A RECORD store is "shaking things up" to help save Bury FC.

Wax and Beans vinyl and coffee shop has added a new limited edition blue and white milkshake to its menu to show its support for the town's football side and raise vital funds.

All profits made by the shakes over the next week will be donated to the club by the shop.

Owners Ben Soothill and Louise Jackson came up with the concept together with a customer who is a huge Shakers fan, and thought it would be a great idea for businesses to get behind efforts to save the club.

Mr Soothill said: "We’re delighted as a business that is very close to Gigg Lane to be able to contribute in some positive way to help highlight the fight to save the club.

"We have conversations every day with customers that are really hurting about the current situation and we need as a community to join together in support to fight this.”

The shop owners are also hope their campaign will encourage other businesses to join forces and follow in their footsteps.

Ms Jackson added: "As a lifelong Bolton Wanderers fan, I feel for the Bury fans.

"It’s absolutely devastating to see this happen to any club, especially one so close to home and with something that so nearly happened to Bolton as well.

"All we need now is lots of people to show their support and help raise some money and awareness for the cause."

Wax and Beans opened 12 weeks ago at The Art Picture House ­in Haymarket Street and is the first independent vinyl store to open in Bury since 2011.

It stocks a wide range of vinyl records, as well as serving coffee and refreshments and is open weekdays 7am to 7pm, Saturdays 9am to 6pm and Sundays 10am to 5pm.