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    We are sad to report the passing of long-time Bury fan, Kenny Hindle.

    Following the club for over 70 years, Kenny became synonymous with the club's plight in 2019.

    We are so glad he saw his beloved Bury back at Gigg Lane.

    Once A Shaker, Always A Shaker.

    RIP Kenny 🙏🤍💙 pic.twitter.com/CaA1vewzcc

    — Bury Football Club (@buryfcofficial) March 4, 2024

    Last week, the club were sad to bring news of the passing of long-term supporter Kenny Hindle. Over 70 years a follower of Bury Football Club and a familiar figure in the stands to many.

    Kenny was like all of us back in 2019. Heart-broken. And at a loss as to how to move forward with such a big piece of his life being taken away. His comments to media outlets that visited Gigg Lane at the time, resonated with the wider public who had been drawn to the subject of the club’s battle for survival.

    Such was his link to the situation, he was chosen to lead out the team’s of Bury FC Legends to raptourous applause at a charity fixture in October 2019. He was back at Gigg Lane for the early stages of this campaign as football returned after a four-season hiatus.

    We were all delighted that he was able to re-take his seat and watch the football team that had been a mainstay of his life.

    The club will be holding a minutes applause at our game against Ramsbottom United, on Tuesday 19th March.

    Kenny’s funeral will take place on Monday 18th March. The funeral cortege will stop at Gigg Lane from 10am on the way to Radcliffe Crematorium, for anyone wishing to pay their respects.

    Full details on the service can be found HERE. Supporters are advised that only family flowers have been requested and anyone wishing to make donations can do so to Bury Hospice at the below link.


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