Unitarian Meeting House
The Unitarian Meeting House on Churchgate Street in Bury St Edmunds will be the home of the Bury St Edmunds Literature Festival.
The Unitarian Meeting House in Bury St Edmunds was built in 1711 for its Presbyterian congregation in the English Baroque style. The building has been serving the local community for 300 years and was restored between 1975 and 1991 so that it could continue to do so for future generations. The Grade 1 listed building is now one of Bury St Edmunds’ most elegant venues and is available to hire for events.
Address: Unitarian Meeting House, Churchgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1RH
Facilities: The venue is accessible to wheelchair users via the side doors. There is an accessible toilet.
Parking: There is limited metered on-street parking on Churchgate Street. The venue is only a short walk away from a number of the town’s main car parks including the arc car park, Parkway Multi Storey and Angel Hill Car Park.
Risbygate Sports Club
Risbygate Sports Club will be the venue for the joint event with Poetry Aloud on 23rd October.
Address: Westley Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3RR. Tel: 01284 755468
Parking: There is plenty of parking on site.
Moyse’s Hall Museum
Moyse’s Hall Museum will be the venue for the joint event with the Friend’s of Moyse’s Hall Museum. The Museum will host an evening with Nicola Upson on 25th October.
Address: Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, IP33 1DX
Parking: The closest parking to the museum is in Cornhill or alternatively there is parking on Angel Hill or behind the arc shopping Centre, off Parkway.