Bungay is a historic and bustling market town situated in a loop of the beautiful river Waveney close to the Norfolk border.
The town supports a wealth of independent businesses, both unique and well stocked independent outlets, eateries, professional services as well as numerous trades and a vibrant events calendar throughout the year.
The town also boasts a mixture of historic buildings and places of interest including a Roman well, Saxon church, remains of a Norman castle, and Butter Cross. The town centre is dominated by the tower of St. Mary’s, said to be the site of one of East Anglia’s most enduring legends of Black Shuck the devil dog!
The town’s industrial employment sites comprise Southend Road as well as the key employer Clays.