• Waveney
    Early morning on the River Waveney.
  • Castle
    The towers of Bungay Castle.
  • River Waveney
    Tranquility on the River Waveney.
  • Street Market
    Bungay's street fairs are always popular and full of interest.
  • Waveney View
    Bungay has many attractive walks in and around the town and by the river.
An attractive and thriving market town situated in a loop of the beautiful river Waveney, Bungay boasts many historic attractions including the ruins of Bigod's Castle, the ancient Buttercross - where a market is held each Thursday, and the old Borough well. Explore the Bungay website and better still, come and enjoy Bungay, the river Waveney and the nearby villages.


It is a registered charity set up in 2012 as a direct response to the need for a community group to support the library and raise funds for further development. There are reading groups, computer courses and groups for babies and toddlers. Click here for more details


This beautiful water meadow currently provides the only remaining riverside green area in Bungay with a public right of way. Click here for more details


Earsham Street Café
Whilst enjoying something to eat at Earsham Street Café you can take advantage of some walks around the area thanks to a leaflet prepared by proprietor Keith Parker. In fact as all walks start from and end at the Café you can enjoy refreshments before and after. For full details click here


Click on the image below to see more stunning photos by Andrew Atterwill ©



The Bungay and District Chamber of Trade and Commerce website. Click here to find out more


Introducing Andrew Atterwill, Town Recorder - click to view.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - only 2 hours per week. Click here for details


Adrian Bell & Sir Alfred Munnings -A Waveney Valley Friendship

St Mary’s Church, Bungay 23rd September - 1st October 2016

Fri 23rd Sept- 7.30pm.Exhibition Preview & Buffet reception- Guest Speaker Martin Bell OBE, “Memories of my Father” All welcome. Tickets costing £10 should be purchased beforehand by telephoning 01986 893133
Sat 24th Sept- 2pm-3.30. Guided Alfred Munnings & Mendham walk including admission to Mendham Mill his birthplace. Tickets £5. Tel 07415 168806
Sun 25th Sept – 2.30pm. Readings from Adrian Bell’s writings & Sir Alfred Munnings’ memoirs. Tickets £5 to include refreshments can be purchased by telephoning 01986 893133 or purchased at the door on the day
Sat 24th Sept to Sat 1st Oct- 10am until 4pm the exhibition will be open.
(except Sunday when it closes at 2pm)

Admission is free but donations will be welcome


Full details of what is on at the Fisher Theaatre can be seen on their website - click here

The River Waveney

Click here to see photos taken by award winning Andy Atterwill

Bungay luxury bed and breakfast

Castle View