Our Impressions of Ram Meadow
This ground is located in the beautiful floral town of Bury St Edmunds, and is very close to the excellent Abbey Gardens. If you arrive early, then it's well worth having a look around this small market town centre, or the
The ground is located beside the main town car park and so provides ample parking for spectators. Ram Meadow has cover on all 4 sides of the ground with 5 steps of terracing behind each goal and 2 stands with seating adjacent to both touch lines. The clubhouse is open on match days with Greene King beers available while hot refreshments are provided by a local fast food specialist.
At the time of writing negotiations [August 2003] between the local council and Bury Town FC are going ahead over a move to a new stadium, in saying that many visitors to Ram Meadow comment on the attractive setting of the club and the warm welcome given to visiting clubs. With a possible new stadium in the next few years a visit to Ram Meadow is well worth it.
Directions to Ram Meadow
Exit the A14 at the Bury St. Edmunds central junction and follow the signs for 'Historic Bury St. Edmunds'. At traffic lights turn left, into Mustow Street. Continue along Mustow Street, following the signs for the long stay car park. Turn left into Cotton Lane (...still following the sign for Car park), and then right into Ram Meadow Car Park. The ground is along the left hand side of this car park.
Local Area around Ram Meadow
This ground is next to the Ram Meadow car park, so parking is not usually a problem. Ram Meadow car park has spaces for around 400 spaces.
If you follow the
then the most accessible cash point machine is at the Tesco's superstore, located on the roundabout at the Bury Central junction. All the high street banks are located in the town centre, and are not easily accessible.