World War 3Edit
Also see- WP Targets in the UK and Ireland.
Bury was expected to be bombed, but was not struck.
Manchester, Salford, Hyde, Oldham and Bolton where hit while Bury and other towns that were far away from nuked cites survived
After Doomsday Edit
Bury found itself in a difficult situation after the war fearing Lancashire was destroyed along with Manchester. Successful efforts were made to contact other towns Ramsbottom Tottington to the north Radcliffe Whitefield a meeting was called to discuss thier predicament. Things were tough for several years. The near by villages of Haslington, Edgworth, Eadenfield, Bacup and Rising Bridge joined the growing state in 1972.
It was made with the republic of Ireland and the Isle of Man in 1967. Contact was made with the Dutch of Lancashire, Scarboroughshire and North Derbyshire by 1972. Explores from Mercia, Republic of East Anglia, Carlisle-shire, Whitehaven-shire, Kendal-shire and Penrith-shire in 1979.
Bury, Ramsbottom Tottington, North Radcliffe Whitefield, Haslington, Edgworth, Eadenfield, Bacup and Rising Bridge are all doing well. Today, Ramsbottom is described as a "thriving market town in spectacular surroundings" and has a infrequent railway link to Preston.
Politics and government Edit
The Republic of Bury is a democratic republic with a figurehead assembly leader who are based at the town hall.
The army was made up from the Bury detachment of the Lancashire Fusiliers they are based at Wellington Barracks
Legal system Edit
minor crimes are punished by community service more serious crimes carry time in prison however the republic retains the death penalty for rape and murder the preferred method of execution is hanging
As the risk of famine loomed there was a fear for the republic which had turned over land for food production.
Transport changed after Doomsday from the motor car to horses and carts this changed yet again with the reintegration of the East Lancashire Railway and things went further still with the first Bio Fuel plant in 2000 this has meant motor vehicles can now be used again.
Agriculture and bartering.
Basketball, football, cycling and tennis also are popular sports in Bury.
2012 saw the opening of the Outstanding Beer Company.