Clubs and Societies

The following is a list of clubs and societies in the the Village, please contact them directly. If you wish to advertise a new activity please email contact@bunburyvillage.info, listings are free.

ClubContactVenueInformation
BadmintonEmail Michael GregoryVillage HallSocial badminton, Thursday evenings 7.30pm to 9.00pm. Currently full but contact us to go on waiting list.
Bowls ClubDave Evans. Mobile: 07860 479030Jubilee Playing fieldsWe are friendly group who meet on a regular basis all the year round at the Pavilion Bunbury Playing Fields. We are always looking for new ‘talent‘ add to the membership of the club. We have both indoor and outdoor facilities so operate all year. Any age welcome from junior to senior.
Cricket ClubWebsiteSchool LaneBoth the junior and senior teams are keen to attract new members to the club and everyone is always welcome at the clubhouse for home games and the very sociable Thursday night junior training. Membership and fixture information is available at the clubhouse.
Bunbury MountaineersWebsiten/aWe are a local group formed in 2004, most of the trips involve walking in North Wales/Peaks/Lakes/Scotland we do sometimes opt for scrambling routes for the less faint hearted. We also have trips abroad and have been to the Dolomites in Italy and Braincon in France to climb the excellent Via Ferratas. We have a one day trip a month on a Saturday or Sunday and also for the unwaged/retired a trip on the last Friday of each month and the group meets once a month to plan and organise ourselves, this is carried out over a beer or two in the Dysart Arms.
For new comers the first walk is free, after which the first years Membership is £20 and £10 per year there after, all proceeds are used for the benefit of Members and we also support Mountain Rescue.
Bunbury SingersWebsiteSchoolBunbury Singers is a mixed community choir, whose members have a love of singing and enjoy meeting peiple and having a good time! We started the new term with a new Musical Director – Cath Shaw.  We are delighted to welcome Cath and to have her leading us, especially as she has many exciting ideas for our future rehearsals and performances.
Bunbury Tennis ClubWebsiteJubilee Playing FieldsWe are a friendly Club with great facilities and low cost of Membership. We are always on the look out for new Members of all abilities Located at Jubilee Playing Fields the Club offers two of the best hard courts in Cheshire, including floodlights and a clubhouse with kitchen and welfare facilities.
Bunbury Women’s InstituteSue Watson. 01829 260 642PavilionDuring non-Covid times Bunbury W.I. meets at 7.30pm on the 2nd Thursday of every month in the Playing Fields Pavilion with a talk or demonstration, some brief WI business and refreshments prepared by Members.
Bunbury Youth FootballWebsiteJubilee Playing FieldsContact the Club for the latest news
Early BirdsWebsiteSchoolEarly Birds Pre-School offers children a warm, nurturing and fun setting to achieve the very best from their pre-school years.
Garden ClubEmail Mike Bourne on mjbourne249@tiscali.co.ukVillage HallThe Garden Club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month except November.
Nags Head Football VetsNags Head PubJubilee Playing FieldsThe Nags Head Bunbury Vets FC play at the Jubilee Playing Field on Sunday mornings, they play in the Chester and Wirral Football League.
Over 30’s 5-aside footballBob Harris on 07720 866504Malbank School, Nantwich5 aside for the over 30’s! A group of men from in and around Bunbury play 5-aside football on Wednesday evenings. We play indoors at Malbank School in Nantwich, 8.00pm to 9.15pm but typically share lifts from Bunbury.
Royal British LegionIf you wish to get involved please Email Lesley Davies.VariousFor most people, the Royal British Legion is inextricably linked to the annual Poppy Appeal but the Legion is far more than a once a year event. It exists beyond the Appeal to provide support for former and serving members of this nation’s Armed Forces and it aims to help, in one way or another, around 500,000 people each year.
ScoutsWebsiteJubilee Playing FieldsBeavers, Cubs and Scouts
YogaCall Jacqui on
07809 110 862
Village HallTuesday: 9-10.15am Men (all ages and ability)
Friday: 9.15-10.30am Morning Flow. (Adv beginner/intermediate)
Friday: 10.45 -12noon Gentle Flow. (Beginner/Adv beginner)
Yoga for all ages and abilities in a friendly relaxed atmosphere.
Private classes and Zoom available.
YogaWebsiteDarkie MeadowKate Keltie offers Yoga Classes in Darkie Meadow