Photo gallery: Crowds gather in Bungay as two-week festival comes to an end

18:18 27 July 2014

Bungay Festival: musical afternoon on the castle meadow.
Rumburgh Morris performing in front of the castle.

Picture: James Bass

Bungay Festival: musical afternoon on the castle meadow. Rumburgh Morris performing in front of the castle. Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk © 2014

The annual Bungay summer festival has come to a close following two weeks of events and activities.


The festival ended on a high note today with music from the Breckland Brass Band and a performance from the Rumburgh Morris Dancers.

The musical afternoon was followed by a closing ceremony with the lowering of the Bigod flag at Bungay Castle.

The festival, which kicked off on July 12 with a children’s fun day and concert by The Norwich Mozart Orchestra, included two weeks of exhibitions, sports, tours, concerts, talks and children’s events, providing entertainment for residents and visitors alike.

Keith Parker, chairman of the festival committee, said that Bungay festival had celebrated the diverse activities that the town’s many clubs and organisations have to offer for around 30 years, and this year’s festival included the usual mixture of fun and learning.

• Don’t miss tomorrow’s EDP for a 12-page picture special, featuring the best of Norfolk and north Suffolk’s weekend events.



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