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Bury Market
Bury
Greater Manchester

BL9 0BJ | View map
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Supermarket goods are over packaged and over priced and for sustainability, markets are winning hands down. Customers can select unpackaged fresh food; they save the planet by shopping locally and they save on food miles.

Readers may like to know that Bury's World Famous Market is the only outright winner of the prestigious Best Market in Britain Award.
It's definitely worth a visit - you want find a better market anywhere. Forget your trendy but expensive farmers markets, and your over packaged ands over priced supermarkets, go to the nirvana of quality at Bury‚s World Famous Markets on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
This shopping venue that attracts over 1000 coaches; 370 stalls; draws in the crowds from far and wide and it has free coach parking, and a free driver's lunch.

Isn't it about time that people start to think about how to beat the recession blues by buying better at Bury Market? You won't find a better market anywhere.

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