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Bury, Lancs, BL9 0NT

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Why Move To Bury

Bury is a welcoming and sought-after location for investors, and a highly desirable borough in which to work, live and study.It boasts excellent transport links, a thriving business, and tourism sector, and a highly educated and skilled workforce.

The town centre is the third highest ranked retail destination in Greater Manchester, and ongoing developments are expected to attract even greater interest in the town.

Less than half an hour from BOTH stunning scenery and Manchester city centre, Bury could be the perfect location for a family home.

The popular suburbs of Prestwich, Whitefield, and Ramsbottom offer quick access to city life and the region’s rugged countryside.
Bury is surrounded by a number of small, traditional villages scattered across the stunning fields.

So for those looking for a taste of the Last of the Summer Wine, then Holcombe might be your best bet.

Removals Company Bury

Are you moving in and around Bury? Moving house can be stressful at the best of times and with bills to pay, post to redirect and home insurance to source, there is more than enough to start thinking about. One thing you are certainly going to have to start thinking about in plenty of time is how you are going to move your personal belongings to your new home.

Many people underestimate the scale of the task and hire a removals van for a few hours to do it themselves. Only to later come unstuck when they have more items than they first thought, get the timing wrong and end up shelling out more money, or worse still, damage their own goods. Moving home furnishings is a skill and whether you are looking to move to a larger home or downsize, it will require careful planning to ensure everything runs smoothly.

What to do in Bury

Bury Art Museum

Welcoming, warm and friendly Bury Art Museum is the perfect place to enjoy art and find out more about the rich history of Bury and the surrounding area. Showcasing the best of international and local art and with the addition of Bury Art Shop, Bury Art Museum can truly offer something for all interests.
Bury Art Museum website

East Lancashire Railway

The East Lancashire Railway is a 12 ¹⁄₂-mile heritage railway line in north-west England which runs between Heywood and Rawtenstall with intermediate stations at Bury Bolton Street, Burrs Country Park, Summerseat, Ramsbottom, and Irwell Vale.
East Lancashire Railway website

Bury Parish Church

Bury Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin is an architectural hidden gem, located at the highest point in the town centre. Although the present building is Victorian there has been a church on the site for over 1,000 years: in medieval times the west door would have looked out across the marketplace to the castle.
Bury Parish Church website

The Fusilier Museum

The Fusilier Museum is home to the collections of the XX Lancashire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Together they record over 300 years of history and heritage of the people who served in the regiments. Come face to face with the heroes of the past!
The Fusilier Museum website

Bury Transport Museum

The industrial heritage of the North West is brought to life before your very eyes at Bury Transport Museum. Through stunningly restored vehicles, original artifacts and interactive exhibits, your family can explore the lives and jobs of people in the early 20th Century.
Bury Transport Museum website

Property in Bury

The north-west is booming with over 50% of the FTSE 100 companies were based there. Bury is a Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough, and lies on the River Irwell. Bury is, 5.5 miles east of Bolton, 5.9 miles west-southwest of Rochdale and 8 miles north-northwest of the city of Manchester. The town is linked to the M66 motorway.

There have been many changes in Bury since the war when a number of the mills were demolished. The last 30 years have seen the town developing into an important commuter town for neighboring Manchester.

Bury is surrounded by several smaller towns, which together form the borough. Bury is the largest town. It is regionally notable for its open-air market (Bury Market). The town’s popularity has been increased since the introduction of the Manchester Metrolink tram system in 1992, which terminates in the town.

Bury had a population 185,060 at the census in 2011, an increase of 2.4% since the previous census of 2001.

The housing market in Bury is currently buoyant with prices being a little over half a percent cheaper than Manchester. During the last year, sold prices were 3% up on the previous year and 7% up on 2007.

In recent years large-scale housing development has taken place around Brandlesholme, Chesham, Elton, Limefield, Redvales, Sunnybank, and Unsworth. Bury also benefited from other facilities in early 2010. Which included The Rock a £350 million town centre regeneration project, which was created in partnership with Bury Metropolitan Council.

It contains 1.5 million sq. ft of space anchored by Vue & AMF Bowl, M&S, and Debenhams.

It also houses restaurants, a new medical centre and office accommodation close to Bury Town Hall. Bury has now risen over 100 places in the CACI town centre rankings.

Schools & Education in Bury

When deciding on a place to live with a family, schools are right at the top of the list. North Bury’s high property demand roots in the quality of its schools. Lowercroft Primary, for example, is locally regarded as the go-to primary school, with consistently ‘Excellent’ Ofsted reports.


The three most highly rated schools with first-class Ofsted reports are:

Gabriel’s RC High –

Christ Church Primary —

Hazlehurst Community School –

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