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Encyclopedia > St Edmundsbury (borough)
Borough of St Edmundsbury

Shown within Suffolk
Status: Borough
Region: East of England
Admin. County: Suffolk
- Total
Ranked 63rd
656.96 kmē
Admin. HQ: Bury St Edmunds
ONS code: 42UF
- Total (2002 est.)
- Density
Ranked 219th
150 / kmē
Ethnicity: 98.0% White
St Edmundsbury Borough Council
Leadership: Leader & Cabinet
Executive: Conservative
MPs: David Ruffley, Richard Spring, Tim Yeo

St Edmundsbury is a borough in Suffolk, England. It is named after its main town, Bury St Edmunds. Other towns in the district include Haverhill.

The district was formed on April 1, 1974 by the merger of the Borough of Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill Urban District, Clare Rural District and Thingoe Rural District.

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Administrative counties with multiple districts: Bedfordshire - Cambridgeshire - Essex - Hertfordshire - Norfolk - Suffolk

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Bury St Edmunds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (840 words)
Bury St Edmunds is a town in the county of Suffolk, England.
It is the main town in the borough of St Edmundsbury and is probably most famous for the ruined abbey which stands near the town centre.
For a later important service at the new cathedral in the 1960s Benjamin Britten wrote his Fanfare for St Edmundsbury, a work for three trumpets which is now well-known.
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