Family tribute to Hethersett father killed in car crash

The family of a Hethersett man, who died in a car crash, said they feel shocked after the sudden loss of their 'loving' son and 'caring' brother.

Father-of-three Trevor Bunn was the front seat passenger in a blue Volvo 850 which was involved in a collision with a silver Peugeot 206 on the B1172 Norwich Road on Saturday at about 11.10pm.

The accident also claimed the life of the driver and fellow Hethersett resident Sara Page, 29.

The rear seat passenger Ollie Wood suffered serious injuries, while the female driver of the Peugeot suffered slight injuries.

Mr Bunn's mother, Belinda Bunn, said: 'He was just a lovely boy. He was well-known and is going to be missed by a lot of people in the village.'

The 30-year-old, who lived at Muriel Kenny Court, grew-up in Hethersett and attended the village's junior school and high school.

He lived in Hethersett his whole life expect for a brief time at the Harts Farm estate in Wymondham. At the time of his death he had been unemployed but had aspirations of becoming a chef or a brick layer.

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The Liverpool football club fan was also a father to Demi, nine, Trey, eight and Sky, six, as well as a close and loyal brother to Roger, 31, and twins, Tye and Troy, eight.

Mrs Bunn said: 'He was always about with them (Tye and Troy), they were always together and now it's hit them for six. It's more hard for them to understand. I do not know how any parent goes through this.'

She added: 'They (Trevor and Roger) were always there for each other. If anything went wrong Trevor was there for him and Roger was there for Trevor.'

Mr Bunn, who was described as 'bubbly' and 'funny', could often be found at the village's playing field watching football and enjoyed placing bets on horse racing.

He had hopes of re-joining Hethersett football club having played for the side as a teenager. He also played for Wymondham football club as a boy.

When he was nine-years-old he also took up racing for the Hethersett Hawks Cycle-Speedway Club becoming its under-12s champion in 1992 and taking part in competitions across the country for about 10 years.

His father Richard Bunn said: 'I was very proud. I always went to support him. I went everywhere to watch him.'

Mr Bunn is also survived by his grandma Flo, aunties Rosemary, Margaret and Pauline, uncle Steven and wife Janet, cousins Martin, Paul, Shane, Daniel, Sam, Nicola and Kelly, and former girlfriend Michelle.

Norfolk Police continue to appeal for witnesses to the crash. Anyone with information should contact the serious collision investigation team on 0845 456 4567.

Do you want to pay tribute to Miss Page or Mr Bunn? Contact Stephanie Brooks on or 01379 651176.

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