March 14, 2012 Bury Council by Craig Allen
Another banner is flying proudly over Bury Market after the town’s famous attraction won another award.
The market was awarded the 2012 NABMA Award for Britain’s Best Market Attraction, proving it continues to be one of the best markets in the country.
The National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA) picked Bury Market from the 1,150 markets it represents to receive the accolade. Bury was also shortlisted for ‘Best Speciality Market’ for Bury Meat & Fish Hall, and for Best Market Hall.
Market bosses have just picked up the special banner, and it was formally unveiled by the Mayor of Bury, Councillor Yvonne Creswell.
Andrew Heyes, Bury markets manager, said: “We never get blasé about winning awards, and we are very proud of this one. It shows just how much Bury Market is valued by people from across the country.”
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