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Bury council leader backs calls to help refugees

Bury council leader backs calls to help refugees

Photo: David HurstTina Horn, left, gives her freind Deborah Barber, who was diagnosed with breast cancer, a hug before having her hair shaved at an event held at Whitefield Conservative Club to raise money for cancer charites (37041039)

Grandmother who lost husband to cancer shaves hair off in support of friend battling the illness

The house which can now be converted into Baminos nursery

Councillors make Bury woman's dream come true

RESEARCH: Shocking new figures revealed there were 3,980 incidents reported in the past year

Plan to tackle domestic violence after shocking figures revealed

Councillor resigns on eve of child porn sentencing

Councillor resigns on eve of child porn sentencing

INJURY: A Bury family's pet cat was caught in a snare

Campaigner calls for ban on lethal traps after cat's leg amputated

HEALTH: An MP has demanded improvements to mental health services

Mental health chief disputes claims of cuts to services

Campaigning youngsters want voting age lowered to 16

Campaigning youngsters want voting age lowered to 16

VOTE: Turbines at Scout Moor wind farm

Controversial Scout Moor Wind Farm expansion approved

Carol Godby pictured with dancers.

Football star Ryan Giggs holds secret kickabout to launch new teens-only fitness studio

Inspectors identify serious concerns at Bury mental health hospital

Inspectors identify serious concerns at Bury mental health hospital

Spen Moor

Homes plan gets green light despite desperate plea for more time

Sister Rose play at Glaston-Bury

Praise for eighth Glaston-Bury festival as crowds enjoy 'brilliant' lineup

St Andrew's Church in Ribble Drive, Whitefield, where Tuesday's meeting will take place

Sweeping changes to public meetings in Bury take effect next week

Members of the choir with the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, and his wife.

Ukraine choir to perform in Bury

Freddie Hughes is pictured with Alan Pixsley of Guinness World Records

Fantastic Freddie sets world record at National Football Museum

INSPIRATION: Guy Garvey talks about his literary favourites on his radio show this weekend

Guy Garvey talks about the books behind his music on a special live broadcast of his radio show

The Clarence pub, Bury launches Super Josh cocktail to raise money for the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity.

Photo: Toasting the Super Josh cocktail are (from left) Rick McClean manager of the Clarence, Glen Mossop manager of Automatic, Lee Hollinworth

The Clarence and Automatic toast 'Super Josh' with specially-created cocktail to help fundraise for his charity

David Rigby after his treatment was completed

Granddad beaming after overcoming fear of dentists

MEETING: Bury's licensing panel met at the town hall

Bury shop wins bid to sell alcohol

OBJECTIONS: Bambinos Ltd wants to open a children's nursery

Opening children's centre in Bury would cause dogs to bark all day say neighbours

Stewart Sheridan lies in bed at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, following the discovery of a tumour on his brain. Picture: Joel Goodman/MEN.

Boy diagnosed with inoperable brain tumour days after being sent home with cream for 'virus' dies, aged 10

HEARING: Teenager banned from driving

Teenager banned from driving after crashing car into parked vehicle

COURT: Bury magistrates

Crash driver told to pay £3,000

(L-R) Cllr Sharon Briggs, 2014 winner Debbie Walker, and Jacqui Comber, chief executive of Bury Hospice at last year's event

Unsung heroes to be celebrated in Bury

APPEAL: Support group in crisis

Diabetes support group facing axe

Anger over plans to axe 350 jobs at flagship Bury call centre

Anger over plans to axe 350 jobs at flagship Bury call centre

Gary and Phil Neville join other pall-bearers to carry the coffin of their father Neville Neville into Bury Parish Church PIC: Neil Jones/PA Wire

Family, friends and well-wishers turn out to pay respects to Neville Neville

Rock and roll band Last of the Dogs perform at The Two Tubs at last year's Glaston-Bury event

Glaston-Bury is back and bigger and better than ever

Dawn Fidler and Graham Evans

Instructor Graham's fundraising 'drive' for Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour charity

Teens out to change attitudes on mental health

Teens out to change attitudes on mental health

Bolton crown court. Showing the building and the areas which the photographer may use. The distance between the court steps and the bus stop where the photographer usually stands in approximatly seven ft.  Photo by Nigel Taggart, Newsquest (Bolton) Ltd.,

Bury teaching assistant admits attempting to groom pupil and could face jail

Richard Hearne pictured during a previous charity cycle

Cyclist hit in head on collision with motorists 'astonished' after police refuse to investigate

Author Maxine Warner with supporter Kath Humphries

Successful Whitefield singer branches out to become a children's author

Chief officer, Peter Firth says farewell to the Mosses Centre

Peter bows out from the Mosses Centre after 16 years at the helm

Six Town Housing family fun day at Hoyles Park, Bury.Tyra Bedford 8 and Cyril the Squirel.
Images by Steve Holt, Bury Times, Tuesday August 18 2015. (35850824)

Six Town Housing roadshow entertains kids and provides 'health and wealth' advice

Among those pictured at the event are Bury South MP Ivan Lewis and councillors Joan Grimshaw, Shaheena Haroon and Tamoor Tariq

Five organisations unite to stage Bury Community Eid Fayre

Buddy's female team members are pictured with two performers from Goodman Green Magic

Buddy's for Children with Autism to open charity shop on The Rock

Capita workers

Council leader ‘appalled’ by O2 site job losses

Jared, Sarah and Annabelle Griffin accept a cheque from Paul and Benjamin Fox at the Bury FC fun day

Thousands join in first fun day for Annabelle's Challenge charity

Bury families feature in Home-Start film to be premiered at showcase event at The Lowry

L-R:  Katie Lyth with son Leo (aged 5 months), husband James and daughter Jorja (aged two) in Bury.  Leo has had corrective surgery on his skull.  Photo by Karen Hope, Friday July 24 2015. Reporter: Sarah (33116813)

Mum's photo of baby son's head changes his life for the better

Ivan Lewis (back row centre), is pictured with some of the other guests

MP among guests at successful Bury Community Eid Fayre

Alicia Gordon

Talented student takes part in cancer research project at pharmaceutical giant

Picture by Julian Brown 16/08/15

Fletcher Barnes (5) poses as a Super Hero at the birthday party to celebrate the second anniversary of the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour charity held at the Village Hotel, Bury. (35284407)

Party celebrates Super Josh's charity legacy

Daisy, 18 months old, sister of Daftney

Homes wanted after influx of cats and kittens at RSPCA

Student who died days after sitting last GCSE had achieved superb grades including 8 A*

Student who died days after sitting last GCSE had achieved superb grades including 8 A*

Cloughside College, at Prestwich Hospital

Deputy headteacher banned from teaching after lying about being sacked from previous school role

HEARING: Bury Magistrates' Court

In the dock: 5 people who have appeared in court in Bury

INJURED: John Meakin, who was attacked by a dog in Limefield and has had to undergo surgery

Families in dog bite fear after third attack in just three weeks


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