Date: 5th March 2014 at 8:47pm
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Bury chairman Stewart Day has said that the club will be doing all it can to mark its 130th anniversary next season by achieving promotion back to League One.

The ambition was announced to fans in an open letter to fans to mark the announcement of next season’s ticket prices which can be found in full by Clicking Here.

The letter opens by explaining that this season has been a ‘tremendous’ learning curve for everyone at the club with plenty of ups and downs over the months so far, and he acknowledges that when the new regime came in the club were very much on the back foot in a host of areas and of course mistakes have been made along the way, but those mistakes have resulted in the club learning from them and ensuring that procedures are now in place for better and more efficient running in the future.

‘On the pitch things have taken an amazing up turn and things are already being put in place for next season with the dedication and commitment of the gaffer and his team, I am confident the future looks very bright.’

The letter continues.

‘The 2014-15 season is a major celebration as we are celebrating our 130th anniversary year as well as starting our first fully prepared promotion challenge year.’

It is with that in mind that the club have priced next terms season tickets in the manner they have done, as they are hoping to encourage a record breaking year for the club, but are also mindful of the continuing economic climate.

For further details and changes planned for next season please click the above link.