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.
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.
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!
Help make plans to improve walking and cycling
Residents, community groups, local businesses and schools are invited to take forward plans to improve walking and cycling opportunities.
Have your (online) say and improve walking and cycling opportunities
Residents are invited to join Bury Council at its first online Community Walking and Cycling Forum on Wednesday 14 October.
Residents asked for views on Bee Network cycle and walking safety schemes
People who live or work in Bury are being asked for their views on a series of proposed improvements that are part of Greater Manchester’s Bee Network.
One week left to share your ideas to make Bury’s streets safer for walking and cycling
Residents are being urged to have their say by Friday 12 June on making Bury, Prestwich, Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington and Whitefield better places to move more through walking and cycling.
Safe streets save lives – have your say on helping to keep Bury cycling and walking more
Bury residents are being urged to have their say on changes that would help them to keep cycling and walking as the town and country recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
New £6.8m cycling and walking scheme for Bury – but Government cash is needed
Bury announces three new walking and cycling schemes as leaders urge critical Government backing to deliver the UK’s largest cycling and walking network.
New guided walk through Chesham Wood and parkland
Keen to get active and enjoy the outdoors? Then a new health walk starting in Bury East on Monday 19 November could be just what the doctor ordered.
Walking back to happiness (and health)
Step into summer by taking part in two new walks around Birtle and Ainsworth as part of the Bury Health Walks Summer Programme.
Shed the Christmas calories at a Radcliffe health walk
Residents are being invited to get moving and enjoy the outdoors at a new weekly Radcliffe Community Health Walk.
You’ll never walk alone – vote for our volunteers!
Three volunteers who have inspired hundreds of local people to take up walking have been nominated for a national award.
Take up walking football – you could be top of the league
Footie fans aged 50-plus are invited to take part in walking football sessions which are held at Castle Leisure Centre in Bury.
All aboard the Bury Trail and Rail!
Some 86 walkers put their best foot forward to walk from Bolton Street Station in Bury to Nuttall Park in Ramsbottom, before hopping on the East Lancashire Railway to make the return journey.