Bury Parish Council’s new website has now been up and running for a couple of weeks and is well worth a browse! There are many interesting features in the new website and it very much rewards some exploring. Here are just a few of the features you should look out for:
*A rolling news column that keeps you up to date with developments in and around the village, including parish council news, and also allows you to search for past news items by category.
*Fascinating pages on aspects of life in Bury including open spaces, village walks, and past literary and cultural connections.
*A Memories of Bury section which contains absorbing recollections of life in the village in the past, as well as one or two intriguing Internet links, including a video of fun and games at the Black Dog & Duck public house around 60 years ago!
*In the Galleries section, there is a wonderful collection of old postcards of Bury, kindly lent to the website by Tony Pratt, creator of the Arun Valley Post Card Trail.
*A very useful Parish Map that you can enlarge so that you can identify parish landmarks and clearly see where the parish boundaries lie.
*Useful contact information for local groups, organisations and businesses you may need.
*A What’s On column which will keep you abreast of new forthcoming events – hopefully these will proliferate once Covid-19 is finally in retreat.
* A guide to local places to eat and stay.
*Access to useful PDF documents, including a guide for New Residents and a village Flood Advice leaflet.
*Easy access to all Bury Parish Council agendas, minutes etc.
You may notice one or two pages of the website currently remain empty. Bear with us. Work is still in hand to get the website fully populated.
The address is https://buryparishcouncil.