On Saturday 4th December at 7.30pm, join Phileas Fogg and his companions for a knock about adventure full of mishaps, tomfoolery, British stiff upper lip, curious camels and lashings of comedy!!
Our old friends at the 'Rain or Shine' theatre company will be returning to the Bunbury Village Hall to perform "Around the World in 80 Days".
STOP PRESS...STOP PRESS
The main performance is SOLD OUT. However, if sufficient demand for tickets continues (30+), there will be a matinee performance.
Tickets are available on line at www.rainorshine.co.uk. or via the ticket hotline 03306 600541
Doors and bar open at 6.30pm, with proceeds going to Bunbury Watermill and Bunbury Village Hall.
A visit to the mill is a wonderful outing for all the family. The beautifully restored water mill stands in two acres of wildlife-rich countryside.
Father Christmas is coming to Bunbury Mill again this December!
He has let us know that he can visit us on Sunday 19th December between 1-4 pm - How exciting!
On arrival, visitors will tour the traditional Mill building and experience some festive activities along the way before meeting Father Christmas in his grotto. Refreshments will be served in the Visiter Centre after your visit.
To keep Father Christmas and everyone safe this year, we are taking timed bookings (1 slot per family). For more details and to book your timed slot, please email Vanessa.email@example.com with your group's details including how many children, their ages and number of accompanying adults. £5 per child.
We hope you will join us for a truly magical experience for both children and adults alike.
Plans for reopening the mill post-Covid are uncertain, but it is likely that the catering will be restricted initially to drinks and light refreshments.
Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic and take advantage of the attractive grounds.
The objectives of the Bunbury Watermill Trust are:
“To advance the education of the public in all aspects of the history of Bunbury, in particular the preservation, restoration, display and operation of Bunbury Watermill as a place of historical interest and by establishing a museum and education centre”
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