Bury is a town in the north of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester in North West England.
Bury is between Rochdale and Salford; the town is a dormitory town in a northern suburb of Manchester. It is just west of the M66 motorway, and is the largest settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury. It has a population of 60,718.
It has a flourishing market which won Britain’s Favourite Market Award in 2019. It is famous for Bury Black Puddings.
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- ↑ "Bury Market: Traditionally untraditional - The Mancunion". mancunion.com. 2023-05-13. Retrieved 2023-05-20.