Bury St Edmunds Market Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Fresh Fish & Meat at Bury St Edmunds Market Market Days on Sat & Wednesday Enjoy a snack at Bury Market All year markets have a great day out at Bury St Edmunds Market

Bury St Edmunds Weekly Street Market 

Market matters.

Wild Game Meats
There seem to be two reactions to the sausages, salamis, jerky and hams on Wild Game Meat’s stall in Bury St Edmunds Market. More info -
Market Gallery
 download link for stallholder map & list

Not only is the provision market in Bury St Edmunds one of the most successful traditional street markets in the country today, it also has one of the longest and most colourful histories. It dates back to before the days of William the Conqueror. At various times the market has been split into several sections, including provisions, a corn market, a livestock market and a fish market.

 Bury St Edmunds Market Information PackThe provision market occurs on Wednesdays and Saturdays and has grown to where it now has over 80 stalls with 1600 feet of stall frontages on a Saturday and only slightly less on Wednesdays. The market has stalls along the Buttermarket and Cornhill and is one of the best provision markets in East Anglia.

Stalls include fruit and vegetables, clothes, hardware, fabric, pet foods, flowers, seafood, shoes and other speciality goods. The town is at it's busiest on market days with coaches from all over East Anglia arriving particularly during the summer months.

 This is also when the town looks it's best with the award winning Abbey Gardens looking magnificent and daily guided walks available.

A Map and Stallholder list (PDF) can be downloaded here

 For more information on Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding area contact the Tourist Information Centre 01284 764667 or email tic@stedsbc.gov.uk

Dont Forget

  • There will be a Christmas Eve Market on  Wednesday 24th December
  • A market on Saturday 27th December
  • A New Year’s Eve market in Bury St Edmunds. on Wednesday 31st December

The Bury market now has a licence to serve alcohol. Previously traders have had to apply for temporary events notices in order for them to sell alcohol.