We are looking for people to help maintain the website, it is in WordPress and anyone who can edit a Word document could do this, training is available – no need to be scared! We would like to have a team of people to help so please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange an informal chat/meeting. Anything from 1 hour a month would be helpful! Thanks
Fresh fish every week!
Mathew from Ocean Wave delivers fresh fish each and every Thursday, stopping outside the Nags Head from 15.45-16.15.
Bunbury Village Website
Bunbury website is a community run website aimed at publicising local events and facilities.
If you have an event or a club you want us publicise, then please let us know. Please email us with comments or requests for new content.
The Jubilee Pavilion
The Parish Council are working on options to refurbish/redevelop the Pavilion, find out more here.
The village has 2 defibrillators, one outside the Village Hall and one at the Pavilion. When you access the defibrillator it talks you through what to do in an emergency.
The previous indoor defibrillator at the Nags Head will move to the Dysart after Lockdown, but will only be available during opening hours. Thanks to both pubs for hosting this.
Bunbury Parish Council
For more information on the Parish Council please click here.
Cheshire East Council
Bunbury is part of Cheshire East Council and is run by a coalition of Labour and Independent councillors. There is a lot of useful information on their website.
Bunbury Village Day – 26 June
Thank you to everyone who came on Saturday, a thoroughly enjoyable event with great weather! Just one of the many messages sent to the organisers: Absolutely fantastic day, well managed, everyone enjoyed themselves but at the same time adhered to the rules, lovely to see the children playing in the sunshine, well done to the organisers, first class job.
Thank you – BVD Committee.
Views from around the village
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
We will reinstate classes, events and club information as they restart.