Vandals strike again – do you know who they are?
Vandals have struck again damaging tennis courts and Bury’d Treasure signs in community parks and green spaces.
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.
Extended opening hours for libraries
Bury’s libraries are opening for longer to give readers more time to visit following the latest lifting of Covid lockdown restrictions.
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?
Parents and carers urged to book their free children’s holiday activities
Booking has opened for thousands of free holiday activity places available to children in Bury this summer.
Plans for the future of Bury’s civic halls
The future of Bury’s three civic halls will be determined when the council’s cabinet meets tomorrow (Wed 30 June).
Friday night is walking night!
Get your boots on and enjoy a new series of Friday Evening Countryside Walks led by Greenmount Village Community Walking Group.
Bury Library now opening for browsing
Bury Library reopens its doors for browsing today (Wed 12 May) and those who have missed the pleasure of choosing their books in person can visit between the hours of 1pm and 4pm, Tuesdays to Fridays.
Chris Boardman special guest at cycling forum
Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman is special guest speaker at next week’s Bury Walking and Cycling Community Forum.
Ramsbottom Library now reopening for browsing
Ramsbottom Library will reopen its doors for browsing tomorrow (Wed 28 April) – and Bury and Prestwich branches will follow suit in the next fortnight.
The Met reopens on 17 May with live, socially distanced gigs
The Met reopens on 17 May with a season of live, socially distanced gigs featuring comedian Justin Moorhouse and DJ, director and author Don Letts.
Major investment in gyms to boost ‘digital experience’
Bury Council’s three gyms have had a £500k upgrade to improve the digital experience of their thousands of visitors.
Writing the next chapter in Bury’s cultural story
Final preparations are taking place to develop a new Cultural Strategy for the borough – and everyone will be invited to join in.
Cash boost for new facilities at Burrs Countryside Park
Bury Council has announced plans to invest £100k in implementing the first phase of the Burrs Business plan, in addition to the £70k already allocated for the overflow car park.
Making plans to ensure Ramsbottom flourishes
Plans are well under way to ensure that Ramsbottom continues to thrive as a much-loved destination.
Clarence Park set for major improvements
Bury’s flagship recreational facility at Clarence Park is to receive a £350,000 funding boost to carry out major improvements including a £150,000 new skate park.
What would get you walking and cycling?
All Bury residents are being invited to complete a new walking and cycling survey – especially those who don’t do much of either!
Skate park returns to Clarence Park as part of major upgrade
A new skate park will be built at Clarence Park in Bury as part of a major upgrade of this much-loved recreational ground.