We are delighted to be celebrating St Edmund’s Day here at Bury St Edmunds and Farmers Club on 20th November to celebrate the 1150th Anniversary he was martyred
St Edmund was King of East Anglia and was martyred by the Vikings 1150 years ago on 20 November 869 AD. He became the first patron saint of England.
Attire on this event will be Black Tie
Arrive at this event at 19:00 for Canapes and Welcome Drinks
The Feast begins at 19:45
£40.00 per person
Open to both Members and Non Members
Booking is essential
Call us on 01284 750 969 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org today
Canape’s on arrival
Honey Mustard Eggs
Pottages of Soup
Open Pork Pies
Hog Roast Sharing Platter
Roasted Pumpkin and Vegetable Wellington, Crispy Sage
Served with Roasted Vegetables, Potatoes and Apple Sauce
Almond Choux Buns
Accompanied by Mead Wine
Music provided by: De Mowbray’s Musicke
Themed events at the Bury St Edmunds & Farmers Club
The Bury St Edmunds & Farmers Club hold a variety of events such as speaker lunches, networking breakfasts, themed nights, summer bbq’s and much more for our members.
It’s a great chance to catch up with friends at Club events, listen to some interesting members of our local community, meet new people and enjoy the offerings of our skilled chefs.