An extraordinary year – as Bury’s vaccination centres reach 200,000 jabs
Health services across Bury are celebrating a magnificent team effort as the fight against Covid-19 passes a significant milestone. Local doctors and their teams have just given the 200,000th vaccination to Bury residents in just 10 months.
Condolences to family of Sir David Amess MP
The flag is flying at half-mast over Bury Town Hall in memory of Sir David Amess MP who was killed this afternoon at his constituency surgery.
Let’s Do It Health Improvement Community Fund open now
Bury Council has opened a new £320,000 health improvement community fund to support local recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Development partner sought for Phase 2 of Chamberhall business park in Bury
Bury Council is looking to procure a development partner to complete the 17-acre employment site at Chamberhall near the town centre.
Schools advised to take measures to reduce spread of Covid-19
All schools in Bury are being urged to take further action to reduce the transmission of Covid-19 among students and staff.
Bury Council’s cabinet approves formation of Muse Prestwich JV
Bury Council’s cabinet has yesterday formally approved the principles behind a 50:50 joint venture with leading town and city-centre regenerator, Muse Developments, to bring forward the repurposing and regeneration of Prestwich village.
New affordable homes on a brownfield site in the heart of Whitefield
Thirty affordable homes will be built on the derelict spot of the former Wheatfields day care centre in Victoria Avenue, Whitefield.
New laws on "Botox" and filler injections for under-18s
Trading standards are reminding local businesses and residents that it is now illegal to administer “Botox” or cosmetic filler treatment to a person under 18.
Latest work to improve St Paul’s Church Gardens in Ramsbottom
The latest phase of work to improve St Paul’s Church Gardens in Ramsbottom with new trees and shrubs will start in early December.
New exhibitions at Bury Art Museum
Towards Memorial and Mo(nu)mentaries are the titles of two exhibitions by Yuen Fong Ling beginning at Bury Art Museum.
National fostering film project launches in Bury
Fostering services across the country are joining together for the national release of a new short film commissioned by the largest collaboration of local councils and children’s trusts from all over England.
Help pave the way for better walking and cycling opportunities
Local residents are invited to play their part in shaping a brighter, healthier and more mobile future for Bury.
Review of buildings to make savings
Work is taking place to assess the buildings the council owns and manages to see which are no longer needed.
Family and affordable homes at the heart of Radcliffe regeneration
Plans are being drawn up to build 89 new family homes on a brownfield site in Radcliffe as part of the town’s regeneration.
Affordable housing for key Radcliffe gateway site
New affordable homes are to be built in the heart of Radcliffe and help drive forward the regeneration of the town centre.
Bury marks culmination of the Month of Hope
Mental health support organisations in Bury are marking the end of a month of activities for Greater Manchester’s Month of Hope.
Bury Careers Event – come and discover your future
Looking for options when you leave school? Bury Careers Event can help you and young people across the borough explore your options for the future.
Brownfield first – our plan for new houses and regeneration
Plans have been unveiled to develop brownfield sites and bring much-needed homes and regeneration across Bury.
Celebrate with us during Libraries Week
Libraries Week takes place between 4 and 10 October and is an annual showcase and celebration of the best that libraries have to offer.