Bury is a town in Greater Manchester, England. It lies on the River Irwell and is 7.9 miles north-northwest of the city of Manchester. Bury is surrounded by several smaller villages, which together form the Metropolitan Borough of Bury.
During the Industrial Revolution Bury developed as a mill town centred on textile manufacture. One of Bury's most notable residents was Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, founder of the Metropolitan Police Service and the Conservative Party. A monument to Peel is outside Bury parish church and another, the austere Peel Monument, stands on a hill overlooking the locality.
Bury is regionally notable for its open-air market (Bury Market) which is known for its supply of a local traditional dish - black pudding.
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