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YOUR PHOTOGRAPH IN THE OFFICIAL BURY CALENDAR?

Whitehead clock tower, the front cover of last year’s Bury calendar, taken by Brian Connor. Keen photographers are being invited to submit their favourite shots of Bury for inclusion in the Tourist Information Centre 2018 calendar. The full colour calendars are extremely popular as Christmas presents and

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WORK STARTS ON IMPROVED PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE CROSSING IN RADCLIFFE

Work has started to create a new system of pedestrian and cycle crossings in the heart of Radcliffe. The project, at the junctions of Blackburn Street and Pilkington Way, aims to make it easier for walkers and cyclists to get into the town centre or to get

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TAKE UP WALKING FOOTBALL – YOU COULD BE TOP OF THE LEAGUE

The Bury Relics, walking football team who met at sessions held at Castle Leisure Centre. Footie fans aged 50-plus are invited to take part in walking football sessions which are held at Castle Leisure Centre in Bury. The weekly sessions, run by Bury Council in partnership with

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RUNNERS HIT THE STREETS TO MAKE THE ASDA FOUNDATION BURY 10K A GREAT SUCCESS

The streets of Bury were flooded with colour as almost 2,000 runners hit the streets for one of the region’s most popular charity road races. The second running of the Asda Foundation Bury 10K was hailed a success as a host of local good causes were handed

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REMEMBERING THOSE LOST TO SUICIDE – IT’S OK TO TALK

The Mayor of Bury, Councillor Dorothy Gunther, and Christine Mills tie ribbons to the ‘memory tree’ to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. Bury Council and the Samaritans Bury held a special event to raise awareness of suicide and remember those lost to it. Held to mark World

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NATIONAL CHARITY SERVES UP FREE TENNIS SESSIONS IN PRESTWICH

National sports charity Tennis For Free has served up an ace for Prestwich, starting this Sunday (24 Sep, 2-4pm) at St Mary’s Park. The charity is working with Bury Council and the LTA to provide a full year of coach-led tennis sessions for all the family. You

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MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE ELECTORAL REGISTER

Nearly 30,000 households in Bury have still not returned their details as part of this year’s electoral canvas. In August, Bury Council delivered letters to all households asking residents to confirm the details that appear on the Electoral Register. So far 50,000 properties have replied (65%), but

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JOIN OUR EXCITING LEGO CLUB FROM SEPTEMBER

Children are invited to join in the fun at Bury Library creating and building with LEGO. There are three dates for your diary, and there’s no need to book – just turn up: Saturday 14 October (2-3pm) Saturday 11 November (2–3pm). The sessions are for children aged

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INSPIRATIONAL CHOIR SEARCHING FOR UNDISCOVERED TALENT

This has been a milestone year for Bolton Cancer Voices, who celebrated their 5th Birthday in June. The Choir, whose membership comprises cancer patients and cancer survivors, is now tuning up for their annual ‘Jingle Bell Sing-A-Long’ concert in the Victoria Hall, Bolton, on Saturday 2nd December;

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GIRLGUIDING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Girlguiding is the largest charity for girls and young women in the UK. Could you volunteer for 1-2 hours weekly, fortnightly or even monthly? Radcliffe District of Girlguiding needs extra volunteers to help run Rainbows, Brownies and Guide units in the Radcliffe area. We particularly need extra

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