Bury Market

PUBLISHED: 15:49 08 August 2013 | UPDATED: 13:58 27 August 2013

Bury Market

Bury Market


Bury Market is a multi-award winning market located at the heart of Bury Town Centre.

The Market is made up of three distinct parts: The Market Hall, The Fish & Meat Hall, and the Open Market.

The Market Hall and Fish & Meat Hall are open every day apart from Sunday and with partial opening on Tuesdays.

The Open Market opens on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday bringing the total number of stalls open on these days to 370.

The Market is a popular visitor attraction with over 1500 coaches visiting in 2012.

The stalls on the Market sell all manner of products from unusual giftware and beautiful jewellery to household cleaning products or computer accessories, but what the Market is famed for is the quality and range of fresh produce on offer. The Fish & Meat Hall is home to eight specialist stalls some of which sell award winning produce and delicacies like lamb from Morecombes Salt Marshes, award winning sausages, or game such as pheasant and rabbit.

Bury Market is located at the heart of Bury Town Centre next to the towns Metrolink and Bus Station making getting there by public transport easy.

Those wishing to arrive by road will also find the location convenient; Bury is located off Junction 2 of the M66 from where the Brown Tourist signs will direct you to Bury Market and the nearby parking.

Bury Market has long been one of Britains best loved markets and has won many awards including; NABMAs - Market of the Year in 2006, 2009 and 2012, the UK Coach Awards - Most Coach Friendly Shopping Attraction in 2012, and BBC Radio 4s Food and Farming Awards - Best Food Market in 2008.

Those wishing to come to Bury for a day out should also leave time to visit some of the Towns other attractions including; The East Lancs Railway, Fusilier Museum, MET Theatre or Burys Art Gallery.

If you are thinking of organising a trip to Bury Market or just want more information please visit our website www.burymarket.com or follow us on twitter @BuryMark


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