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.
Unfortunately due to the increased Coronavirus risks the Chip Van will no longer be visiting Bunwell Village Hall. Hopefully this will resume in a few weeks time once the situation improves but watch this space for more information.
We are delighted to announce that the winners of the 2020 competition are as follows:
First Prize: Grahame Bartlett – The Shire, Bunwell Street.
Second Prize: Keith Moore – Bramleys, The Old Turnpike.
Spotter Prize: Jane Ford.
The main objective of the competition was to light up Bunwell after an extremely testing year and to recognise the great work of the NHS. This was certainly achieved and a huge thank you to everyone who took part in the competition but also to everyone else who put on such wonderful displays to make the drive through and around the village such a joy.
The Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Charity fund, which was so generously contributed to by the Scarecrow Competition donors was tipped over the £1000 mark, a fantastic achievement. The site is still open at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/bunwell-volunteers and any donations are gratefully received to support this wonderful local charity.
Keith Moore receiving the 2nd prize Bunwell Stores Voucher
Bunwell Parish Council with Bunwell Community website.