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- A and AS levels
- Abandoned vehicles
- Abnormal loads
- Access for Disabled
- Accidents and emergencies
- Active Lifestyle discount card
- Acupuncture, skin piercers, tattooists and electrolysis
- Adopted roads and highways
Find out why people come forward to adopt, the background of children who need adoptive parents, and the range of children who need adopting in the Bury council area.
Adult Care comments and complaints
At Bury Adult Care Services we are always eager to know how we can make our services better.
Adult Care consultations
Adult Care Services undertakes regular consultation with the people that use its services to make sure that the services being provided meets people's needs.
Adult Care Services
Bury Adult Care Services provide a wide range of care and support to people across the borough.
Adult Care Task Force
The Adult Care Task Force are a group of volunteers involved in developing and shaping services for the future.
Adult Learning continues to thrive in Bury and Bury Council remains committed to providing a wide range of educational opportunities. We pride ourselves on being able to say that "there is something for almost everyone" at your local centre.
- Adults and older people
- Advice and information centres
- Advocacy for carers
- Affordable housing
Affordable warmth is the solution to fuel poverty. Through better heating and insulation and increasing benefit uptake, many households move away from fuel poverty and the problems associated with it.
- Ainsworth Library
- Air quality
- Alley gating
- Animal licences
- Animal movement
- Animal welfare
Anti-social behaviour and nuisance
The term anti-social behaviour covers a whole range of activity which affects other people's quality of life. This page will give you more detailed information on anti-social behaviour and how to tackle it.
Apply for it
As part of Bury Council's commitment to providing more online services which will be available 24/7 it is now possible to apply for many of Bury Council's services on our website. If the service that you require is not available in the list below please click on the "Contact Bury Council" link on the right and then complete the "make a suggestion" form.
- Archaeological sites and monuments
- Arts and entertainment
- Association of Greater Manchester Authorities - Joint Committee
- Auction premises licence
- Audit Committee
In 2010, The Department of Health published "Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives: The Strategy for Adults with Autism in England (2010) and Statutory Guidance (2011)". This national strategy and subsequent statutory guidance, sets out to improve access to services and ensure that adults with autism are able to benefit fully from mainstream public services.
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