This website is designed and maintained by volunteers for the benefit of all areas of the Bunwell Community. It's success depends on your contributions so if you would like to publicise news, events or a business please submit it to Lee Harper for publication. Additionally if you would like to regularily submit articles or maintain a page for a club for example let Lee Harper know and you can be given publishing access.
We are looking for compassionate and friendly people to join us as Health Goal Volunteers for the Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust in South of Norfolk. This exciting new role involves supporting patients to achieve a particular goal that will improve their health and wellbeing; for example, joining a group to pursue a hobby and to make new friends.
Volunteers will visit the client weekly for around 2-3 hours per week, for a period of 2-8 weeks, depending on the goal the individual would like to achieve. All volunteers will receive full training, including the opportunity to attend a 2 day course in Health Coaching, and ongoing support. This is a great opportunity to make a real difference to your local community.
Cllr Charles Easton has arranged for a Litter Pick in Bunwell on Saturday 28th April, meeting at 9.00am at the Village Hall. Please come along to help!
Residents are invited to Norfolk County Council's second roadshow event in Diss, South Norfolk, where they will be able to hear about the council's suggestions for the future, ask questions and offer their ideas and aspirations for the county.
Are you a community group looking for funding? South Norfolk Council has Community Action Fund grants available from £1,000-£15,000 to support projects and initiatives that benefit local people.
Last year the Council funded a range of projects including play equipment at Breckland Park in Costessey, an automatic watering system at Wortwell Bowls Club and a trailer for Norfolk Knights Wheelchair Rugby Team.
If you would like to apply for funding, please contact your local district councillor, who will apply to the Community Action Fund for you.
The next Community Action Fund panel will be held on Thursday 31 May.
For more information on the Fund and all the Council’s community grants, please visit the Council’s website www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/residents/communities/community-grants
Are you looking to try something new? Pop along to the mobile library on a Tuesday 4 weekly and enjoy the convenience of having your books brought to you.
With longer loan periods and no charges for overdue books, take full advantage of the mobile library by reserving you books, for a 60p charge, online or on the library. Snuggle up with a romance, or keep a light on with a thriller; there are plenty for you to choose from, such as: large print, audio tapes, children’s books, fiction and non-fiction.
Bring along your library card or sign up on the mobile to be able to start your mobile reading journey.
The current stops are:
· 12:30 – 12:45: Bunwell Stores
· 12:50 – 13:05: Old Chapel
· 15:15 – 15:40: Village Hall
Next visiting on the 20th February and thereafter: 20th March, 17th April, 15th May, 12th June and 10th July – where will your next adventure take you?