Covid jabs total now up to 255k
The total number of Covid jabs received by Bury residents has now reached 255,592.
Bury Council launches Town of Culture Grants for local creatives
Bury Council is launching a new Town of Culture Grants Scheme to celebrate local talent and nurture creativity.
Let’s tackle deprivation – plans to make sure everyone earns a decent wage unveiled
Plans to make sure everyone earns a decent wage unveiled. A report to the council's Cabinet, to be discussed next week, sets out plans to introduce the Real Living Wage.
Housing minister presented with Radcliffe brownfield housing delivery plans
Housing minister Christopher Pincher visited Radcliffe yesterday to see Bury Council’s plans to create new homes on brownfield sites.
Bury Council launches Town of Culture Opportunity Pass to thank key workers
Bury Council is launching a ‘Bury Town of Culture Opportunity Pass’ to thank key workers and volunteers for their efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bury’s largest brownfield housing development opportunity goes live
Bury Council and Homes England, as joint landowners, of the vacant East Lancashire Paper Mill site in Radcliffe, have launched Bury’s largest brownfield housing development opportunity through Homes England’s Delivery Partner Panel (DPP3).
Anyone for tennis? The new facilities are great!
Wimbledon might be over for another year, but Bury’s newly refurbished tennis courts have reopened to welcome back sportsmen and women.
Discover the world of adult learning with our new courses
Are you thinking about enrolling on an adult learning course in September?
Join our Climate Action webinar and help change our Bury
Action plans to make Bury carbon neutral and change the way we live will be outlined in a Climate Change webinar hosted by the council.
Public urged to be cautious when Covid-19 restrictions lift
Bury’s health leaders have urged residents and businesses to proceed cautiously when the final Covid restrictions are lifted on Monday (19 July).
On-the-spot fines of £400 for fly-tippers
People who illegally dump their rubbish will be given an increased fixed penalty notice of £400 under plans being considered by Bury Council.
Remembering Srebrenica – Rebuilding Lives
Council leaders are backing the Rebuilding Lives campaign on the 26th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica.
£1 million to bring empty homes back into use
Bury Council has agreed to spend £1 million on bringing empty homes back into use as affordable housing.
Bury veterans mark Armed Forces Day
Veterans and civic leaders proudly raised the flag today (Saturday 26 June) to mark national Armed Forces Day in Bury.
Free holiday activities to help children and young people this summer
Free summer holiday clubs are to be held for children and young people across Bury in August.
Two more Covid vax pop-up clinics – come and get it!
All over-18s are invited to get their first dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine at two pop-up clinics – no appointment needed!
Bury wins award for hi-tech Covid help
A digital tool used to help thousands of vulnerable Bury people during the coronavirus pandemic has won a national award.
Happy to chat? Take a seat in Bury’s Green Flag parks
Bury Council’s parks and countryside service is joining the revolution that is “Happy to Chat Benches” by installing signs on benches in all 12 of our Green Flag parks.