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New sign in Kevelaer Way, Bury St Edmunds, unveiled with the help of German rotary group





Visitors from Germany have paid a special visit to their twin town in Suffolk.

A group of Rotarians from Kevelaer visited Bury St Edmunds last week and exchanged warm words of friendship with their Suffolk counterparts.

One of the highlights of the trip, hosted by Bury St Edmunds Abbey Rotary Group, was the unveiling of new Kevelaer Way signs, near the Abbey Gardens.

Mayor Diane Hind, Rotary President Alan Chadwick and Kevelaer Rotary President Margaret Vosseler who removed the St Edmund’s Flag to reveal the signage in Kevelaer Way. Picture: Suffolk News
Mayor Diane Hind, Rotary President Alan Chadwick and Kevelaer Rotary President Margaret Vosseler who removed the St Edmund’s Flag to reveal the signage in Kevelaer Way. Picture: Suffolk News
A group of Rotarians from Bury St Edmund’s twin town of Kevelaer visiting the Theatre Royal. Picture: Submitted
A group of Rotarians from Bury St Edmund’s twin town of Kevelaer visiting the Theatre Royal. Picture: Submitted

The German visitors enjoyed trips to Pakenham Water Mill, the Theatre Royal and Greene King’s Beer Café.

The group also visited Pakenham Water Mill, near Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Submitted
The group also visited Pakenham Water Mill, near Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Submitted

Residents can become Friends of Kevelaer and some members recently visited the town.