Etymology[ edit ] The name Bury is etymologically connected with borough ,  which has cognates in other Germanic languages such as the German burg meaning "fortress, castle"; Old Norse borg meaning "wall, castle"; and Gothic baurgs meaning "city". The second section of the name refers to Edmund King of the East Angles , who was killed by the Vikings in the year He became venerated as a saint and a martyr, and his shrine made Bury St Edmunds an important place of pilgrimage. The formal name of both the borough and the diocese is "St Edmundsbury", and the town is colloquially known as Bury. History[ edit ] An archaeological study in the s on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds Beodericsworth, Bedrichesworth, St Edmund's Bury uncovered evidence of bronze age activity in the area.
The club normally meet at It originally launched as a website to help new M6 Foundation licence holders to get on-air, but thanks to input from many Essex-based amateurs, Essex Ham has been expanded to help promote and support the amateur radio hobby, as well as becoming a handy place to gather and share information. Several members are very keen on contesting and are always looking for new operators. The main thrust of the Society, however, has always been radio training.
After seeing this interview & seeing how Houston gave them the shotgun & sleek rifle last night, here's my assessment: 1 This beef is far from over. All of those politically correct answers given didn't equate to chemistry on the court.and his numbers were of Glad bag proportions.