The Society meets on the first Thursday of every month
at the clubrooms of St. Marie’s Church
Manchester Road, Bury, BL9 0DR
at 7.45 p.m.

The programme provides a series of varied meetings for those who have a knowledge of, or an interest in, Lancashire history in general and Bury history in particular.
Click on MEETINGS for forthcoming evenings.

New members are always welcome
and are able to visit the Society to see what we do
before committing themselves to becoming a member.

Details on enquiries@burylhs.org.uk
The Winter 2018 Journal
Our JOURNAL for Winter 2018 is now available.  
Click here for details of how to get one and what’s in it.
You can now buy the current issue on line
6th June 2019


STEPHEN HORROCKS with a weaving story from our own doorstep

Our most successful book about the Cheesden Valley, written in 1980 by Terry Ashworth and Vernon Sandiford

Available to buy on line
Our friendly
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19th and 20th Century Trade Directories
Researching local trades from the past? Click here for the digitised Trade Directories which Bury Local History Society helped to arrange with the Library here in Bury. Easily searchable by name, trade or street. Just follow the instructions.
To reach our clubroom go through the narrow opening
on the left of the Church and follow the path round to the back.
We now have a Members’ Library with many books, recently upgraded, which members are able to borrow for their information and research.
Click here for details.
Warth Mills on Radcliffe Road was an internment camp in the second world war. Click our link here to see the amazing Warth Mills Project website