IT Support Bury
Bury is known regionally as a town whose thrice-weekly market, held on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, draws crowds of shoppers from far and wide. Its popularity has also been recently enhanced by the Metrolink tram/train service which terminates at Bury, and the reopening of the East Lancashire Light Railway which runs daily from Bury (Bolton Street) to Rawtenstall. The town is famous also for paper-making, which has declined somewhat since its heyday, and the notorious Bury Black Pudding, a local delicacy, served boiling hot and eaten as a takeaway snack (available at the town's market on market days).
Outside the parish church, at the end of The Rock, stands a monument to one of Bury's most celebrated men, Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister, and founder of the Metropolitan Police Force
Bury Town Hall is a striking modern (if rather bland) building, set around with pleasant gardens - it was opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 1954. In the past decade, much of the town centre has been developed as a large covered shopping mall - The Millgate Precinct. Some 5 miles distant on Holcombe Hill overlooking the borough, stands the monument to Sir Robert Peel - the austere Peel Tower.