Bury

Office Location Bury St Edmunds

Pick Everard
Weaver House
9 Looms Lane
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk IP33 1HE

Tel: 01284 760 331
Fax: 01284 761 433
Email: buryoffice@pickeverard.co.uk

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Cycling
Cycle routes can be planned using the following websites: CycleStreets, Sustrans. Alternatively access the Bury St Edmunds cycle map here: Cycle routes
Bicycles can be parked on the paved area set aside for the purpose at the rear of the office building. Security brackets are provided. Bicycles are left at the owners risk and the Partners accept no responsibility for loss or damage.

Rail
Bury St Edmunds train station is located about a 15 minute walk from our office. To plan a journey by train uses the following websites: Traveline, National Rail Enquiries
On exiting the station turn left into Station Hill and then right onto Out Northgate, A111. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Street then a slight left into Northgate Street. Follow Northgate Street until you come to Looms Lane, which is the 4th road on the right, where you will find our office.

Bus
Our office is located 5 minutes walk from the bus station and so is served by numerous bus services. To plan a journey by bus, use the following website: Traveline.

Car
From A14 West
Take the second exit to Bury St Edmunds off the A14, signposted Bury Central, turn right off the slip road and pass under the A14.  After 200 yards, pass through a set of pedestrian lights and turn immediately left into Northgate Street. In approximately ¼ mile pass through a set of pedestrian lights on the brow of a slight incline then as you descend; turn right into Looms Lane just before the traffic lights at the T junction in front of you. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

From A14 East
Take the second exit to Bury St Edmunds off the A14, signposted Bury Central, and turn left off the slip road. After 200 yards, pass through a set of pedestrian lights and turn immediately left into Northgate Street. In approximately ¼ mile pass through a set of pedestrian lights on the brow of a slight incline then as you descend; turn right into Looms Lane just before the traffic lights at the T junction in front of you. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

From A134 North
About a mile after passing through the village of Ingham, pass straight over the first two roundabouts and take the second exit at the third roundabout into Compiegne Way, passing the sugar beet factory on the left. Take the second exit of the next roundabout, passing under the A14. After 200 yards, pass through a set of pedestrian lights and turn immediately left into Northgate Street. In approximately ¼ mile pass through a set of pedestrian lights on the brow of a slight incline then as you descend, turn right into Looms Lane just before the traffic lights at the T-junction in front of you. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

From A143 North East
About a mile after passing through the village of Great Barton turn left at the first roundabout and immediately after passing under the railway bridge turn right into Barton Road, you will drive past 24Seven on your right hand side. At the mini roundabout slip left into Eastgate Street. You will drive under the A14 bridge, pass through a set of pedestrian lights, and when you arrive at a set of traffic lights, move into the right hand lane. Turn right into Northgate Street then immediately left into Looms Lane. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

From A143 South West
Approximately a mile after passing though the village of Horringer you will enter Bury St Edmunds by a 50yd stretch of dual carriageway. Carry on forward, descending a hill for about ¼ mile. At the traffic lights, stay in the left-hand lane, then move into the middle lane on passing through to the next set and continue forward into Out Westgate. At the double mini roundabout continue forward into Westgate Street, passing 4 roads on the left and bearing left at the next one into the one-way system at the Greene King brewery, keep in the left hand lane. Continue forward through black wrought iron ‘gates’, keeping the church on your right hand side. Keep forward, passing the Norman Tower and the Cathedral on your right, then a large car park on the left in front of the Angel Hotel. Bear to the right with the traffic flow and move into the left-hand lane at the traffic lights. Turn left then immediately left again into Looms Lane. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

From A134 South
Approximately a mile after passing though Sicklesmere, you pass the Bury St Edmunds town sign and into a 40mph speed restriction. ½ mile further on, take the 2nd exit at the roundabout into Southgate Street and bear left into the one-way system at the bottom of the hill, move into the right hand lane, you will have a high brick wall on your right. The road then crosses a zebra crossing and bears left in front of the Greene King brewery, keep in the right hand lane and bear right then move immediately into the left hand lane. Continue forward through black wrought iron ‘gates’, keeping the church on your right hand side. Keep forward, passing the Norman Tower and the Cathedral on your right, then a large car park on the left in front of the Angel Hotel. Bear to the right with the traffic flow and move into the left-hand lane at the traffic lights. Turn left then immediately left again into Looms Lane. The office is in a red brick building, about 50yds on the left-hand side of the road, and just after an archway under the middle of the building.

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