Message issued on behalf of Chief Constable Simon Byrne - March 23
Everyone at Cheshire Constabulary is continuing to come terms with the devastating events that took place in London yesterday. We now know that a number of people have lost their lives in the incident – including one of our police colleagues – with many more seriously injured. Our thoughts continue to be very much with all those affected by this terrible, senseless incident and we stand united with our colleagues across the country in continuing to prevent and combat these acts of terror. I want to reassure you that, while there is no information to suggest there is a specific threat to Cheshire, we are doing everything in our power to ensure nothing like this occurs here. Over the coming days, you will see more officers on our streets. Please do not be alarmed by this – they are there to provide a visible presence and to reassure you that, although this incident took place on the other side of the country, we are remaining as vigilant as possible. I’d ask you again to be vigilant yourselves and report any concerns immediately, either via the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789321 or, in an emergency, dial 999.
Mill Opens 26th March 2017
The mill opens to the public on Sunday 26th March, then every Sunday and Bank Holiday afternoon until the end of October.
Over the winter the Mill has been undergoing one of the most difficult and structural changes since the1970s. The planks of the wheel have been replaced.
10 tonnes of wheel, 108 planks, 252 rusted bolts and 400 man hours of voluntary work. Click Here to read the whole story...
Walking For Health
Walking is a great way to explore, get fit and make friends.
Bunbury Walking for Health
20-90 min walks every WEDNESDAY
Meet at Bunbury Methodist Chapel at 10.15am
5 aside football
The over 30's mens football club are looking for new members, find out more about how you could be playing a game of social football on a Wednesday evening! All standards welcome.
Bunbury Parish Council - Highways Review
During the various surveys that were conducted for the Village Plan and the Neighbourhood Plan many residents expressed concern about speeding and the lack of parking in Bunbury. With both plans now fully adopted the Parish Council began to consider speeding and parking during the latter part of 2016. In order to gain some evidence about how much speeding there was and at what level, we asked Cheshire East Council Highways Department to arrange for speed monitoring equipment to be installed on Bunbury Lane, Vicarage Lane and School Lane... read more here.
The application for development of homes by Oak Gardens 16\2010N has been refused by Cheshire East. The refusal was on the grounds of co-location with the existing dwellings and the joint access. However the developer has appealed this decision, find out more here.
The Planning Inspectorate announced they have rejected the appeal by MacBryde Homes to build 52 homes on the land west of Bunbury Lane.
The plan had been rejected by the Parish Council and Cheshire East and The Inspectorate supported us in a 9-page summary for a number of reasons, but primarily the contradictions with the Neighbourhood Plan.
Thank you to all the residents who wrote and spoke on planning.
Advertise on the Website
With the current Sunday evening showing of the hit TV series Home Fires, which was filmed in Bunbury, we have record visitor numbers on the Bunbury Website. This is the chance for you to advertise and get an audience of thousands. All proceeds go to Bunbury Village Day.
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