Clubs & Societies in Bungay

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Bungay Flower Club

 

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Contact
Chair, Derinda Starling 01986 781727
Pat Wong (Hon. Secretary) 01986 893893

The Flower Club is kept busy with members doing various events, crafts and visits around the area to other flower clubs. There is also a luncheon and supper club which includes outings to various places of interest and there are classes and workshops during the year.

There is also a Members Evening, when something special is arranged, involving members producing arrangements and the visiting demonstrator judges their efforts.

New members are always welcome.

Flower Club

The Probus Club of Bungay

Secretary: Alan Townsend
Tel: 01502 710287

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Although Probus Clubs are now International each Club is autonomous and there is no national body as such.

The Probus Clubs are for retired and semi retired folk. From our Constitution, the objects are:

To provide and encourage social contacts and fellowship among the members on a non-sectarian and non political basis.

The Probus Club of Bungay meets at Mettingham Village Hall, (on the Bungay to Beccles Road B1062) on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 10.15 am. The meeting consists of coffee and chat, a small amount of business and a talk from a member or a visiting speaker. When there is a fifth Wednesday in the month there is an outing of some sort with the ladies.

Probus Club

Bungay Choral Society


www.bungaychoral.com


The Bungay Choral Society currently has around 50 members, and meets on a Wednesday in the rooms at the rear of Emmanuel Church at 7.15pm. The objective is to firstly enjoy your music and also to improve and develop it, culminating in two performances of choral works, one in May and of course Christmas. For more information please visit our website.

The Society is managed by a committee of about 11 people and the conductor is Jason Collins.

Choral Society

Bungay Army Cadets

Community Centre Upper Olland Street Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1BE
Tel: 01728 833991

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Army Cadets Website

For action and adventure, fun and friendship, the Army Cadet Force is hard to beat. With around 46,000 cadets (aged 12-18) and 8,500 adult volunteers in 1,700 locations in every corner of the United Kingdom, the ACF is one of the country’s largest voluntary youth organisations. We welcome boys and girls from the age of 12 (and in at least year eight at school), of all abilities and backgrounds, and through a broad range of exciting, challenging, educational and adventurous activities.

Army Cadet Force

Bungay Area Lions Club

Meets at :
Royal British Legion Club
7 Priory Lane
Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1DB

Telephone: 0845 833 5082

Email: bungaylionsdawn@gmail.com

Website: www.bungaylions.org.uk


Over 1.3 million ordinary men and women in over 205 countries meet in Lions Clubs to have some fun and help those less fortunate than themselves.

Bungay Area Lions Club meetings are held at 8pm on the 2nd & 4th Thursday each month at the Royal British Legion Club, 7 Priory Lane, Bungay, NR35 1DB. New faces always welcome.

We organise regular fund-raising events in the Bungay area, so please show us your support! For membership details, contact Chriss Spooner on 0845 833 5082.

Lions International

Waveney Bird Club

www.waveneybirdclub.com


If you are keen on birdwatching, are interested in preserving a unique environment or simply have an interest in nature, then this is the club for you!

You can get involved and contribute in a range of exciting ways. Take a look at our events and our special projects.

A very active club with field trips locally and also further afield in the UK and abroad (recent club trips include Poland, Estonia and in 2012, Madeira) as well as a wide range of indoor talks and social events.

Waveney Bird Club

Pulham Orchestra

www.pvo.org.uk


 A lively community orchestra where professional and amateur musicians meet to make music in a friendly environment.

From its beginnings in 1981, The Pulham Orchestra has grown to a membership of around forty drawn from a wide geographical area along the length of the river Waveney and beyond.  Its Musical Director Margery Baker is a professional conductor with a lifetime’s focus on making music fun.

The orchestra is open to all local players, although you do need some sight-reading ability.

Pulham Orchestra

Association of the Friends of All Hallows

www.all-hallows.org.uk/general/friends.asp


The Association of Friends of All Hallows Hospital Supporting All Hallows Healthcare Trust was formed to raise funds and provide donations to the Trust to enhance the fabric of the building and for equipment to enhance the patients stay.

The Friends have some 150 members with a committee of 18 five of which are executive members, the Town Reeve of Bungay as President during his or her term of office and Harald Pulford as Honorary Life President.

The Friends have eight meetings a year plus an Annual General Meeting in May and an annual Newsletter is issued. They hold three major events each year: the Garden Party in the Hospital grounds, a Musical Evening and a Christmas Bazaar as well as a range of other smaller events. If you are interested in joining the group of Friends please click here for an application form.

We also have a small group of Friends who focus on organising events at the Nursing Home. If you are interested in joining them please contact the Nursing Home.

Friends of All Hallows

Black dog arts


www.blackdogarts.org

Black Dog Arts aims to develop art and craft in the Bungay area. We are a volunteer run organisation, formed in August 2007.

Membership is open to anyone who supports our aim. The 100 or so members range from professional artists, art teachers and students, to amateurs and enthusiasts.

We hold workshops, talks and exhibitions in response to members' interests and requests. We offer mutual support and networking to people living in this rural area through our programme of activities

Horticultural Society

The Bungay Society

Secretary: Martin Evans
Tel: 01986 893563

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The Society was founded in November 1971 with the following aims:

  • To stimulate interest in the town of Bungay and it's surrounding area.
  • To promote high standards of planning and architecture.
  • To secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic and public interest.

The Society meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7.30pm for lectures in the Community Centre, recess for outings in July and August


Bungay Rotary Club

Secretary: Roger Allen
Tel: 01986 893928

Rotary is the largest service organisation for business and professional people with some 1,180,000 members operating in 163 countries world-wide.

In Great Britain and Ireland there are over 59,000 Rotarians in 1,816 clubs, helping those in need and working towards world understanding and peace.

We meet primarily on Tuesday lunch-times at 12.45 pm (no meetings following Christmas, Easter, Spring and Bank Holidays). We have some evening meetings at 6pm, occasionally at 7.30pm inviting wives and partners.

Please ring Secretary to confirm. We meet at the Fleece Hotel, 8-10 St Mary's Street, Bungay, NR35 1AF. Tel: 01986 892192. Visiting Rotarians are welcome.

Rotary Club

Bungay Camera Club

Meetings held at;
Broome Village Hall, Sun Road, Broome,
Nr Bungay NR35 2RW

www.bungaycameraclub.org.uk

The Bungay Camera Club was formed in 1957 and normally holds meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 7:30pm. The aims of the Bungay Camera Club are to encourage the art of photography in all its forms.

Competitions are held for black and white, colour transparancies and colour prints. The club welcomes visitors to their meetings. People of all levels of photography are welcome.

Potential new members can come to their first 3 meetings free.

Camera Club