Village facilities

The following is a list of facilities in the village, please contact them directly.

FacilityDescriptionContact details
The PavilionThe Pavilion is a traditional community building located on the playing fields, it is used for sporting events on the playing fields and is available for hire to both private individuals and to any group wishing to use it as a place to meet. There are toilets, changing rooms and a kitchen.Contact: Jeff Clarke 01829 262505 or email
Village HallThe Hall is currently used by a wide range of local groups and organisations and is an ideal venue for birthday and anniversary celebrations. In addition to the main hall and ante room there is a fully equipped meeting room for up to 10/12 people available for hire.Please contact Debbie Roberts on 07976 519332 or email:
Medical PracticeThe practice provides excellent medical services to patients in the rural community centred around Bunbury and outlying villages. They currently have just over 5000 patients, and dispense medication to about 4000 patients.
Address: Vicarage Lane, Bunbury, CW6 9PE
Call: 01829 260218
Click here for The Practice website
C of E Primary SchoolBunbury is a happy school where everyone matters. We aim to provide the very best education for all the children in our care, by contributing to their intellectual, physical, social, emotional and spiritual development.
Address: School lane, Bunbury, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 9NR
Tel: (01829) 260524 or 261332
Further details can be found on the school website here.
St Boniface ChurchA parish church at the heart of our communities, seeing God’s heart in everyone.
Our vision and purpose is shaped by the love of God and our care and concern is for all.
Sadlers Wells WoodsSadlers Wells Community Woodland  (“SWCW”) is a registered charity (No. 1105117) which was formed to acquire and manage approximately three acres of ancient semi-natural woodland known as Sadlers Wells Wood on the edge of the
Bunbury MillBunbury Mill is a beautifully restored water mill standing in two acres of wildlife rich countryside. Currently closed it hopes to open in 2022 but is available for private
Friends of Bunbury VillageThis site has its origin in the Lower Bunbury Action Group and the struggle to protect the village from unnecessary and unwanted speculative development. From the start the organization has always been interested in the whole life of the village and the ways in which we can support and promote its  well-being. This website is hopefully one way that process can be