It wasn’t too long ago that we were in an uncertainty about the future of Bury FC due to insolvency and in turn, fans formed Bury AFC. So, it is great to see only two and a half years later, how well they are doing. With a home win of 4-0 against St Helens Town, they have achieved promotion in their first full season. Being crowned Champions of the North West Counties Division One North is a historic moment for the club. After only losing one game all season, Andy Welsh, theSEE DETAILS
At the beginning of March, Bury AFC fans organised a raffle at the Bury AFC versus AFC Darwen game, at The Neuven Stadium Radcliffe. They did a fantastic job of raising over £4000 in the gazebo situated outside of the ground, the government matched the money raised, meaning the total was over £8000. All proceeds of this raffle have gone towards supporting the people of Ukraine. We had some amazing prizes for the raffles donated by some very generous people. Some of the prizes included: Season ticket for 2022/23 for Bury AFC.SEE DETAILS
As environmental pollution is becoming a growing concern, the government are starting to introduce more restrictions for vehicles to create “Clean Air Zones”, usually based in and around city centres. If your vehicle exceeds emission standards, you will be charged daily to drive through these “Clean Air Zones”.Currently, there are four different types of Clear Air Zones, each targeting different vehicles.Class A – Buses, Coaches and Private Hire Vehicles,Class B – Buses, Coaches, Taxis, Private Hire Vehicles and HGVsClass C – Buses, Taxis, Private Hire Vehicles and HGVsClass D –SEE DETAILS ...
We all know how much Mike loves his sports, whether it’s watching Bury AFC, out on the golf course or playing a game of cricket, Mike loves to get involved. After not being able to play as much in 2020 due to lockdown, Mike was happy to be back and just starting to get back into the swing of things. At the beginning of August during a cricket match, he was hit on the forearm with a cricket ball which resulted in a broken arm and being in a castSEE DETAILS
At the end of November, Bury AFC (The Shakers community) were collecting new or unused toys for their Christmas Toy Appeal, as well as foodbank donations for Bury VCFA. They had a gazebo where you could make donations at Bury Market, where they managed to collect 20 bags of food and toys. The gazebo was also located in the carpark at The Neuven Stadium on 28th November prior to the match, where another 40 bags of food and toys were donated!Amazing work by everyone who organized and donated 👏