Final weekend of Bungay’s summer festival

A previous antiques fair in Bungay. Picture: Denise Bradley.

A previous antiques fair in Bungay. Picture: Denise Bradley. - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

The two-week Bungay Festival comes to an end this weekend with a concert, and the popular antiques street fair.

The concert, at St Mary’s Church tomorrow evening sees three local choirs combine for Bona Kanto, an evening of sparkling a capella song. It features Joyful Voices, Local Vocals and Reynbirds, who will sing a programme of world roots, sacred songs, madrigals and contemporary folk. It is at 7pm, with tickets £8, available on the door.

The street fair runs from 9.30am to 4pm on Sunday, filling Earsham Street, the Butter Cross, Castle Bailey and St Mary’s Church with stalls, and will include a parade of chicken-themed hats.

The fair will be followed at 4pm by the festival closing ceremony at the castle.

The mystery ale trail taking in outlying pubs by coach leaves the Butter Cross at 6.45pm. Tickets are £10, including a buffet, and must be booked in advance at The Fleece.

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