BVD 2023 Rose Queen and Attendants

This year’s Bunbury Village Day will take place on Saturday June 8, celebrating the wonders of water with an “Aqua Fest” theme.

The theme was inspired in a year which marks the 200th anniversary of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.

Organisers are inviting water-related organisations and companies from charities to water suppliers, entertainers, to take part in the day.

It will also celebrate the vilage’s own Bunbury Water Mill and Bunbury Staircase Locks.

A Village Day spokesperson said: “It’s now time to start planning your water themed costumes.

“We are looking forward to seeing Mermaids, Water Sprites, Sailors, Pirates, Sea Creatures, Deep-Sea Divers and Synchronised swimmers! And don’t forget there will be prizes for the best dressed!

“This greatly anticipated day will also include all the traditional elements that make up a great Bunbury Village Day including, the much-admired Chester Brass Band, Bunbury Royalty – the Rose Queen, Rose King and their attendants, a well-stocked bar, a mouth-watering BBQ, a myriad of stalls, the classic WI café, thrilling fairground rides…. the list goes on!”

The day will end with live music from local bands including The Easy Peelers, playing everything from The Beatles to 90s indie.

BVD 2023 - The Easy Peelers

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  1. Chris Holden says:

    Dear nantwich news

    My name is Chris Holden, of Northwich, Cheshire UK

    Both myself & my partner are diagnosed with Autism by Axia ASD Ltd ( Chester ) and adore dogs.

    We are doing national campaigns to raise awareness against both online social media platform based bullying and offline in communities towards those with both visible birth conditions and hidden mental health diagnosis conditions.

    I am writing to yourself in hope to gain your support and a statement if possible on your stance of bullying within the communities you support and love

    I would welcome the chance to discuss our campaigns and for any support you could provide if possible

    my partner’s campaign to raise awareness of a rare condition called cranial bifida which has a lot of stigma and nastiness and bullying

    And my campaign to raise awareness of the effects of online cyberbullying and trolling through social media has towards those with hidden disabilities like autism, BPD and anxiety

    Kindest Regards

    Chris Holden & Sam Fickling

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