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Topic: Metropolitan Borough of Bury

The Metropolitan Borough of Oldham was formed by the amalgamation of the County Borough of Oldham, the Chadderton Urban District, the Crompton Urban District, the Failsworth Urban District, the Lees Urban District, the Royton Urban District and the Saddleworth Urban District.
The Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale was formed by the amalgamation of the County Borough of Rochdale, the Borough of Heywood, the Borough of Middleton, the Urban District of Littleborough, the Urban District of Milnrow and the Urban District of Wardle.
The Metropolitan Borough of Thameside was formed by the amalgamation of the Borough of Ashton-under-Lyne, the Borough of Dukinfield, the Borough of Hyde, the Borough of Mossley, the Borough of Stalybridge, the Urban District of Audenshaw, the Urban District of Denton, the Urban District of Droylsden and the Urban District of Longdendale.
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Bury is a town on the northern side of Greater Manchester in North West England.
It is the largest town in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury.
Bury is also famous for its fl pudding – so much so, that it is not uncommon to see it as "Bury fl pudding" on a menu.
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 Bury Metropolitan Borough Council — Main Office
Bury is situated on the northern edge of the Manchester conurbation and is one of 10 districts which make up the County of Greater Manchester.
Bury is not only well related to the regional centre of Manchester, but is also very well situated for communications with the rest of the North West and the country as a whole.
In Bury, planning is the responsibility of the Metropolitan Borough Council, although its decisions need to be in general conformity with nation and regional planning policy.
www.theplanningdirectory.co.uk /auto/main/55.html   (567 words)

 Metropolitan Borough of Bury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Metropolitan borough of Bury is a metropolitan borough in northern Greater Manchester.
The borough consists of six towns: Bury, Ramsbottom, Tottington, Radcliffe, Whitefield and Prestwich.
The metropolitan borough came into existence on April 1, 1974, with the transfer of functions from the county borough of Bury and the boroughs of Prestwich and Radcliffe, along with the urban districts of Tottington and Whitefield, and part of the urban district of Ramsbottom.
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 Bury in Greater Manchester, formerly Bury in Lancashire
Bury's Coat of Arms contains aspects and symbols taken from all six of its constituent towns - Ramsbottom, Tottington, Bury, Radcliffe, Whitefield and Prestwich.
The supporting creatures are taken from the crests of Radcliffe and Prestwich and represent 2 of their old established families, the Radcliffes and the Egertons.
Until the metropolitan borough reorganisations of the early 1970s, Bury was firmly set in Lancashire, (rather than Manchester), and many local people still regard themselves as Lancastrians.
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 Bury FC - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Bury FC, English football club based in Bury, Greater Manchester, that started the 2006-2007 season playing in the Football League Two.
Bury is located in the metropolitan area of Greater Manchester, south of Lancashire and...
Bury (town), town, administrative centre of the metropolitan borough of Bury, in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, north-western...
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 Bury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bury is a town in the north of Greater Manchester in North West England, between Rochdale and Bolton and just west of the M66.
It is the largest settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, and emerged as a mill town during the Industrial Revolution.
Formerly in the administrative county of Lancashire, it merged with the neighbouring boroughs of Radcliffe and Prestwich, together with the urban districts of Whitefield, Tottington and Ramsbottom to become the Metropolitan Borough of Bury in 1974.
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 Bury | Club | Gigg Lane, Bury, BL9 9HR
Covering an area of some 10,000 hectares and with a population of 182,000, the Metropolitan Borough of Bury is made up of six distinctive towns.
Although Bury, Prestwich, Whitefield, Radcliffe, Tottington and Ramsbottom all retain their individuality, they still form an integral part of the Greater Manchester area, which is itself the regional centre of North West England and the UK's largest economic area outside London.
For those seeking lesser-known statistics, Bury fans say that their away support, as a percentage of the home support, is the highest in the league.
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 Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerk Project
In the mid 1300’s, it is said that Flemish weavers settled in Bury, giving rise to the woollen industry in the town, and the reason for a sheep being depicted on the Coat of Arms.
The Industrial Revolution brought the growth of new settlements, notably in the context of Bury, the growth of the towns of Heywood, Ramsbottom, and Tottington.
The new Bury gained the ancient Parish of Radcliffe, and the northern parts of the ancient Parish of Prestwich.
www.lan-opc.org.uk /Bury/home.html   (465 words)

 JCR-UK - Bury Hebrew Congregation (Synagogue), Greater Manchester   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Bury was a county borough in Lancashire to the north of Manchester.
In 1974, it merged with adjoining areas (all of which had been in Lancashire) to form the Metropolitan Borough of Bury within new Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester.
Bury became a unitary authority in 1986 when Greater Manchester lost its administrative status, becoming purely a ceremonial county.
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 Avaya :: Bury Metropolitan Borough Council Leads The Way To Improved Services For Citizens With IP Telephony
Following the installation of the new system, Bury MBC is now in a better position to meet its e-government objectives, using IP telephony and contact centre applications as a platform for delivering electronic services to citizens.
Bury MBC, one of the 10 Councils in Greater Manchester, has faced a variety of challenges in overhauling its communication infrastructure.
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council wanted to take advantage of the interoperability and open standards of Avaya's IP telephony by integrating it with the existing Cisco data network.
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 Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council serves a population of some 183,000 and is the fourth smallest of the 36 Metropolitan Districts in England.
The Metropolitan Borough of Bury was established in 1974 and comprises six townships – Bury, Prestwich, Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington and Whitefield.
Communications are excellent, with the M60, M62 and M66 serving the Borough and the Metrolink passenger system providing a quick and easy link to Manchester and beyond.
www.bury.gov.uk /CouncilGovernmentAndDemocracy/DataProtectionAndFreedomOfInformation/FreedomOfInformation/AboutBuryMBC.htm   (256 words)

 Bury Metropolitan Borough Council: 28 Jan 2004: Written Ministerial Statements (TheyWorkForYou.com)
Friend the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, the benefit fraud inspectorate (BFI) inspection report on Bury metropolitan borough council was published today and copies of the report have been placed in the Library.
The BFI inspected Bury metropolitan borough council against the performance standards for housing benefits.
In 2001–02, Bury metropolitan borough council administered some £31.3 million in housing benefits, about 15.5 per cent.
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 Bury Lancashire - Bury UK websites
Bury pubs and bars; pubs in Bury, Lancashire # beerintheeven...
BURY, a township, a town, a parish, two subdistricts, and a district in Lancashire.
Bury Football Club are an English association football team based in Bury, Greater Manchester...
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 DWP - Press release: Benefit Fraud Inspectorate Report: Bury Metropolitan Borough Council (28 January 2004)
For the year 2002/03, Bury council reported that its average time to process new claims was 50 days.
Bury council had strengths in its counter-fraud activities, achieving successful outcomes in the sanctions it was imposing on benefit fraudsters and had developed excellent working relationships with the Counter Fraud Investigation Service.
In 2001/02, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council administered approximately £31.3 million in housing benefits.
www.dwp.gov.uk /mediacentre/pressreleases/2004/jan/fram2801-bfi-bury.asp   (691 words)

 Flickr: Bury Lowry
Bury Lowry is a flickr group set up to protest against the sale by Bury, an English council of its L.S. Lowry painting, A Riverbank, 1947.
In order to finance a budget deficit, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council have put the painting A Riverbank up for auction at Christies on 17 November 2006 with a reserve price of £500,000 and an estimated value of £800,000.
Bury Lowry is sister to the Economic and Social History Group - People and their Industry.
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 Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
The warmer weather and light evenings may well no longer be with us but residents and visitors to Bury can be assured that the fun is set to go on right the way through the winter months.
An exciting programme of activity is planned for November through to the end of March as well as a varied news section full of lots of interesting information and facts to keep you up-to-date about Bury.
Outdoors, in Bury's award-winning parks, there's an abundance of fun to be had with the amiable Park Rangers.
www.bury.gov.uk /Events   (312 words)

 Bury South - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Bury South - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Bury South, United Kingdom parliamentary constituency in Greater Manchester, situated to the north-west of Manchester city centre, and south of the...
Slopes are affected by and affect human activity.
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 The Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Metropolitan Borough of Bury) Order 2002
This Order may be cited as the Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Metropolitan Borough of Bury) Order 2002 and shall come into force on 14th October 2002.
(c) the M66 motorway for the whole of its length in the metropolitan borough including all its on and off slip roads.
This Order designates the metropolitan borough of Bury, excluding certain roads as set out in Article 3 of this Order, as both a permitted parking area and a special parking area in accordance with Schedule 3 to the Road Traffic Act 1991.
www.opsi.gov.uk /SI/si2002/20022188.htm   (2399 words)

 Interchange   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Bury town centre is at the heart of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury and boasts a superb range of shopping facilities focused on the Millgate Centre, one of the areas you can visit on this walk.
Bury has played its part in the industrial revolution and many of the street names bear witness to this.
As you move around our "Virtual Bury" take time to find out more by reading the brief commentary.
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 Bury PCT :: Useful Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Please note: Bury PCT is not responsible for the contents or reliability of the linked web sites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust - In April 2002 Bury (Fairfield General Hospital), The Royal Oldham Hospital, Rochdale (Birch Hill Hospital and Rochdale Infirmary) and North Manchester merged to form The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Bury Social Services Department (Bury SSD) - assess social care needs and provide services for people, adults and children, individuals or families who need help whether because of age, disability, infirmity, abuse, or neglect.
www.burypct.nhs.uk /428.html   (389 words)

 Uk Bury at Local.co.uk
AccommoSearch - Bury St Edmunds - Accommodation Database for Bury St Edmunds hotels, Bury St Edmunds guest houses and Bury St Edmunds self...
Bury boss Graham Barrow has told his players he expects them to finish a disappointing season on a high when promotion-chasing Swansea City...
Bury have moved into the transfer market to sign Sheffield Wednesday striker Danny Reet who has arrived at Gigg Lane on a month's loan.
www.local.co.uk /Bury/Uk   (227 words)

 Bury (town) - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Bury (town) - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Bury St Edmunds (town), market town and administrative centre of the St Edmundsbury district, Suffolk, eastern England, on the River Lark.
The clearest example of mythical explanation is to be found in the narrative genre developed in 5th-century Athens: tragedy (see Greek Literature;...
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 Bury Venues,Latest News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Borough of Bury (hereinafter referred to as "The Authority") and to the letting of any other accommodation
Chamber is being used for a meeting of the Council of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury or for other
All applications for hire of any part of the accommodation must be made on the prescribed form to Bury
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 Bury Phase 1 - Habitat Survey
TEP was commissioned by Bury Metropolitan Borough Council to carry out a phase 1 habitat survey of the whole of the Bury District.
Target notes (species lists and descriptions of areas of botanical note) were inputted into a database.
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council will use this phase 1 survey in the preparation of ecological policies in their forthcoming UDP.
www.tep.uk.com /bury_phase_1.html   (103 words)

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