Photo Booth Hire Bury
Are you having a 16th Birthday Party, a 21st Birthday Party, a 30th Birthday Party, a 40th Birthday Party, a 50th Birthday Party, a 60th Birthday Party or maybe even a 70th Birthday Party? Are you having an Engagement Party or maybe celebrating a special Wedding Anniversary, or maybe its the most important day in your life, your Wedding Day. Maybe you are celebrating a Bar Mitzva or Bat Mitzvah? Look no further for the ultimate in guest entertainment, our Photo Booths provide a fun and exciting experience and also lets your guests take home a keep sake from your special event. All our Photo Booth Hire include the following,
- Up to 3 hours service (additional hours can be purchased)
- Box full of props, Hats, Wigs, Moustache etc etc
- Unlimited Booth visits for the duration of the event
- Friendly and knowledgeable on-site technician
- Setup and breakdown of the booth
- High resolution digital image files delivered on DVD.
- Custom banner applied to prints
- Upload of all images to Facebook
- Upload of all images to your own Web Page
For the very best in Photo Booth Hire Bury please contact us on 07799 571653 or fill out the contact form on our Photo Booth Hire contact page.
A little bit about Bury,
Bury is a town in Greater Manchester, England.It lies on the River Irwell, 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Bolton, 5.9 miles (9.5 km) west-southwest of Rochdale, and 7.9 miles (12.7 km) north-northwest of the city of Manchester. Bury is surrounded by several smaller settlements, which together form the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, with Bury as the largest settlement and administrative centre.
Historically a part of Lancashire, Bury emerged during the Industrial Revolution as a mill town centred on textile manufacture.
Bury is regionally notable for its open-air market – Bury Market – and its popularity has been increased since the introduction of the Manchester Metrolink tram system, which terminates in the town. The market is known for its supply of a local traditional dish – black pudding, served hot or cold and can be eaten either as a takeaway snack, or more commonly as an accompaniment or main ingredient of a meal starter or main course.
One of Bury’s most notable residents was Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, founder of theMetropolitan Police Service and the Conservative Party. A monument to Peel is outside Bury parish church and another, the austere Peel Monument, stands on a hill overlooking the locality.