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all-hallows

All Hallows Convent

The Community of All Hallows is an Anglican Religious Order situated on the outskirts of the village of Ditchingham, Norfolk near the historic town of Bungay, Suffolk and provides guidance and spiritual direction to those who ask and offers led Christian retreats and quiet days to individuals and small groups alike throughout the year.

 www.all-hallows.org

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Care Quality Commission

Our job is to make sure that care provided by hospitals, dentists, ambulances, care homes and services in people’s own homes and elsewhere meets national standards of quality and safety and we share our findings with the public.

www.cqc.org.uk

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The Harmony Centre

The Harmony Centre is an internationally renowned centre for healing, learning, research and personal development in harmony with the spirit of nature and humanity which addresses the problems and demands of the modern world, at home and at work. The Centre offers treatment rooms, workshop and meeting facilities, all set in tranquil surroundings.

www.theharmonycentre.com

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One Certainty

One Certainty is a secure haven where you can store all of your personal wishes, happiest memories, and messages for your loved ones. From service arrangements to letters and videos, it is a thoughtful way to give love and support to your family and friends at their time of sadness.

www.onecertainty.com

bungayBungay Suffolk
The website for the town closest to Ditchingham. Bungay is an attractive and thriving market town situated in a loop of the beautiful river Waveney, Bungay boasts many historic attractions including the ruins of Bigod’s Castle and the ancient Buttercross.

www.bungay-suffolk.co.uk

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Bungay Medical Centre

Website for the town’s medical centre with information on all the surgeries and services that are available, help to treat minor ailments and details of the support groups.

www.bungaymedical.co.uk

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Bungay Area Community Transport

Provides transport for people living in Beccles, Bungay and surrounding villages to whom other forms of public transport are not easily available. The majority of journeys undertaken are for transporting passengers to medical services and day centres on behalf of the local authorities, but many others are for shopping, family visits and similar.

www.bbact.co.uk