St Edmundsbury has some delightful and unusual shops in its three main centres of Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and Clare. Find out more about what shops there are and where you can park:
Pay for your parking using your mobile and a credit or debit card using Cashless parking.
Annual Season tickets are available for some car parks.
For further information on Bury St Edmunds town centre visit: Our Bury St Edmunds.
Residents parking permits
Neighbourhood parking schemes are designated areas allowing residents to park in streets near their homes by purchasing a permit.
Parking fines can be paid online by visiting our Make a payment page
For information about parking fines and appeals visit our Parking fines and appeals page
Public toilets for disabled people
The Radar National Key Scheme key offers disabled people independent access to 9,000 accessible locked toilets around the country. In St Edmundsbury these toilets can be found at Clare Castle, Haverhill Recreation Ground and Ram Meadow car park in Bury St Edmunds.
Keys can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre, our council offices in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill or online at www.radar.org.uk
The Royal Association for Disability Rights (Radar) is a national charity that campaigns for the rights of the 11 million people in the UK who have a disability or health condition and the key scheme fits into their objectives to promote freedom and choice so disabled people can lead the life they choose. For more information visit: www.radar.org.uk
Gypsy and Travellers camping in Borough car parks (PDF 10KB)
Using our car parks safely - Gritting in St Edmundsbury's car parks