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Preston Bus Station campaigners celebrate the building’s 44th birthday ahead of heritage parade

Posted on - 22nd October, 2013 - 8:58pm | Author - | Posted in - News, Preston Bus Station
John Wilson, right, who has led the campaign to have the building listed cuts the birthday cake

John Wilson, right, who has led the campaign to have the building listed cuts the birthday cake

Preston Bus Station campaigners and fans have been celebrating the building’s birthday.

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The iconic grade II listed building turns 44 today and campaigner John Wilson was joined by others for a slice of cake in the Bus Station cafe.

Local artist Bernie Blackburn was on hand to snap it and also provide a birthday card for the Bus Station.

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Campaigners who want to see the building refurbished will march on Saturday 2 November to show their support for the building.

Under the slogan “Heritage Not Demolition” the parade will run from Lune Street to the Flag Market.

It’s due to start at 11am.

Have you been wishing the Bus Station happy birthday? Will you be joining the parade? Let us know in the comments below

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