Bury Market – Meet The Traders

Bury Market is a shopper’s paradise that has been an iconic part of Bury for centuries, with the current site being occupied since the 1970s. On the Full Market Days of Wednesday, Friday and Saturday the Market is home to over 350 stalls selling all manner of goods and produce and when combined with the neighbouring Mill Gate and nearby Rock Shopping Centres, Bury offers a fantastic array of shops and leisure activities. On top of Full Market Days, selected Fish & Meat Hall and Market Hall stalls are open every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Truly, the only day the Market is fully closed is Sunday. This month we’d like to introduce some of the fabulous businesses on Market Parade. Do you recognise any of them? Don’t be shy, pop down and say hello, they’re very friendly!      

Complete Phone Care

Bury lad, Alan Noone started his phone stall 23 years ago and it’s the oldest phone stall on Bury Market. Alan supplies everything phone related and prides himself on great prices and great customer service.

Taz Smoking Accessories

Mohammed Azad, known as “The Bong man” was made redundant 30 years ago and decided to run a stall on Bury Market. He sells everything to do the smoking & all the accessories you might need!

Bakery Bargains

A third generation of bakers, Bakery Bargains have been established on Bury market for over 20 years! Serving freshly baked bread, cakes and savouries

Moose Guitars

Local Radcliffe lad, Ian McGovern started his stall 4 years ago and sells guitars, amps and all musical accessories. He also repairs and re-strings. Ian also buys old guitars & amps.

Crystal Waynes

Wayne & Patrycja have a wide collection of crystals and all things spiritual on their stall. Wayne is a spiritual medium who loves sharing his knowledge of crystals.



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