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Northern Care Alliance Governor Elections

by timpickstone on 17 July, 2019

THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group Council of Governors Elections have opened and the organisation is looking for dedicated Trust members who are passionate about health and social care to join the council as public Governors. The Northern Care Alliance brings together Salford Royal Hospitals, with Pennine Acute Hospitals and runs Fairfield Hospital and at the […]

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Bury libraries are urging children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of Space Chase, the Summer Reading Challenge for 2019. The challenge is open to youngsters aged 4 to 11 and is inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. Children will team up with futuristic family The Rockets […]

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Eden Gardens Allotment Open Day

by timpickstone on 15 July, 2019

The annual ‘Open Day’ of the Eden Gardens Allotments takes place on 28th July (starts 12 noon). This is just over the motorway off Derwent Avenue in Whitefield. Lots of fun and games for the kids including Lucky Dip, Pot Painting, Making Lava Lamps, Face Painting, a Fire Engine, Crafting in wood with a Bodger […]

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A partnership between health commissioners, hospital, community and GP services in Bury has been announced as one of 10 North-West champions for the prestigious NHS Parliamentary Awards, which celebrate outstanding health and care staff. Bury Integrated Community Cardiology Pilot is a partnership between Bury Clinical Commissioning Group, Bury and Rochdale Care Organisation (part of the […]

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Bury Archives Service are hosting talks in July and August in the run up to the 200th anniversary of the infamous Peterloo massacre. Tuesday 23 July at 1pm – Dr Alison Morgan presents “Ballads and Songs of Peterloo” based on her unique collection of more than 70 poems and ballads which highlight the outrage, grief, defiance […]

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Dracula comes to Heaton Park

by timpickstone on 9 July, 2019

Feelgood Theatre Productions are bringing a production off open-air promenade performance show of Dracula to Heaton Park. They say: “We hope you are bold enough to join us as we hunt the king of all vampires deep in the woods as night falls!   Love and death fused with hypnotic music, dance, and magic illusion will take you […]

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Campaigns Internships (Paid)

by timpickstone on 3 July, 2019

The Liberal Democrats in Greater Manchester are currently recruiting for paid Campaigns Internships for the 2019-20 period. The internships are based at the offices of the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors in Salford Quays, and the work includes campaigning with local Lib Dems including the team here in Prestwich and Bury. ALDC is now in […]

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Discover new adult learning courses at 2 Open Days

by timpickstone on 3 July, 2019

Residents are invited to discover a new world of learning with the latest courses run by Bury’s adult learning service. Two Open Days are being held next month (5 and 6 July) for visitors to pick up a copy of the Autumn 2019 course guide, and meet the professional staff to find out how they […]

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Meet your new MEP, Jane Brophy

by timpickstone on 25 June, 2019

Newly elected MEP for the North West will be speaking at an event in Prestwich on Saturday 6 July 2019 at Our Lady of Grace Church Hall, Fairfax Road Prestwich.  The event has been organised by Bury Liberal Democrats, but is open to all supporters and friends. Jane will be joined by member of the […]

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Reducing Prescriptions for Some Conditions

by timpickstone on 25 June, 2019

Bury’s policy in relation to prescribing over the counter items for minor, short term conditions has been updated to include 11 additional conditions for which over the counter items should NOT routinely be prescribed by doctors. The aim is to ensure that NHS monies are not routinely spent on items where the condition will clear […]

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