Community Groups

Black Dog Judo Club

Location: The Dojo, The Chaucer Club, Chaucer Street, Bungay

Telephone: 0754 4739281

Bungay Camera Club

You don’t need expensive equipment to join Bungay Camera Club. You can take your photographs on a phone, a point-and-shoot camera, a DSLR or any other type of photography device.  All you need is an enthusiasm for making images, for sharing and discussing them with others, and for improving your own photography skills (with their help, if you need it).

Website: www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk

Black Dog Running Club

Situated centrally on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, they encourage all abilities to join. They are much more than just a running club – in fact (since 2013) they are also an affiliated triathlon club, and in 2015 joined the cycling time trials association, and with social activities featuring strongly on the club calendar, there’s something for everyone!

Website: www.bungayblackdogrunningclub.co.uk

Fisher Youth Theatre Group

It is difficult to imagine life in the area without the vibrant fisher theatre. It’s at the heart of the community, providing an unusually broad programme of arts events, and has won a number of awards. The high-tech design features impress audience and performers alike, and yet the Georgian heritage is preserved and cherished.

Website: www.fishertheatre.org

Bungay Town Football Club

A local football club open to adults and youths aged 5 – 18.

Website: www.maltingspavilion.com/football

Suffolk Young Farmers

An organisation where young farmers in Suffolk can meet, along with organising local country fairs.

Website: www.suffolkyoungfarmers.com

Suffolk Beekeepers' Association

The Association is a thriving community of over 700 beekeepers. Regular indoor meetings are held at Kesgrave, Barsham and Bury St Edmunds with practical apiary meetings, social gatherings and events at other locations in the county during the year.

Website: www.suffolkbeekeepers.co.uk

Bungay Flower Club

Telephone: 01986 948506

Contact Name: Sheila Cooper

Email: Sheila_cooper@yahoo.co.uk

Bungay Tennis Club

We are a small and friendly club catering for a range of abilities,and ages.

Website: www.maltingspavilion.com/tennis

Bungay Choral Society

The Society which currently has around 50 members, meets every Wednesday in the rear function room of Emmanuel Church at 19:15. Their objective is “to firstly” enjoy music then to advance, improve, develop and maintain public education in choral music by the study and performance of choral works in the town and district”. In 2012 the Society gained registered charity status. The Society is affiliated to Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies.

Website: www.bungaychoral.co.uk

Fisher Arts and Social Club

Facebook: Fisher Arts and Social Club

Twitter: @fisherartsandsocialclub

Telephone: 0788 9583334

Ditchingham Men’s Shed

A community-based, non-profit, non-commercial organization that is accessible to men (mainly, but not exclusively) and whose primary activity is the provision of a safe and friendly environment where members are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace in their own time in the company of others.

Telephone: 01502 679063

Website: www.ditchinghamshed.org

Email: jgdean@hotmail.com

Waveney Bird Club

The Waveney bird club is the friendly club for birdwatchers in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Website: www.waveneybirdclub.com

Email: rwallers@waitrose.com