The next Dignifying Dementia Carers night out is on Monday 17th February at The Robin Hood in Tottington Village from 7pm. No need to book, just come along and enjoy a good chat with others in the same position as you.
There is a Home Watch meeting taking place on the 24th February at 7:30pm
There will be representatives from Bury Police attending to answer any questions you may have.
You will find further information here
Our dementia page is now live with information about D-CaFF and all other dementia related activities.
The what’s on page has also been updated to include this coming weeks dementia friendly activities.
We are happy to say that our new shiny Greenmount Village website is now live.
Much of the old website’s content is currently being updated and re-added so please bear with us during the transition.
We hope you enjoy it!
Bury MBC have commissioned HKD Research to look into the dementia friendly groups which run in Bury. If you attend any groups you will no doubt have been asked to complete a survey form. We have been asked by HKD Research to forward the following and hope that as many people as possible will complete the survey.
Survey about Dementia Friendly Community Support Services in Bury HKD Research is doing research for Bury Council to learn more about the dementia friendly community support services in Bury. As part of this work, we hope you might fill in a quick survey about your experiences with community groups you attend.
Thank you for your help!
After lots of work, our new events page is live and up to date with the next years events in Greenmount, it is filled with new features and allows for direct posting on social media as well as automated importing into Google calendar.
A new gallery of images from Friday 10th January 2020 have been uploaded – Link
Saturday 08th February – Friday 14th February 2020
This programme is liable to change after publication creating additional access periods, and the public are welcome to telephone 01204 512615 for up to date information on training activities should they require more detail.
Live firing timings are:
01 April – 30 September 0700hrs – 2330 hours
01 October – 31 March 0700hrs – 2230 hours
There is no live firing after 1500 hours on Sundays.
The red flags by day and the red lamp by night indicate that the Range is active and Live Firing is taking place.
The Range Danger Area is strictly OUT OF BOUNDS to the public on these occasions.
The public have access to the Public Rights of Way on the remainder of the training area at all times, but should be aware that Dry Training may be in progress with Blank and Pyrotechnic Ammunition.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TOUCH OR REMOVE ANYTHING FROM HOLCOMBE MOOR TRAINING AREA – IT MAY BE DANGEROUS.
Happy new year to you all.
As part of the yearly tradition of new years resolutions, we have decided to comnpletely overhaul our wonderful community website.
It is still a work in progress but we hope you love the new design and find it even more useful and informative as it ever was!