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There are twenty six wolves in Bury St Edmunds. Two are at the Cathedral, with others nearby. You are welcome to discover and enjoy the wonderful, unique sculptures of the Bury St Edmunds Wolf Trail. They highlight the story of the Christian King our town is named after: Edmund, King of the East Angles, killed for his faith many centuries ago. That faith inspires the life of St Edmundsbury Cathedral. You are welcome to visit and experience that faith for yourself..

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Publications

eZine Our monthly eZine publication contains lots of information about what's going on in the Cathedral.   July/August edition  September edition
   
 Santiago Icon  Every quarter we publish a magazine, Santiago, which highlights aspects of the Cathedral's work. Summer edition Autumn edition
   
Arts Leaflet

Our current Arts and Events leaflet (July to November 2015) can be found here

 



 

Services

 The ground on which St Edmundsbury Cathedral is built has been holy ground for over a thousand years. Every day of the year, Morning and Evening Prayer is said or sung and the Eucharist is celebrated. In addition, thousands of people come from all over Suffolk and beyond to worship God at special services throughout the year, which celebrate our common life and acknowledge our common concerns.
 

 

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We host a wide variety of events at the Cathedral, you can find details of forthcoming ones on our what's on page


The Edmund Study Centre, based at the Cathedral, is a space where the dialogue between human imagination and religious faith is pursued. Courses are run and events held. A creative writing group meets monthly (forthcoming meetings 7-9 pm on Monday 13 April, Monday 1 June, Wednesday 1 July). Saturday study days also take place. For further details please contact Jayne Whiteman on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Edmund Gallery is the Cathedral's art gallery and exhibition space. Situated adjacent to the Cathedral on Angel Hill. Details of exhibitions in the Edmund Gallery and other information about the Gallery can be found on its page.

 

 

 

Pilgrims' Kitchen and Shop

 Refectory Icon The Pilgrims' Kitchen is open Monday to Saturday 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. Open on Sundays 2 to 5 pm for tea/coffee, sandwiches and cakes. More information can be found here. 
   
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Our shop stocks a great selection of Cathedral-related items and is open Monday to Saturday 10.00 am to 5.00 pm and Sunday 11.30 am to 4.00 pm.  Find more details here.