Self storage that works for you
Simple. Book your storage and collection online or through the phone, your possessions are collected and stored in secure, climate controlled facility. We bring your them back when you need them. No hassle. No muscle.
Book your storage and collection online or through the phone.
Your items are stored in secure, climate controlled facility.
We bring your items back when you need them. No hassle.
Storage Units for Bury locals
easyStorage is proud to offer affordable and convenient self storage facilities to residents and business owners in Bury. They also operate across the UK and Bury’s neighbours of Bolton, Sale, and Salford.
The easyStorage removal and storage model is different from other self storage operators in Bury. They send out their vans loaded with an easyPod - a secure unit where your items are placed and then sealed in front of you to make sure they are always 100 percent safe. Their friendly drivers collect your goods from your doorstep and deliver them to our self storage facility - the cost of the trip is covered by easyStorage. That's why it's a winner for residents of Bury.
The borough of Bury is a place where visitors can enjoy award-winning attractions, great food and drink, and excellent shopping opportunities. Known for the popular Bury Market on Murray Street, and traditional black pudding, Bury is a hidden gem in Greater Manchester. Located on the River Irwell, 6 miles from Bolton and just 7 miles from Manchester, locals of Bury have easy access to big city living when they want it. Additionally, there’s a variety of transport links and a reliable Metrolink between Bury and Manchester City, making it so accessible.
Bury town centre is the perfect destination for art enthusiasts. Some of the finest international and local artwork is found at Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre on Moss Street. The Met in the Mill Gate Shopping Centre is the go-to destination for a thrilling evening of theatre and music.
If you want to explore Bury’s past, there are plenty of ways to do so. Visitors enjoy the award-winning Fusilier Museum on Bury’s Moss St and also book the East Lancashire Railway to see what life was like in the age of steam. Families should try the “Day Out with Thomas” train, complete with heritage railway ale trail. If you want something more luxurious, sign up for an elegant diner-style train through the Irwell Valley.
Then there’s Bury’s Abbey Gardens, a 14-acre green lung on Abbeygate St in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. It’s a beautiful spot for enjoying quiet. St Edmund was one of the richest, largest, and most powerful Benedictine monasteries in England. Today people come from all over England to visit the saint's shrine. The gardens host around 20,000 plants and the Abbey Gardens Sundial Fountain. It was a gift to the community of Bury in 1871 from the 3rd Marquess of Bristol. This Victorian fountain is the earliest example of a sundial of its kind in England.
Clarence Park adds yet another blemish-free award-winning location for visitors or locals to relax. It is the largest public park in the borough, located just over a mile away from Bury town centre. It is home to Miss Walkers Field and Clarence Lido, it is also bordered by Chesham Woods and Chesham's local nature reserve. Facilities include two bowling greens, fishing, a cafe, a children’s park, and so much more.
Bury has other popular spaces where locals and guests can “let their hair down”. The Clarence offers variety across four floors of a restored Victorian building. It is located at 2 Silver Street. It plays host to a pub, brewery, restaurant, and cocktail bar. It took the owners a year to repair this Bury pub. The food lift, flawlessly exposed brick, and wooden beams are all part of the restoration of the original features. An atmosphere worth sharing over an ale.
Perched on platform two on East Lancashire Railway Station, The Trackside makes killing time easy. This pub serves up a hearty food menu and a wide variety of ales earning its spot on CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.
Bury is a massive supporter of local businesses. It has the highest number of small to medium enterprises in Great Manchester. Entrepreneurship is in Bury’s DNA, which creates jobs. As a result, this makes Bury a wonderful place to work. Local employment is also boosted by big multinationals and an active transportation network.
easyStorage takes pride in supporting both big and small businesses. That’s why they offer hassle-free business storage in Bury. There’s no need for extended term contracts that tie you in. It’s all about convenience and affordability for your self storage needs in Bury. Got a market stall? The easyStorage self storage units will fit goods of any size, so ideal for storing extra stock and even trailers should you need it.
Reach out to easyStorage today to discuss your self storage needs. You’ll be so glad you did.