Regions: Greater Manchester
Build A Business with Bury Libraries
An innovative project to help the borough’s entrepreneurs has been launched by Bury Libraries.
Ten more fly-tippers and litter louts fined
Ten more people have been given £400 fixed penalty notices for fly-tipping and littering offences.
Vote, vote, vote for Bury Market – only one week to go!
Shoppers and visitors are being invited to vote for the famous Bury Market and help make it once again the nation’s favourite.
Enjoy Ramsbottom this Small Business Saturday
Independent businesses in Ramsbottom have been combining their skills to launch a Christmas digital marketing campaign in time for Small Business Saturday this weekend (4 December).
Our new Covid vaccinometer – now with added boosters!
More than 59,000 people in Bury have already had their Covid booster jabs – and the NHS is finalising plans to offer the vaccine to many more.
A Jewel in our community
Council chiefs have praised the tremendous work that a Prestwich organisation does to help the Jewish community and local businesses.
Helping those who are struggling at this tough time
The work of a charity which looks after homeless people and those in need has been praised by council leader Eamonn O’Brien.
Early Christmas present for our veterans
Armed forces veterans are getting an early Christmas present from Bury Leisure, Bury Council’s in-house sport and fitness provider.
Residents invited to view plans for Radcliffe development
A consultation event is being held where residents can view proposals for new housing at the ‘island’ part of the former East Lancs Paper Mill site.
Raising awareness the key on World Aids Day
Bury has been hosting events to mark World Aids Day and promote the values of tolerance and inclusion.
Avian influenza - new housing measures start today
The Chief Veterinary Officers for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have agreed to bring in new housing measures to protect poultry and captive birds from avian influenza following a number of confirmed cases across Great Britain.
Let’s Do it Together - have your say on who receives funding to support Covid recovery in your neighbourhood
Local communities will be deciding, during the next few weeks, which projects should be funded to help with Covid recovery in their neighbourhoods.
Bury’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence
Organisations from across Bury are standing up against domestic abuse as this year’s annual White Ribbon Campaign begins today (Thursday 25 November).
Public urged not to pick up sick or dead birds
People are being urged not to pick up sick or dead birds. People who find dead swans, geese or ducks or other dead wild birds, such as gulls or birds of prey, should report them to the Defra helpline on 03459 33 55 77.
Tenants’ historic chance to take control
Tenants on the Springs estate in Bury will shortly decide whether to make their own piece of history.
More new housing to be built on brownfield land
Much-needed new homes for families are to be built on a council-owned brownfield site.
Latest progress on new Radcliffe High School
Plans to build a new secondary school in Radcliffe have moved another step forward.
Trinity Foodbank – doing a magnificent job for our most needy
Council leaders have praised the tremendous job that Trinity Foodbank is doing to support some of the neediest people in the borough.
New homes on brownfield land for people with disabilities
Much-needed new homes for people with disabilities are to be built on the old William Kemp Heaton day centre site in Bury.