Tim Pickstone

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Permit needed to take a van or trailer to the tip

by timpickstone on 23 November, 2021

From 1 December 2021 you will need a permit if you are taking household waste to a recycling centre in a Van, Pick-up Truck or with a twin-axle trailer. This is for household waste only. No trade waste is accepted at the Household Waste Recycling Centres. You do not need a permit if you are […]

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Parklife Residents’ Feedback

by timpickstone on 17 September, 2021

Last weekend saw the 2021 Parklife Festival weekend in Heaton Park, together with a New Order concert on the Friday night. As your local Councillors, we’re keen to get residents views and experiences about the weekend, so that we can best represent you when we meet with the organisers and park management next month. Please […]

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Trams back to every six minutes

by timpickstone on 27 August, 2021

Trams every six minutes are back next week. From Tuesday (31 August), trams will run every six minutes on the Bury and Altrincham lines at peak times (7am – 8pm, Mon – Sat). This will be followed by the reintroduction of a six-minute service between East Didsbury and Shaw and Crompton on 6 September. Peak time […]

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Prestwich Clough Day 22 August 2021

by timpickstone on 30 July, 2021

The popular Prestwich Clough Day is back, this year in August. The event normally takes place in May to mark the anniversary of the parkland which was gifted to the people of Prestwich 115 years ago. Because of current restrictions some things will have to be slightly different, but the team are keen to tell […]

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Vaccinations Update

by timpickstone on 16 July, 2021

Bury residents are being urged to get their Covid vaccinations and take the total number of jabs beyond the current 226,607. The latest figures show that 127,657 people have now had their first dose of the vaccination, and 98,950 residents have had both jabs. Lesley Jones, Bury’s Director of Public Health said: “The vaccination programme […]

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NHS Bury is offering vaccines to everyone over the age of 18, who either lives, works or studies in Bury. There are walk-up vaccination clinics every day over the next week in different places across Bury. The only one in Prestwich is on Sunday: St Gabriel’s Medical Centre, 4 Bishops Road, Prestwich. 10am to 6pm. Pfizer first dose and […]

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Vaccination Update

by timpickstone on 18 June, 2021

Three-quarters of all adults in Bury have now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, 120,340 people and 86,395 residents have received their second jab. Bury is now vaccinating everyone over the age of 18, and a number of walk-in (i.e. no appointment needed) clinics are being set up every week. We get the […]

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Vaccination Update

by timpickstone on 4 June, 2021

A total of 112,348 people registered with a Bury GP have now had their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine – and 76,180 residents have now received their second jab. If you are eligible for a vaccine you can book in the following ways: Book an appointment at one of our local vaccination clinics Book […]

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Congratulations Prestwich Heys

by timpickstone on 21 May, 2021

Congratulations to our local football team, Prestwich Heys, who are celebrating promotion to the North West Counties League Premier Division. The promotion is as a result of a restructure of non-professional leagues. As one of the top teams in Division One North Heys was entitled to apply for the Premier Division which has now been […]

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Postal Votes arrive from Friday!

by timpickstone on 22 April, 2021

Just a reminder to residents who have signed up for a postal vote, that these should arrive from Friday. Everyone will receive two ballot papers: – White ballot paper for the local election to choose a Councillor for Holyrood Ward. – Yellow ballot paper for the Greater Manchester Mayor election, to choose who will be […]

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