Dear Road Users,
You may have seen me in recent weeks walking my young horse up Bunwell Street and around our lanes, trying to get her used to everything she is likely to encounter on our roads – a process that will take many months, probably years. I try to be as conspicuous as I can – I wear a hi-vis jacket with “Caution – Young Horse” on the back, and on all but the hottest, sunniest days, she wears a hi-vis rug. I get off the road onto the verge when it isn’t wide enough for a vehicle to pass safely, and I thank drivers for slowing down for us.
Dear Road Users,
Chef Melanie Sinclair presents a
Saturday 27th September, 7-9pm
Bunwell Village Hall, The Turnpike, NR16 1SW
As discussed at the Parish Council Meeting in July, the Councillors’ would like to involve the Bunwell parishioners in prioritising projects in the village, and suggesting alternatives. The August Parish Magazine contained a questionnaire for completion. As we know some homes do not have the Parish Magazine delivered please click here to download the Parish Questionnaire or go to the Parish Council, Documents section and return it to Bunwell Stores, the results will be discussed at the October Parish Meeting.
On Friday 4th July from 7-pm we will be having a barbecue and fundraising evening. We would like to invite parents and current year 6's along to this evening.
We shall be having fun and mayhem and shall be challenging the young people and parents to some wacky races. Come dressed for action, there will be prizes to be won.
There will be a barbecue for all, with hot dogs and burgers for purchase. our normal tuck shop and ice-creams will also be available.
Also on this evening we hope to fit in a very short AGM. This part of the evening will be kept to the bare minimum but will include a report from the chairman and a report on the groups financial situation.
we would like to invite current year 6's along to Dropzone with their parents for a taster session