Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds, more commonly referred to as Bury by it’s local inhabitants, is a historic market town and civil parish in Suffolk. With an abundance of great suburban areas, perfect for families to call home Bury St Edmunds has some magnificent landscapes, picturesque villages and unique local stores. The town is regarded as the capital of West Suffolk and is the centre of the economy for the area.
Famous businesses in the area are Greene King Brewery at Westgate Brewery, IP33 1QT and British Sugar (Silver Spoon), Hollow Road, IP32 7BB
St Edmund was the original patron saint of England
Bury St Edmunds Abbey is near the town centre where there are 200 stores to explore that line the picturesque medieval streets, and elegant Georgian squares (IP33 1LS). Shopping in Bury St Edmunds offers something for everyone – with an array of independent stores mixed with all the usual High Street chains, all within an easy walking distance in beautiful surroundings.
Attractions in Bury
Greene King Brewery – Take a tour of the Brewery at Abbot House Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QT – allow yourself 1-2 hours
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village – Icklingham Road, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6HG – this is one of the greatest archaeological sites in the UK – a recreation of the anglo-saxon settlement which was on the same site between 450-640AD, Children can enjoy dressing up like an Anglo-Saxon and getting involved in a “mini-dig”.
St Edmunsbury Cathedral – Abbey House, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds IP33 1LS
If you need help with family law matters, these firms in Bury St Edmunds may be able to help you.
Established in Bury St Edmunds in 1979, Burnett Barker Solicitors has been providing practical legal advice in straightforward language for over 40 years. They are located at Collingwood House, 20 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk , IP33 1NX.
Alternatively, Greene & Greene Solicitors are based at 80 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1QB “A law firm that provides practical advice to get their clients where they want to be in the most straightforward manner.”
Fullers Family Law – St. Andrews Castle, 33 St. Andrews Street South,
Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 3PH -“We understand that you may be finding the current situation both concerning and confusing. We are here to help you and your family with issues that might arise whilst you are trying to deal with what is currently happening.”
Of course, revenge might give you a short-term smirk, but in the long run you may end up feeling ashamed of your actions.
Divorce Coach – Claire Black – The Hug Directory says that those considering revenge, should stop and ask themselves these 5 questions.
- Imagine yourself in 5 years’ time, looking back on you now. How will I feel in 5 years about what I am doing/saying now?
- Is this the right thing to do?
- Who is being harmed when I hold onto this anger/bitterness/resentment?
- How would it feel to let go of it? What would I be able to do/feel/be without this negative feeling? What else would I have space for?
- Ultimately, hanging onto negative emotions like resentment, bitterness or anger is like drinking poison and expecting someone else to die! It wastes valuable time, and keeps the emotional ties alive.
Ellisons – “We understand that the pursestrings can be pushed to breaking point during any family dispute and we will do our best to support you as cost-effectively as we can. As part of Resolution – a community of family justice professionals – our Divorce Solicitors are committed to find a way to a fitting outcome in a constructive and non-confrontational way.” – 83 / 84 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1LN (they also have offices in Chelmsford CM2 0QT, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 1SD , Frinton-on Sea CO13 9PS, Ipswich IP9 2BJ and Colchester CO1 1NP)
Willett & Co, 18 Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1XQ “The breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most traumatic periods of anyone’s life. Naturally, you will be concerned about your current financial and property arrangements and how it will affect any children you may have. You need a legal advisor with the skills and experience to secure the best solution for you.”
Don’t forget your financial future when you are going through a life changing situation such as separation ore bereavement
- Gibbs Denley – Financial & Investment Advisers – 17 Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1UZ
- Churchgates – 18 Langton Place, Bury St Edmunds,Suffolk, IP33 1NE “At Churchgates we believe we are more than just a financial planning service. Our team of financial advisers provides independent advice and we are not restricted in any way or tied to any product provider.”
- St Edmunds Wealth Management – 88 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1NX or the Flemton office – The Stables, Flempton House, Flempton , Bury St Edmunds , IP28 6EG “The great joy of financial freedom is having your heart and mind free from worry about life’s uncertainties, and our aim is to pave the way for a more secure financial future for you, your family and for businesses of all sizes.”
- Chandler House Financial Planning – “We are not tied to any bank, investment house or insurance company. We are independently owned with no insurance company sharing any stake in our organisation, by retaining this purity we can always act in our client’s best interests.” – 4B Boldero Road, Bury St Edmunds IP32 7BS
So, you think there is no financial future?
If you work, how can you maximise your income? Could you ask your employer for training and up your game at work? Get a promotion? Could do something at weekends to earn some extra cash. You may have to be “all hands to the pumps” for a while to set yourself on the straight and narrow financially, but it will be all worthwhile. Again, it is worth speaking to a financial advisor about the possibilities available to you. There are also career coaches out there who can help you to realise your potential and income growth! Financial planning needs to be a box you tick.
You may need some life insurance to protect your children in the event of your death or you may wish to protect your income if you suffered a critical illness. There are many possibilities to explore and you can take what you earn along with what you may have in the bank and make the best of the situation. Many people have company pensions which lay dormant, these can be revived and made to work again. Everyone’s situation differs.
You will be dealing with similar issues if your partner has died. You have to look at the “pot” available to you and get it working to its maximum potential, taking into account the possible future scenarios. A one to one consultation with a financial advisor will help you to put things into some kind of order. If you haven’t dealt with money matters before, they will explain what everything means as you go along. You may find that your partner had shares which mean nothing to you. Get all the paperwork together ready for an advisor to look through and make sense of. Read the rest of this article about starting over financially.
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