Many of the original wealthy clothiers' houses still remain with evidence of their large ground level doorways which were designed to be used with hoists to load wool, yarn and cloth.A picturesque row of brightly coloured houses can be found on Water street, so named because a stream once ran there which was used for dyeing and fulling.The local populace pursued Sir John for revenge, who attempted to escape by hanging on to the door handle of St Mary's Church, pleading sanctuary.His pleas unsuccessful, he was taken to Bury St Edmunds and there beheaded by the mob.“One of the loveliest gym members I had the pleasure of knowing.Truly sad.” Others also left Facebook tributes, one said: “He was a great fella, always positive and great humour. RIP buddy, you’ll be missed.” Another wrote: “So so sad, lovely lad, so kind and will be truly missed.” Sue Ayres, deputy mayor of Sudbury, said: “I feel so desperately sorry for all the family.* Calls to this number will be recorded for quality, compliance and training purposes.You can contact relevant agents and developers with properties matching your search requirements from a single form.
In Clare Castle Country Park, visitors can see remains of the thirteenth century castle keep, along with part of the Inner Bailey Wall, as well Clare's abandoned station house and platform built in 1865.
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Approximately 18 miles from Bury St Edmunds, Cavendish and Clare can both be toured within a couple of hours.
Though Cavendish is now a charming, peaceful village, the village sign depicts the killing of Wat Tyler, leader of the Peasant's Revolt, in 1381 by the son of Sir John Cavendish, then Chief Justice of the Kings Bench.