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  • 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.
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Latest News & Events

RIDER-HAGGARD CELEBRATION

Thursday 14th May.Victorian Haggard talk SORRY - This event postponed until later in the year

DAFFODIL DAY CRAFT AND COUNTRY FAYRE

Langley School Loddon on May 10th - click here

SPRING GARDEN MARKET 2015

Earsham Street May 17th from 9.00am

NON JE NE REGRETTE RIEN

Tribute to Edith Piaf at the Fisher Theatre 27th May - click here

BUSINESS IN BUNGAY

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

TOWN RECORDER

Introducing Andrew Atterwill, Town Recorder - click to view.

 

 


HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

The first on our series of our main churches is Holy Trinity Church and we are once again indebted to Andy Atterwill for excellent photos including inside the church. Click here to view

LOCAL WALKS

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

BEAUTIFUL BUNGAY

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

Gallery

Bungay luxury bed and breakfast

Castle View