Many years ago I was in an electric folk band (touch of the Fairport Convention / Steeleye Span!) One of our songs concerned Sir Hugh Bigod and his feud with the King, and included the lines:
"Were I in my castle of Bungay, upon the River Waveney,
I would not care for the King of Cockney,
Nor all his finery!"
Despite having lived in Norfolk for over 45 years, and having visited Bungay on a number of occasions, I've never managed to find the castle: today I did!
I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the Quality Street tin in picture 3 was designed by my old blues harp playing comrade Garth Coupland: if not, it's very similar to one I know he produced!