Man and Van Bury

Want a Cheap Bury Man and Van Quote?


Want to save even more money on your Bury Removals costs?

then use our Man and Van Bury Service!

If you have some-one who can help with loading and unloading the van then our Man and Van Bury Service can reduce the price of your move. We will just send the van along with one man (the driver) who will be an experienced mover and can guide and assist you  through-out the move.removal boxes

Benefit from his expertise as he will know just the right ways to get that awkward sofa through a tight doorway, or get the most items possible, safely packed into the van..

You can normally safe 20 – 25% off the cost of the cost of the 2 man price by choosing our Bury Man and Van option.

If we cannot fit you in on the day you need to move then check out our Bury removal companies page at:

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Also, don’t forget that we have partnered with a great Boxes & Packaging supplier so visit the following page for all your Bolton Packing Supplies delivered straight to your door:

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A few Interesting facts about Bury

Bury Council comprises of 6 towns, Bury, Prestwich.

Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington,& Whitefield.
Formed in April 1974 as a result of Local Government

re organisation it was 1 of the 10 original districts

that formed the County of Greater Manchester.

The Borough of Bury has an area of 9,919 hectares

(24,511 acres) and serves a population of 181,300

Bury lies on the River Irwell, 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east

of Bolton, 5.9 miles (9.5 km) west-southwest of

Rochdale, , 7.9 miles (12.7 km) north-northwest of

the city of Manchester
Bury is located on the edge of the western Pennines

in North West England in the northern part of the

Greater Manchester Urban Area.

The Metrolink tram takes  approximately 20 minutes

or so to Manchester. Manchester airport’ is about a

half-hour drive from Bury

Famous for it’s legendary black pudding.

The name of Bury, (also previously known as “Buri” or “Byri”) derives from the Saxon word, most probably meaning “a stronghold”. In ancient times thecomplete area was almost certainly covered by woodland, moorland & marsh and was most likely inhabited by nomadic herds-men.
A Bronze Age funeral barrow has been located at Whitelow Hill in nearby Ramsbottom. Several ceramic urns were discoverd here and are now  shown at  Bury Museum.

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