The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin is located at the highest point in the town centre of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. The church is located on the edge of the town centre, and is just a few minutes walk from the town's bus and tram station, as well as the Millgate Shopping Centre and the newly built the Rock. The main body of the church was completed on the 2 February 1876, the steeple predates it to 1842. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.
The church is a regimental church of the Lancashire Fusiliers, a former garrison church, and services are held for the garrison on Remembrance Sunday, Gallipoli Sunday and on other occasions.
Mary Scholes | Jan 27, 2018
Beautiful building, so much history. Lovely coffee shop in entrance. Lunchtime recitals on Fridays. If you're visiting Bury, Bury Parish Church is a must to see
Andy Mills | Mar 5, 2018
A sacred and spiritual good Christian refuge from 'normal' life.
Rochelle Parry | Nov 15, 2017
this is my happy place, so peaceful in the grounds
Michael Wombat | May 15, 2017
Superb coffee and a beautiful church. Lovely place for a stretch of calm
Andy Mills | Jan 17, 2018
A bit of a mystery- with the film crew and all...
Nephi Peter Elliss-Dawson | Apr 3, 2018
Welcoming and friendly staff. Good cafe. The Fuseler Regimental Church with all the battle honners on display. car parking spaces. In the centre of town
Douglas Bird | May 5, 2018
Very nice & PEACEFUL. Go
Suejo Johnson | May 28, 2018
The Parish Church is situated in the centre of Bury on the Rock. Coffee shop and gift shop inside the church. Beautiful Victorian architecture. Stained glass windows. Open to the public . Also used as a concert venue!
Gareth Williams | Jul 13, 2018
A very nice church, has a coffee shop.
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