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This site contains transcriptions of Bunny's baptisms from 1715 to 1929, marriages from 1556 to 1929, burials from 1715 to 1899, census returns from 1841 to 1911 and all readable Churchyard inscriptions.

Did you enter the Bunny Church Fabric Fundraisers 50 / 50 Quiz? If so, click here to view the correct answers. Many thanks to all those who took part. If you entered the previous, 'Which Church Where' competition, the answers are still available here.

The 1911 census for Bunny Village is now available online.

Those who have passed through Bunny may have noticed the excellent new village walks now available on the noticeboards throughout the village. Copies of these are now available to download.
Overview of all walks, Walk1, Walk2, Walk3, Walk4, Walk5, Walk6, Walk7, Walk8, Walk9, Walk10, Walk11 and Walk12


At the Parkyns' midsummer festival on Sunday 26th June, a quarter peal of Bunny Surprise Minor rang out from the church bells. This method had not been rung for over thirty years in the tower that it was written for many centuries ago. Click here to listen to a sample of the peal (please allow a short time for it to load).

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The November edition of the Bunny Bulletin is now available
The October edition of the Bunny Bulletin is now available
The September edition of the Bunny Bulletin is now available
The August edition of the Bunny Bulletin is now available

 
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New (November 2014) - The November edition of the Bunny Bulletin Website edition is now available!

The Bunny Bulletin is the Bunny Village monthly magazine. It was founded in September 1998 and is distributed free of charge to every household and business in the Parish of Bunny. It is produced by a team of volunteers and is funded by Bunny Parish Council and advertising.

Click here to download the November website edition to keep up to date with Bunny Village events. Previous editions can be found here.


The Southwell and Nottingham DAC Church History Project, a collaboration between the University of Nottingham and The Church of England (Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham), is documenting information about all of the churches in the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham. Their page for Bunny Church is now available and is worth a visit for anyone interested in the Church.


Planning a visit to Bunny soon? Take a look at our updated 'A Stroll around Bunny' page

Bunny Churchyard Inscriptions have been added to the site. All memorials and their corresponding inscriptions (where readable) from the churchyard have been recorded and are now available online. Where corresponding entries have been found on both the Inscriptions and Burials Indexes, links between the two have been added alongside those entries.

The Rancliffe Arms now has it's own website - http://www.rancliffearms.co.uk. Visit the site to view menus, wine lists and for details on how to make reservations.

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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. This website, set-up and maintained by the Bunny Village History Society, has been created to present some of the information that has been collated on the village.

Do you have any Bunny memorabilia? Any photos or information, no matter how small or recent, would be well received for our archive. We will of course be happy with photocopies of photographs or documents. Please contact us on the email address above if you are able to help.

For links to Nottinghamshire Genealogy sites and other sites of interests, visit the Bunny Village Links Page.

To contact the Bunny Village History Society, please email info@bunnyvillage.org.uk.
If you have any comments on the website, please email webmaster@bunnyvillage.org.uk.

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