled brand new photo boards at the town’s train station.

The destination marketing organisation commissioned the design and installation of photo boards in the station subway between platforms. 

 Visitors arriving to Bury St Edmunds by train, will now know just how close they are to vibrant attractions such as the Abbey Gardens.

In  addition to the photo boards, designed and produced by Coastline Graphics, Bury St Edmunds and Beyond has also worked with Greater Anglia to enable their free visitor guides and Our Bury St Edmunds BID free town maps to be available in the station lobby in easy to access stands. 

The photo boards give a taste of the attractions, just a short walk away, and features the Abbey Gardens and ruins, a stunning photo by local photographer Tom Soper, the Dame Elisabeth Frink statue of St Edmund in the Great Churchyard, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, shopping in Abbeygate Street, the Arc Shopping Centre, Moyse’s Hall Museum and The Apex.

Melanie Lesser, chair of Bury St Edmunds and Beyond, said: “These wonderful vibrant photo boards will give a real welcome to Bury St Edmunds and let visitors know just how close they are to the town centre and our attractions. 

“Plus giving the details of the Bury St Edmunds and Beyond website for visitors to get more information on what’s on, things to do, places to stay, offers and much more.”

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