Synonyms for bungay or Related words with bungay

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Examples of "bungay"
Royal Air Force Bungay or more simply RAF Bungay (known locally as Flixton) is a former Royal Air Force station located south-west of Bungay, Suffolk, England.
Bungay Castle is in the town of Bungay, Suffolk by the River Waveney.
John Charles Winter was born on 19 June 1923 in Bungay, Suffolk. He was educated at Bungay Grammar School
The Pima Air & Space Museum as of 2013 has a Liberator N7866 with nose art "Bungay Buckaroo" related to the 446th Bomb Group stationed at Bungay in 1944.
Bungay may owe his magical reputation to a separate Friar Bungay, who seems to have been a magician in the 15th century.
Bungay High School is a mixed-sex secondary school with academy status in the town of Bungay in the north of the English county of Suffolk. It caters for children aged 11 to 18. The school was founded as Bungay Grammar School in 1565 and became Bungay High School in 1974. It occupies a site on the Queens Road site to the south of the town centre.
Edwards was born in Monmouthshire in 1777. Early in the nineteenth century he went to Bungay, Suffolk, to engrave portraits and illustrations for the Bible, "Pilgrim's Progress", and similar works published by the Bungay printer Charles Brightly. He left Bungay after Brightly's death, but eventually returned and settled there until his death on 22 August 1855. He was buried in the cemetery of Holy Trinity, Bungay.
Bungay is a town in Suffolk, East Anglia, England.
"Bungay Station: Killed on the Railway" – (Unknown Date)
Reports what probably the first accident on the Bungay/Beccles Section. On the 4:50pm Bungay–Beccles train "When going over the bridge on the Bungay side of the factory, the engine lost the metals, dragging with it eleven tracks and two Passenger Cars for about seventy yards, when it ran off the embankment with some of the coaches."
The railway arrived with the Harleston to Bungay section of the Waveney Valley Line opening in November 1860 and the Bungay to Beccles section in March 1863. Bungay had its own railway station near Clay's Printers. The station closed to passengers in 1953 and freight in 1964.
Bungay Town Football Club is an English football club based in Bungay, Suffolk. The club are currently members of Anglian Combination Division One and play at the Maltings Meadow Sports Ground.
As it opened in stages the line closed in stages. The Bungay - Harleston section closed in late 1960 but freight between Bungay and Beccles lingered on until August 1964.
Childs died at Bungay on 12 August 1853, in his seventieth year.
Photographic evidence shows the following classes of engine worked through Bungay station.
Restoration work on the castle began in 1934, following work by the amateur archaeologist Leonard Cane. The curtain walls and the twin towers of the gatehouse remain today, as well as a fragment of the keep. Bungay Castle was given to the town of Bungay by the Duke of Norfolk in 1987, and is now owned by the Bungay Castle Trust. The castle is a Grade I listed building.
The Hall is about northwest of Ditchingham off the B1332 road between Bungay, Suffolk and Norwich.
Bungay serves a similar sidekick role in "Doctor Mirabilis", James Blish's fictional biography of Roger Bacon.
From 1960 the line was split into sections – Tivetshall to Harleston and Beccles to Bungay.
Sir Donald Keith Falkner died at Bungay, Suffolk, aged 94, in 1994.