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Views of Bunbury
The village of Bunbury lies at the western edge of the Cheshire Plain some 3 miles from Tarporley and 12 miles south east of the city of Chester. Little is known of its history prior to the Norman Conquest but it is generally accepted that the name is of Saxon origin and it is thought that there was a Christian place of worship on the site of the present parish church long before 1066. Read more about our history…
Calendar of events
Garden Club monthly meeting. Details to be announced.
Walks adapted to suit all abilities from 30mins flat walk up to 90mins around the Bunbury countryside.
For more details contact:
Lesley Arrowsmith: Les.email@example.com
Cate Gregory 01270 528202 or Jim Walker 01829 261227
Social badminton. Adults 16+, everyone welcome.
We play doubles picking teams from those who are there on the night, all levels welcome.
We go to the Nags Head after for a drink and the pub lays on free chips!
Comedy Night – Bunbury Village Hall – Friday 13th October
Following the success of the first comedy night 2 years ago, Bunbury Cricket Club are holding another evening of Comedy, this time with a curry followed by another selection of excellent cheeses from the Chester Cheese Shop.
We have 3 top quality acts – Justin Moorhouse, Raymond Means and compere for the night is Javier Jarquin – see http://iwantacomedynight.com/comedy-clubs/comedy-bunbury-cricket-club/ for more details. Doors open at 7pm, food served from 7.30pm and first act at 8.30pm
We hope you can join us for an entertaining and funny night
Bunbury British Legion Needs Your Help
The Bunbury branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) needs you to do is give up a little time to support the branch in their activities. The age of many of our members is such that they need to take things a little more easy. This has left a gap in the office-holders of our Branch, some of whom are mandatory to any branch of the RBL. So the worst case scenario if we can’t fill the posts is that we may not be able to carry on as an independent branch of the RBL.
We urgently need a Poppy Appeal Co-ordinator. We are also actively trying to get volunteers to become Honorary Secretary and Vice Chairman.
I cannot stress enough the important work that the Royal British Legion do in our village, locally and nationally. Some un-recognised work is ensuring that the young in our community understand the need to remember those who gave up their lives so that we can all live in a free society. Without a local Branch, work with the young and the annual act of remembrance on Remembrance Sunday will clearly suffer.
To volunteer to help the Bunbury Branch of the Royal British Legion you do not have to be ex-military – just have a wish to help us survive and carry on serving our community.
If you would like to get involved please see more….
Bus Services to Bunbury
Due to cost efficiency savings Cheshire East are reviewing subsidies which may affect routes 56 and 83 which currently serve Bunbury.
Find out more here.
The Bunbury Village Day Annual General Meeting is being held at the Nags Head Bunbury on 4th October 2017 at 7.30pm. Please come along to get help make Village Day 2018 better than ever, find out more here.