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Bunbury is a beautiful and thriving village in Cheshire. This site provides local information on village clubs, pubs, the renowned Bunbury Village Day and much more.
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Supporting Village Day 2013
A Visitor’s Guide
Bunbury and the local area provides a wealth of fascinating attractions.
New Councillors are needed for Bunbury Parish Council - this is your chance.
The Sun Shone
The Children Played
The Circus Performed
The BBQ Sizzled
Bunbury is a beautiful and thriving Village in South Cheshire. It is surrounded by outstanding beauty and history, such as Beeston Castle and The Bunbury Mill.
The most important thing about Bunbury is its’ community spirit and the characters that make it a great place to live in and visit. More........
Car Boot Sale
Jubilee Playing Fields
23rd June 8am - 11am
We will be holding a Charity Car Boot sale in support of Bunbury’s Jubilee Playing Fields charity
This is a good opportunity for you to sell your unwanted items or find those items you can just not find in the shops...
We will be reporting back on the headline points that have arisen from our initial analysis of the questionnaires by way of a poster exhibition in the Pavilion on Village Day (15th June 2013). A great deal of data is being collated from the responses and will be used to make a more detailed presentation later in the year to fully inform everyone of the progress. Thank you once again to all those who responded and we will discuss the results with the village before a final plan is published.
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