The Bunting Society Gathering 2006
05:08PM BST - Thursday, 20 April 2006
Contributed by: Prue James
After much debate we have arranged for our 2006 Annual Gathering to return to Suffolk. It will be a one-day event on Saturday 14 October 2006 and the venue will be Alpheton Village Hall.
We plan to have our Bunting records available, and there will be time for your own Bunting research. Morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea will be included as usual. There will be speakers and a brief AGM. The cost per person will be ?10. Members and non-members are all welcome to attend.
The tour of Tissington Hall last year was very popular and so successful that we are again planning an excursion in the afternoon. It will take the form of a tour around nearby Lavenham, a mediaeval wool town, famous in the Middle Ages for its widely exported blue cloth, as well as being a nationally important industrial centre.
For those from further afield there is a wide choice of Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the area and details will be available. We hope to be able to help with transport from train or bus routes.
We're hoping for a good response from you! Make a note in your diary, book your place on this day which should be very enjoyable and we will see you in October.
Full details and an application form have been sent to Society Members in April with the Journal.
A copy of the form is available here to book your place at Alpheton.