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Beth Tweddle “stable” after ski injury in TV show The Jump

Beth Tweddle “stable” after ski injury in TV show The Jump

Former Crewe & Nantwich gymnast Beth Tweddle is in hospital after seriously injuring her back while taking part in The Jump TV show.

The Olympic bronze medal-winner, from Bunbury, is said to be “stable” in hospital after suffering the injury on the Channel 4 reality show.

February 7, 2016
Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury’s Neighbourhood Plan has successfully passed a key milestone.

The plan, designed to protect the community from unplanned and unsustainable development, has been given the green light by a planning examiner.

December 19, 2015
Bunbury pub scoops Best Freehouse North West award

Bunbury pub scoops Best Freehouse North West award

A Bunbury pub has won acclaim for the success of its business.

The Yew Tree Inn at Spurstow, near Nantwich, has been named winner of the ‘Best Freehouse for the North West’ in the Great British Pub Awards 2015.

September 6, 2015
Yew Tree Inn celebrates five years at Bank Holiday beer festival

Yew Tree Inn celebrates five years at Bank Holiday beer festival

Award-winning pub Yew Tree Inn near Bunbury will celebrate five years of success with an August Bank Holiday beer extravaganza.

And the “Thank Yew It’s Friday!” Festival will also toast the pub’s latest award after it was voted Best Freehouse in the North West at the Great British Pub Awards 2015.

August 27, 2015
Bunbury pub  Yew Tree Inn celebrates five years since relaunch

Bunbury pub Yew Tree Inn celebrates five years since relaunch

A popular pub near Nantwich is celebrating its fifth birthday since new life was breathed into the historic building.

After years of neglect, the Yew Tree Inn, in Bunbury, was refurbished by renowned designers Lister Carter in the summer of 2010.

July 4, 2015
Decibellas choir raises £1,900 at Bunbury concert

Decibellas choir raises £1,900 at Bunbury concert

Decibellas Women’s Choir of Tarporley hosted a concert with Llangollen Male Voice Choir, to raise funds for St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice.

The men’s motto “Cyfeillgarwch drwy Gan” (“friendship through song”), formed the theme with both choirs performing pieces from repertoires and joining for a rousing finale.

May 27, 2015
Families enjoy Bunbury Church Fete in the sun

Families enjoy Bunbury Church Fete in the sun

By Jonathan White
Bunbury Church Fete took place within the grounds of Beeston Castle on Bank Holiday Monday.

The annual event was moved to earlier in the year for more favourable weather.

May 5, 2015
Stapeley, Bunbury and other parishes bid for Neighbourhood Plans

Stapeley, Bunbury and other parishes bid for Neighbourhood Plans

Families in Stapeley are being urged to attend a ‘drop-in’ session to help form the parish’s first Neighbourhood Plan.

Hundreds of households across Stapeley have received a questionnaire asking for their views on how the area should develop in the next few years.

March 19, 2015
Nantwich cattle dealer jailed for breaching national TB orders

Nantwich cattle dealer jailed for breaching national TB orders

A Nantwich cattle dealer who repeatedly ignored disease control regulations has been jailed for four months.

Anthony Ronald Kirkham, of Ridley Farm, Bunbury, re-offended just three days after receiving a suspended sentence for similar breaches in May 2013.

January 16, 2015
Charity seeks volunteers to be ‘lifelines’ in Nantwich villages

Charity seeks volunteers to be ‘lifelines’ in Nantwich villages

A charity has launched a recruitment drive to find volunteers to work in villages near Nantwich, including Wrenbury, Wybunbury, and Bunbury.

Cheshire Community Action wants new volunteers to work with a team of Community Agents.

December 17, 2014
Bunbury businessman leads Protein Works firm to national accolade

Bunbury businessman leads Protein Works firm to national accolade

A Bunbury man has helped a North West company be crowned New Business of the Year 2014.

Mark Coxhead is one of the founders of The Protein Works which won the accolade at the prestigious National Business Awards.

November 26, 2014
War memorial at Bunbury church given £2,400 boost

War memorial at Bunbury church given £2,400 boost

A war memorial in a village near Nantwich has been handed a £2,400 boost to undergo much-needed renovation.

The money will help repair and refurbish the church gateway of St Boniface Church in Bunbury.

November 20, 2014
Pub and bakery team up for new Farmers Market in Bunbury

Pub and bakery team up for new Farmers Market in Bunbury

A pub and bakery business are teaming up to hold regular Farmers Market and Craft Fairs in Bunbury, near Nantwich.

Tom Morrison, who runs Berry Fresh Bakery in Wrenbury, is helping to organise the event to be staged at the award-winning Yew Tree Inn in Bunbury.

October 26, 2014