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The Corn Exchange
Article date: 28 Sep 2012

The Mayor of Bury St Edmunds, Cllr Tim Marks is pictured with manager Craig Uttley at the opening of The Corn Exchange in the Suffolk town.

The grade II listed building which houses the pub was previously a council community hall, which dates from 1862.

The new pub cost £1.25 million to develop and created 75 jobs.

A sculpture called ‘The Ripening’, designed and made by local blacksmiths ‘Designs on Metal’, is displayed, as well as an original corngrinder from a local farm, which was painted by artist Flo Fozzard, using a famous textile design by William Morris, who started his company the same year as the corn exchange was built.

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