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Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal 2020


As a result of the Covid 19 pandemic, the 2020 Poppy appeal will be different to previous years.

The British Legion have advised there will be no door-to-door collections this year. 

You will still be able to buy your poppy in Bunwell Stores or Day’s Garage, or you can make donations online or do your own fundraising with family and friends. 

Further details of how you can support the Appeal can be found online at: 


So despite this year’s restrictions, the British Legion is calling on the public to take part and wear their poppies with pride to make sure the Appeal is as successful as always and can continue to help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. 

Planning & Development in Bunwell

Earlier this year Bunwell Parish Council established the Bunwell Planning Development Group comprising four lay volunteers and four parish councillors. The group is preparing recommendations for the Parish Council’s response to The Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP).

The GNLP is being jointly produced by South Norfolk, Broadland District and Norwich City Councils in partnership with Norfolk County Council. The GNLP "aim[s] to produce a plan which will help to meet local housing and economic growth needs, whilst also protecting and enhancing the environment" for the period 2026 to 2038.

The group is working on a suggested parish council response to the GNLP with the aim of ensuring that:

1. Long-term planning and development in Bunwell meets the village’s future housing needs.
2. Bunwell assimilates the housing allocation deemed necessary under the GNLP.
3. Future development is in-keeping and sympathetic to Bunwell’s character.
4. Bunwell develops in the way most villagers want to see the village develop.

Read more: Planning & Development in Bunwell

Bunwell Children's Playground and Outside Gym

Yesterday, following Government COVID-19 Guidance,  the children's playground, zip wire and outside gym were cleaned and this morning they were reopened.

It must be remembered that these are unattended facilities and it is the responsibility of parents, carers and those in charge of children to supervise their children and to take all necessary precautions for their well being and safety. This of course includes to use own wipes and hygiene products at all times and to thoroughly wash hands immediately afterwards. Such precautions must also be taken by all older children and adults attending the playground or using facilities including the zip wire, intermediate equipment and the outside gym.

Read more: Bunwell Children's Playground and Outside Gym

Activity Afternoons Update

Activity Afternoons are going to hopefully resume soon. We shall try meeting outdoors if we can. The day, date and time are yet to be fixed for our new sessions. If you came along before Rosemary would be happy to discuss with you what arrangements we should make. Please phone her on 01953 86 14 64.