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    • Barsham and Shipmeadow Village Hall is on the B1062 road between Beccles and Bungay. The hall was once the village school and has been serving local communities as a village hall since the 1960s and and is a venue for events for up to 60 people of all ages.

      Phone Number: 01502 471701

      Address: Bungay Road, Barsham and Shipmeadow, NR34 8HA

    • Bungay Museum will be opening during the winter months - every Saturday from 10am until 1pm. Established in 1963, Bungay Museum displays items relating to the heritage, society and businesses of the Suffolk town.

      Phone Number: 01986 894236

      Address: Broad Street, Bungay, NR35 1EE

      Website: https://bungaymuseum.co.uk/

    • First opened on 28th February 1828 with a performance of ‘The Belle’s Stratagem’. The theatre was one of thirteen designed and built across East Anglia by David Fisher, serving the circuit of Fisher’s company, ‘The Norfolk and Suffolk Company of Comedians’.Fisher’s company, which was to a great extent made up of members of his own talented family, would visit each theatre in turn for two months, putting on a series of highly professional productions. They would then move onto the next town in the circuit, returning two years later.The resurrection of this ‘house of entertainment’ has been a long story in itself. Bungay Arts and Theatre Society (BATS) was formed in 1995 by five local residents convinced that the town needed an Arts Centre, and that to establish one would also help regenerate this ancient market town.One of the latest addtions to the theatre - is the chance for youngsters to take part in free workshops on Saturdays.

      Phone Number: 01986 897130

      Address: 10 Broad Street, Bungay, NR35 1EE

      Website: https://fishertheatre.org/FisherTheatre.dll/Home

    • The River Waveney Trust is an environmental charity dedicated to improving and protecting the River Waveney, its tributaries and catchment, making it a better place for people and wildlife. Meandering towards the sea past Suffolk's market town's such as Bungay and Beccles, the river eventually reaches Breydon Water at Great Yarmouth. Proud to be part of the Rivers Trust movement, they are one of 60 local river trusts across the UK and Ireland. Volunteers are essential to us, they run the charity on a day to day basis and carry out practical conservation work in the catchment. We have four local groups who meet regularly and manage sites along the river for all to enjoy. More details about the Trust can be found here.

      Phone Number: 07903 243108

      Address: Waveney Heritage Centre, Grove Road, Diss, IP21 4JP

      Website: https://www.riverwaveneytrust.org/