Horringer School /West Suffolk Hospital /Cullum Rd & Newmarket Rd Bury St Edmunds

In Bury St Edmunds, Thomas Cullum on January 1, 2006 at 9:38 pm

12.45pm 5.4 miles in 41 minutes 45 seconds.

Weather: wet and drizzly

Ran with a bad cold, a bit of a kill or cure. Sometimes a bit of fresh air can help a cold, at least that is what I told myself.

Anyway I ran this loop in a good time. The run takes in Cadogan Road, Abbot Road up past Horringer School and along Hospital Road. I then turn up Vinery Road along Hardwick Road and past the Hospital. Back into town along Cullum Road up to Kings Road down Chalk lane and along Risbygate Street before returning to Cadogan Road.

My first run of the year and the weather has once again turned mild.

Cullum Road runs through some of Bury’s water meadows and is named after the Cullum family . Sir Thomas Cullum was a wealthy London draper who in the 17th century owned large parts of Hardwick and Hawstead.

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