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BURY PLANNERS RECEIVE NATIONAL ACCLAIM

The development management team outside Knowsley Place in Bury Planning officers at Bury Council made the shortlist for a national award due to their 100% performance. They were Highly Commended in the Planning Awards 2017, only beaten by the City of London in the Local Authority Planning

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BURY ART MUSEUM SHOWCASES SCULPTURE BY LOCAL FORCES VETERAN

A remarkable sculpture made by a local military veteran has been delivered to Bury Art Museum to highlight the work of a group of service personnel from Greater Manchester. It is part of an exhibition which has recently completed a two-week run at Salford’s prestigious Lowry Hotel.

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THE BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT TEAM – HERE TO HELP

Businesses now have a single point of contact at Bury Council to help them succeed. The council’s business engagement team works with local companies to stimulate private sector growth and prosperity by supporting and streamlining access to council departments and partners. The Bury Means Business programme offers:

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STORIES AND CRAFTS FOR CHILDREN THIS SUMMER

An exciting variety of story sessions and craft activities for children of all ages takes place in local libraries this summer. Young people can expect everything from Funimals and crazy penguins to ‘crafternoon’ delights and fabric art. Activities take place at the following libraries: Bury, Prestwich, Radcliffe,

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INDUSTRY-LEADING RECYCLING BUSINESS MOVES INTO BURY

An award-winning social business has moved into Bury – both saving and creating jobs. Recycling Lives, a waste management and recycling business, has taken over the former L&D Mortimer site on Birch Street.  The new depot will be a dedicated scrap metal buying facility, paying the best

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PURPLE FLAG PARTNERSHIP TO MAKE OUR TOWN CENTRE BETTER

Partners from the council, police and local Pubwatch scheme are working together to make the town centre safer and more attractive to all. Bury has recently been awarded Purple Flag status for the third year running, which recognises the quality of the town’s evening and night-time economy.

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PRIMARY SCHOOLS URGED TO JOIN DAILY MILE AND REDUCE CHILD OBESITY

Bury Council is aiming to tackle rising obesity levels in young children by calling on all local primary schools to sign up to the Daily Mile programme. The Daily Mile is a national scheme that encourages children to be more active. It was started in 2012 by

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POPULAR ARTISAN MARKET SHOWS THAT WE LOVE MANCHESTER

The second Prestwich Artisan Market brought in 2,500 visitors and raised more than £420 for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. Hosted by Bury Venues and Village Greens Cooperative, the second quarterly event boasted more than 40 specialist artisan traders at the Longfield Suite and around the

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NOMINATE YOUR FAVOURITE VOLUNTARY GROUP FOR A QUEEN’S AWARD

Residents are urged to nominate their favourite local voluntary group to win the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). This is highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the

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NEED SOME HOME HELP – CALL MAN FRIDAY!

Scott Allen has been a popular stall holder on Bury’s famous market for over 20 years and his face has even appeared on advertising boards and other printed material promoting the market. Last year Scott was called upon to look after his grandad, who is 90 years

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