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SLS at St Edmund Jan 7
Sports Hall For Hire For more information on booking please contact on: Tel: 0121 514 8849 or Email: stedmundcampion@schoollettings.org
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We Love Bury St Edmunds! Dec 11
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St. Edmund’s Falinge Apr 23
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American Lutheran Church - Frikirke - Oslo, Norway Apr 17
April 19. - Worship service at 10:00 am. at Church in Oslo, followed by refreshments.  Pastor Joel from will preach. Welcome!
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Joy Parry Mar 14
(an hour late!) The invading Danes killed East Anglia's by shooting him with arrows, then beheading him. According to legend, a wolf guarded his head until it was found by his supporters. The story is shown in carvings on 's church
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Marc Quigley-Ferriday 🦄 ◾️▫️ Dec 17
stripped of ’s honorary fellowship in amid alleged sexual abuse charges
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Bury St Edmunds Tour Guides May 30
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Patrick Haseldine Apr 29
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Ian Scamans Apr 22
I'm guessing this is the last time we'll be celebrating St George's Day. Once we Brexit I guess he'll be removed with the rest of the foreigners. I bet you never thought of that when you voted to leave!
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🇪🇺Sue 🇬🇧 Apr 23
NOT - St Edmund: ORIGINAL Patron Saint of England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 of
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stephanie mackentyre Jan 27
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WhatsOn WestSuffolk Dec 17
In January, the Abbey of St Edmund Heritage Partnership present 'The Abbey of St Edmund: Past, Present & Future'. More info or to book >
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BuryStEdmunds&Beyond Apr 22
Happy ! Did you know St Edmund was the original patron saint of England? Find out more here... >
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Gayle Wade Apr 23
We already celebrate 's day here in and there has been a campaign to reinstate him as 's patron saint. 😁
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Olufemi Okeniyi Apr 23
Replying to @femiokes
"It is surprising to learn that was not the first patron saint of England. That honour was originally held by , or Edmund the Martyr, King of East Anglia in the 9th century AD. Born on Christmas Day 841 AD, Edmund succeeded to the throne of East Anglia in 856"
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Adrian Tindall Jan 26
An excellent and engaging day to launch our consultation on the future of the Abbey of !
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James Mather 😬🇬🇧🇪🇺 Jun 6
Replying to @LoveWestNorfolk
. No nasty mountains to spoil a good sky! The view west over from the churchyard of ’s Parish Church (‘the church on the hill’)
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West Suffolk Council May 17
The Heritage Partnership is carrying out a visitor survey, the findings of which will help shape some of its future work and funding bids. Whether you're a resident or visitor you can take part at
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David Pybus Apr 23
Perhaps should let go of as and revert to the 1st patron saint who was (wait for it) .........
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West Suffolk Council May 30
It was great to today welcome President of for a tour of the site in led by of with insight into 1000yrs of the Abbey and the work of the Heritage Partnership
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