Asda Bury St Edmunds Asda Bury St Edmunds Superstore

Western Way,

Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3SP

Tel: 01284 733500
Opening times...
Monday 7am - Midnight
Tuesday 6am - Midnight
Wednesday 6am - Midnight
Thursday 6am - Midnight
Friday 6am - Midnight
Saturday Closes at 10pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm

For detailed service opening times within this store, click on the clock icon(s) shown in the 'At this store...' column.

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At this store...

Service information
  • PayPoint service available at this store. Need to pay bills, top-up your gas or electricity or get your TV license? Drop into store and pay simply and easily. If you're not sure whether you can pay at PayPoint, check your bill or talk to your provider. Other transactions are available – dependant on store.
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24 Hour
Disabled Facilities
Service information
  • Disabled car parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Braille services
  • Colleague assistance available
  • Push-along wheelchair available
  • Attachable trolleys
  • Electric scooter available
  • Wide checkout & portable chip / pin
  • Induction loop available
Service opening times Service information
Monday 8am - 11pm
Tuesday 7am - 11pm
Wednesday 7am - 11pm
Thursday 7am - 11pm
Friday 7am - 11pm
Saturday 7am - 10pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
Our Asda pharmacies don't just dispense prescriptions - we also offer health and wellbeing services that can save you a trip to the GP.
Petrol Station
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Music, Video & Games desk located on the ground floor at the front of the store
Grocery Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Drive Thru near the entrance of the car park
Baby Changing
Service information
  • The baby changing room is a vital part of the shopping experience and we aim to make it as pleasant as possible for you.
  • Asda Aces will check this room every hour for your convenience.
  • Items such as nappies and wipes may be available in the baby change room or at the Customer Service Desk.
  • Where space allows we have installed a toilet for parents within the room for a hassle free shopping trip and a chair so you can comfortably breast feed your baby.
  • Alternatively bottle-warming facilities and free baby food (with purchases over £1) are available in stores that have Cafes.
Home Shopping


  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Customer WC
  • Cafe

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Organic
  • Fish Counter
  • Pizza Counter
  • Bakery Counter
  • Ethnic Foods
  • Deli Counter
  • Food to Go
  • Bounty packs
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Welcome to Asda Bury St Edmunds

Hi, I'm Justin Pedley, the General Store Manager at Asda Bury St Edmunds. We have fantastic connections with our local community and are very proud to support charities, good causes and schools within it. I look forward to meeting you in store soon.

Resourceful colleagues at our Bury St Edmunds store have used a £50 donation to raise more than £5,000 for a local hospice.

Community Life Champion Michelle Frost and the rest of the Asda team won first place among 50 businesses who took part in 12-week accumulator challenge for St Nicholas Hospice.

Michelle accepts her award with GSM

The challenge was organised by Jacobs Allen accountants, who donated £50 each to 50 local businesses and asked them to host charity events using only the money given to raise funds for the hospice.

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An £8,000 Asda Foundation grant is helping to make sailing more accessible to disabled people.

CLC Michelle Frost helps open the new jetty

The grant has been used to build a new jetty, making it much easier to access boats at the St Edmundsbury Sailing and Canoeing Association (SESCA) near Bury St Edmunds.

The sailing club applied for a grant after seeing a tweet from Michelle Frost, the community life champion at our Bury St Edmunds store, advising local charities and good causes that grants were available as part of Asda’s 50th birthday celebrations.

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Community Retailer of the YearWe’re delighted to announce that we’ve been named as Community Retailer of the Year at the Retail Industry Awards for the third successive year.

The panel of judges were impressed by the impact our community-focused initiatives continue to have had on the local areas around our stores.

We were praised by the judges for an “exceptionally good” award submission that highlighted just how much work Asda undertake in the community.

“It blows away the myth that independents do community work better than multiples,” said one judge. Another member of the panel said its community work was in line with what Asda’s parent company, Wal-Mart, is doing in America “to get communities to embrace the company rather than pushing it away”.

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We’ve brought out 18 delicious new Italian ready meals that are simple to make, look fantastic and are packed full of flavour.

Chicken TrottoleBeef Papadelle

Creating an authentic Italian supper has never been so easy with the help of our new range. The great selection of meals includes Chicken Trottole, Beef Pappardelle, and Meatballs Bucatini.

With ingredients sourced from local regions, the meals offer a true taste of Italy.

At the heart of the new range is the signature ‘Just Like Mama Makes’ tomato sauce – a rich, flavoursome recipe exclusive to Asda.

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Ruth Scholefield is planning a year of celebrations in 2016. As well as celebrating her tenth wedding anniversary to husband Philip, her own 40th birthday and her son’s 18th she is also looking forward to passing another very special milestone.

Ruth Scholefield

On 6th September 2016 she will have been cancer-free for five years and will have beaten breast cancer … not once, but twice!

To celebrate, Ruth will be taking part in the Breast Cancer Care fashion show in London on 7th October as one of 32 models who have all had breast cancer. Fashion editor Hilary Alexander will be styling the models, who will all be wearing outfits from big name retailers including George at Asda.

Ruth was first diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2007, the day before her daughter’s second birthday – four days before Christmas. She had found a lump in her breast which turned out to be a harmless cyst but hiding behind that was a 4cm cancerous tumour.

“My world fell apart,” said Ruth. “Being told I had cancer was like having the ground ripped away from under me, it was a huge shock.”

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