THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Bury5 December ~ Bury used to be the entertainment centre of Britain you know. In medieval times it had the first ever gay carnival, as symbolised by the knight in the fascinator at the top of the crest. Floats pulled by horses would celebrate the varied sexual proclivities of all Bury’s inhabitants. The top left panel of the shield alludes to the trophy that was awarded for best float in the parade, invariably won by the Reeves’ entry with its perennial theme of Gloved Masturbation To Plainsong. Read more

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