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
Open only Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday 10am – 4pm until Sept 4th
Cost: £5 adults, £4 for members of Waveney & Blyth Arts and River Waveney Trust. Under 18s free. Booking not necessary.
Venue River Waveney Study Centre (former Otter Trust), Old Harleston Road, Earsham, NR35 2AF Click here for details.
10th September - Annual Garden Party at All Hallows Hospital - Bigger and Better than ever
Various dates for tours of Earsham Hall from Invitation to View - click here
Full details of what is on at the Fisher Theaatre can be seen on their website - click here
Click here to see photos taken by award winning Andy Atterwill