About Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds is a ‘Jewel in the Crown of Suffolk’, surrounded by countryside and with a steep history to explore. Home to the magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral and the stunning Abbey Gardens and with shops lining the charming medieval streets and elegant Georgian squares the location has a unique character. Yet this is complemented by the modern look of the arc shopping centre and The Apex.
On your doorstep
Tesco Express is the closest shop to your doorstep at Lawson Place. Here you’ll also find a post office, doctors surgery, pharmacy, café and the Moreton Hall pub. You’ll be spoilt for choice for gyms which are all within a 4 minute drive. Abbots Green Academy and Sybil Andrews Academy are both within walking distance but schooling options are plentiful in the town with many great pre-schools, primary and secondary schools.
Enjoying life at Lark Grange
Enjoy some retail therapy in the town with independent boutiques and leading high street stores, or for some family fun there’s an excellent range of activities to keep children of all ages entertained. You can indulge your appetite with an array of places to eat and drink, including award winning restaurants, gastropubs, cafes and cocktail bars. At the award-winning entertainment venue The Apex or The Theatre Royal you can enjoy theatre, comedy and music, or if you prefer, take in a film at Cineworld.
Getting out and about
Just 3 minutes from junction 45 of the A14, Lark Grange is a commuter’s paradise. The A11, A12 and M11 are all easily accessible too. The university city of Cambridge is less than 40 minutes away, the Suffolk coast can be reached in just under 1 hour, or the journey to London is less than 2 hours. Trains from Bury St Edmunds are operated by Greater Anglia with destinations including Cambridge, Ely and London’s Kings Cross. Your nearest bus stop is just outside of the development with regular buses into the town centre.