What3Words

What3Words We are encouraging our community to download the what3words app on their phones in ...
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Bunny Bulletin October Edition

Bunny Bulletin October Edition We are pleased to announce the the Bunny Bulletin for  October ...
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Free Tree Scheme Returns!

The Free Tree Scheme Returns The Free Tree Scheme initiative forms part of Rushcliffe authority’s ...
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Information for Residents

During the present coronavirus pandemic situation the parish council are not able to hold normal ...
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Key Worker Video

While the majority of public have got behind the national efforts, a small minority have ...
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Coronavirus – Bunny Neighbour Support

As the coronavirus pandemic grows, there will be an increasing need for our community to ...
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Bunny is a small village situated in South Nottinghamshire, England. The village has been a place of settlement for many centuries, possibly as far back as Roman times. Today, the village includes an impressive 23 Listed Buildings or structures. Almost all of the village of 635 inhabitants is included within its boundary.

Situated on the A60 seven miles south of Nottingham, the village although with only limited facilities has a strong sense of community, a primary school, village hall, church, public house & restaurant and combined fuel filling station and shop with ATM.

C of E Primary School

Bunny C of E Primary School is located at the centre of the village and ...
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Bunny Bulletin

Full of news, information and some local advertising, the Bunny Bulletin will keep you completely ...
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Byways of Bunny

Bunny is enjoys an excellent choice of footpaths for walking, running or exercising your dog ...
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St Mary the Virgin

St Mary the Virgin stands in the middle of the old part of the village ...
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