Walled garden Nowton Park walled garden is occasionally opened to the public for special events.
War memorials and monuments St Edmundsbury Borough Council is responsible for cleaning and maintaining the five main memorials, including War memorials, in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill.
War memorials in our cemeteries War memorials are a familiar site in cemeteries and parks. They are a dignified tribute to past heroes
Ward maps Maps of all the wards in St Edmundsbury
Warm Front Top-up Grant This grant is to fund the additional cost of energy efficiency measures carried out under the Warm Front scheme where the costs of the measures exceed Warm Front's contribution.
Warm Homes, Healthy People project St Edmundsbury is working with partners across Suffolk to tackle winter fuel poverty
Warmer, greener homes initiative We are looking to work with local community groups, including parish councils and village halls, to run a Greener Homes DIY event.
Wasps and hornets Wasps, and particularly the social wasp, are mainly known for their nuisance value, particularly in the autumn.
Waste and recycling We don't just empty your bins, and encourage recycling, but we work to keep the streets clean and improve the environment.
Waste planning guidance A guide for architects when planning any new development, modernisation or change of use.
Water If you are supplied by a private water supply the council can arrange for sampling to be carried out.
Water garden Abbey Gardens water garden is a peaceful area of the gardens.
West Front The West Front is the largest surviving part of the vast Benedictine Abbey of St Edmund.
West Stow Walk in the footsteps of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors, explore their homes, see the evidence for yourself...
West Stow Country Park There is plenty to see and do at West Stow Country Park, which consists of 125 acres of unspoilt countryside.
West Suffolk councils working together St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Forest Heath District Council are working together to share services across West Suffolk.
West Suffolk Lettings Partnership Supporting People in Suffolk is apartnership of local government and other organisations helping vunerable people.
West Suffolk Partnership the West Suffolk Local Strategic Partnership (WSLSP) which is committed to making life better for people in West Suffolk.
West Town Park West Town Park, also known locally as Meldham Washlands, the Floodpark, or just 'The Res', consists of about 70 acres of damp grassland,
What else can I do if I am bothered by noise? Steps yo take if you are being bothered by noise.
What is sustainability? Sustainability simply means ensuring a better quality of life for everyone, now and for generations to come.
What should you know if you have a private water supply? The water should be tested regularly to establish if it is safe to drink; it should be free from contaminants such as certain bacteria and chemicals.
What to do in an emergency Emergencies occur at any time of day or night, with little or no warning. Knowing what to do and being prepared is vital.
What to see Places to visit in the St Edmundsbury area.
What you can do to tackle climate change Links to information and advice on tackling climate change for businesses, schools and communities.
What's new on this site? We are constantly updating our pages and although we cannot include every change, we do list some of the more major changes to the website.
What's on Events in the borough
Where to eat and drink Places to eat and drink in the St Edmundsbury area.
Where to stay Hotels and B&Bs in the St Edmundsbury area.
Whistleblowing Our Whistleblowing Policy applies to all employees of the council, contractors working for the council, the council’s partners and also those supplying goods and services to the council.
Who can authorise work on memorials? The registered grave owner must sign a memorial permit application form to authorise work to a memorial.
Why be energy efficient? Increasing your energy efficiency, not only reduced CO2 emissions but can save you money too.
Wildflower meadow Nowton Park wildflower meadow is home to a wide range of wild flowers.
Wildlife feeding area Abbey Gardens wildlife feeding area is designed to help to keep pigeons to a reasonable level by feeding them in the area near their home.
Wildlife surveys Anyone can get involved in recording wildlife, and the rangers would be delighted to receive information from you.