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    Incoming – Welcome To Bury Andre Gomes & Joe Maguire

    Dave McNabb has added a two players to his squad ahead of the deadline for registering players in the NWCFL, which comes into force after Sunday.

    We are delighted to announce the additions of Brazilian shot stopper Andre Mendes and experienced defender Joe Maguire.
      Andre Mendes

    Brazilian Goalkeeper Andre da Silva Mendes has joined the club from NPL side Lancaster City.

    The Portuguese shot-stopper spent time on loan at NPL West side Colne before playing 10 games at the end of last season for Ashton United and has appeared 33 times for the Dolly Blues this term.
      Born in Brazil, Andre moved to Portugal aged six and was part of the Benfica Academy before moving to England aged 13.

    We asked Dave McNabb about his new signing and he said:
        Joe Maguire

    We are pleased to announce the signing of defender Joe Maguire.

    The left sided defender, who was most recently at Tranmere started his career at Liverpool and has also played for Fleetwood, Crawley Town and Accrington Stanley.

    Speaking about his new recruit, manager Dave McNabb said the following:
        Please make sure you give them a proper Bury welcome and get behind Dave and the team as we continue our promotion charge. Both signings are subject to league approval.
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    This Saturday: Pitch Inspection

    We will hold an early pitch inspection on Saturday morning to review the pitch after what we expect will be further spells of rain due across tonight and through Friday. More details are provided below.

    Following the recent postponements at Gigg Lane of both the initial Wythenshawe fixture (twice), and our game against Ramsbottom United last week (for the third time), the grounds staff started urgent remedial works to the pitch in an attempt to improve its condition.

    Across several large parts of the playing surface, water has been gathering and not draining owing to an impermeable layer which is preventing passage of surface water. This is impossible to fix without removing the turf. Continuous spells of rain, which we have had for months now, have inevitably left the surface unfit for play.

    Over the past week, the ground has been dug up in the worst areas and replacement turf has been laid to bring the pitch up to a standard suitable to play the final games of the season.

    Further heavy downpours since weekend, when the new turf was delivered, have hampered progress. The ground staff have worked around the clock to prepare the pitch in the best way possible.

    We will have the pitch inspected ahead of Saturday as early as possible to assess if the game can be played, given the continuing bad weather.

    Tickets for the South Stand and the Main Stand have sold out, and we have taken advance tickets for the Cemetery End off sale as a precaution given the risk of the game not being played. Should the game take place, we can put the tickets back on sale, with cash / card turnstiles also available for supporters looking to pay on the gate.

    We will update further on this following the results of the inspection.
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    Three Depart Gigg Lane

    Today marks the deadline for signings for clubs in the Northern Premier League (Steps 3 & 4) before the end of the season. Benito Lowe, Sam Burns and Jordan Butterworth have moved on to gain some much needed game time, ahead of this window closing. 
      Jordan Butterworth Sam Burns Benito Lowe   Benito has joined NPL side Stalybridge Celtic on a 28-day loan to get some minutes and regain fitness, joining up with his former manager James Kinsey as Stalybridge continue their push for the NPL playoffs.

    Forward Sam Burns has joins Warrington Rylands, also of the NPL, and midfielder Jordan Butterworth also joins up with Benito at Stalybridge. Both players will continue to be signed on dual-registration terms.
      Manager Dave McNabb gave us his thoughts on the players moving on:
              We would like to wish all three the best of luck for the remainder of the season.

    The deadline for signings in the NWCFL is Sunday 31st March, so keep it here for more details as we get them.

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    Team 1C Charity Fundraiser in Honour of Isla Hutton

    In an inspiring demonstration of community and charity, fans of Bury Football Club have come together to support an exceptional cause, Team 1C, in memory of Isla Hutton.

    In this year’s event, led by Ryan Jackson-Fogg and Warren Stone and including many others, the group are embarking on a dual-event fundraiser with high hopes of making a significant contribution to the charity.

    The fundraising activities will kick off on Easter Monday, 1st April, with a sponsored walk from Gigg Lane to Adie Moran Park, home of Prestwich Heys. All are due to arrive ahead of our game that day.

    Continuing the momentum, a second event on Saturday 13th April, sees Ryan run all 17.3 miles from Chorley to Gigg Lane for this season’s last home game against Padiham. A shirt auction and raffle will also be taking place, contact Ryan direct to place your bids and buy your raffle tickets HERE.

    Isla, the daughter of fellow Bury fan and Team1C founding member David Hutton, tragically lost her life in October 2022 to cardiac issues at the age of just six years old. David has since dedicated himself to ensuring his daughter’s legacy endures through the work of Team1C. This charity, which became a registered entity in 2022, operates entirely on the goodwill and effort of volunteers, aiming to support families and children affected by cardiac conditions.

    Team1C is renowned for its comprehensive support system, collaborating closely with notable children’s hospitals like Alder Hey, Ronald McDonald House, and Whiston Hospital. Their work is vital, offering much-needed support to both parents and children navigating the challenges of cardiac conditions.

    For those looking to contribute or learn more about the fundraising events and Team1C, your support can make a world of difference. Let’s come together to support this incredible cause and make a positive impact in the memory of Isla.
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    FGRS Community Hub Fundraiser

    In response to the devastating gas explosion on Nelson Street close to Gigg Lane, FGRS Community Hub is stepping up to bring the community together in support of those impacted.

    A testament to the resilience and solidarity within our community, a fundraiser has been organised with the goal of offering relief and support to the victims of this unfortunate incident.

    The main event is scheduled for Sunday 14th April at the Fishpool Liberal Club, an occasion that not only aims to raise funds but also to strengthen community bonds during this difficult time. This gathering is an opportunity for community members to show their support, offer donations, and stand in solidarity with those facing the aftermath of the explosion.

    The explosion on Nelson St. has left many of our neighbors in dire need of assistance, with damages that go beyond physical property to the very heart of our community. In these trying times, it’s the collective support and compassion of the community that can make the most significant difference in the lives of those impacted.

    Understanding the power of collective effort, the FGRS Community Hub has also established a Just Giving page to facilitate donations from those who are unable to attend the event in person but still wish to contribute to the cause – aiming for £3,500.

    This online fundraising platform allows for easy and secure donations, ensuring that every penny goes directly to aiding the affected residents of Nelson St.

    Donate here to support the victims of the Nelson St. gas explosion.

    For more information on the event and how you can help, please visit the FGRS Community Hub’s official channels – HERE. Your support can make a significant difference in providing the much-needed relief and support for our neighbors during this challenging time.
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    Treasureline: Week 44

    This week’s Treasureline Winners for Week 44 – 27th March 2024 are in! The rollover this week was £1000 and remember it can reach up to a life-changing £10,000!!

    Want to be part of it? Join here
    Prize Draw No. Members Name £1000 Rollover LM1629 A KERSHAW £1000 PB0198 B TREACY £100 WB0337 T BRYANT £50 BB3995 J DUCKWORTH £50 NJ5672 B SMITH £25 PE2610 S FEARON £25 SB1847 J NEEDHAM £10 KA0119 C EAMES £10 HC0118 B HICKS £10 NE3884 K NORFOLK £10 FB0252 K DUTTON £10 NA2187 J PICKIN £10 BG3069 T BOOTH £10 HD6860 T NEWMAN £10 HC2216 B LUCAS £10 BK1187 MR TAYLORSON £10 NQ6707 H PERRY Bury FC is a partner of NYCDA and a beneficiary of the NYCDA Weekly Draw. Gambling Commission account number 5166. Registered Office: 1-2 Frecheville Court, Bury, BL9 0UF. Responsible Person: Mr M Brocklehurst. For more information, please visit www.nycdaweeklydraw.co.uk/treasureline.
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