Bury

A bustling English town with a superb range of high street and specialist shops complemented by beautiful countryside[mappress mapid="888"]

The town of Bury in Lancashire, England is principally famous for just two things: it is the birthplace of Sir Robert Peel, 18th century English Prime Minister and eponymous father of the English bobby and it is also home to one of the world’s finest black puddings which has been sold in the local market for over 150 years
The Black Pudding
Black Pudding roll at Bury market The horseshoe-shaped Bury classic which is synonymous with the town, is best bought hot from its famous market. The Bury Black Pudding Company has cornered the name and the supermarkets while Chadwicks make theirs to a recipe dating back to Joshua Thompson in 1865. Andrew Holt's Real Lancashire Black Pudding Company is in nearby Rossendale.
Things To Do
Peel Tower The market is a must for black pudding lovers but leave time for Bury Castle, Peel Tower and Bury Museum and Art Gallery. If you are looking for something different then the Corgi Heritage Centre in Heywood has all the die-cast model cars you could want
Practical Stuff

A six-minute tram service connects Bury to Manchester city centre. For accommodation you could do worse than stay at Bolholt Country Park Hotel or the Rostrevor. Bury market is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Weather for Bury

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Map

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