We need your help to sponsor these events so that we are able to support three exceptional local charities.


This year St Boniface Church, Bunbury, is celebrating its 700th anniversary at the heart of the community and parish. With this in mind events are being arranged over 6 months from April to September for the mutual benefit of the community and our chosen local charities: St Luke’s Hospice, Hope House Children’s Hospice and Tarporley War Memorial Hospital. The theme being Yesterday, Today and Forever.

The events range from a cycling sportif to a music festival built around the theme.

Some monies from the annual church fete and sportif will be used for the upkeep of St Boniface Church as usual. Any other profits go to the chosen charities.

Our celebrations start with The Easter service 2020 and conclude with the Harvest Festival 2020.



25th April                   Belle Voci (from ‘The Voice’) in concert at St Boniface.

9th May,                     VE Day weekend- Cycle Sportif and family fun at Beeston Castle.

4th July                      St Bonifest- a day of live music on the playing fields.

17/18/19th July        Flower Festival at St Boniface.

13th Sept                   Meet the Bells event at St Boniface, with afternoon tea and art exhibition.

19th Sept                   Classical Concert of music at St Boniface with the acclaimed pianist Kathryn Stott.


If you feel able to help in any way, or would like to sponsor any of these events please click on the buttons below.

For further information please contact coachbellis@gmail.com.

St Boniface Church, Bunbury - In the Diocese of Chester, England  
Rev. Tim Hayward - Tel: 01829 261511    email: revtimhayward@gmail.com
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