Collapsed retail chain Wilko owed more than £180,000 in total to three Bury companies and the council, figures have revealed.

The high street firm had an outlet on The Rock that closed on Thursday, September 21 after the business went into administration.

The town centre store was one of 13 branches in the North of England to close their doors on that date and was not included on a list of locations set to become Poundland branches as part of the deal.

Ahead of the closure, shoppers told the Bury Times that they would be sad to see "another" store go.

A Companies House report has now found that the chain owed a total more than £157m to businesses, including £182,820 to borough firms.

The data was laid bare in a notice of affairs of administration report.

The sum of money owed to ADM Manchester Ltd was £110,683, by far the highest in Bury's case.

Another large amount of money, £50,205, was owed to Manchester Road-based fire suppression contractor NU - Form Fire UK Ltd.

A total of £21,282 was owed to the Warth Road based Quest Personal Care Global Ltd, who are manufacturers of disposable care products.

And a relatively small figure of £325 was owed to the council.