Who: Black Star Riders, Tax the Heat, Monster Jaw When: Tuesday August 5 Where: Club 53 Degrees How much: £22.50 Event of the week is back after a short enforced break and what a strong return gig it is. Black Star Riders are essentially Thin Lizzy recording under a new moniker, free of the expectations of their original name. It is tonight though, so make sure […]4 weeks ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Preston’s newest dining experience is almost here. Construction work at Agenda Tapacea tapas bar is well underway. The new city centre eatery promises to deliver the finest in Mexican, Spanish/Basque tapas using the finest and freshest ingredients using local produce. They say their cocktails will be served up by one of the worlds best Cocktail makers. Dishes start at only £5.50 and Spanish beers include […]4 weeks ago by Tony Worrall Share
Preston’s dragon boat racing wasn’t without incident on Saturday as two crews ended up in the Docks. Teams competed despite the poor weather conditions to raise money for charity. But two of the teams were tipped over in the Docks and forced to abandon ship. The two boats were supporting Derian House, the yellow boat is KINGSLAND 5-0 and the blue boat is PURPLE GROOVE […]1 month ago by Ed Walker Share Want to promote your local business?
When you’ve signed up for a spot of dragon boat racing you’re not going to let a drop of rain spoil your day. That was certainly the case for hundreds of people from local companies who braved the elements to take part or support their teams in a charity event at Preston Docks on Saturday. Everyone seemed to be having a good time and there […]1 month ago by Paul Melling Share
An indoor beach returns to a Preston shopping centre on Saturday for the month. St George’s Shopping Centre is shipping in 11 tonnes of sand, decking and a seven meter tall palm tree. Shoppers can pull up a deck chair and take a break from the shopping in the 28 metre square beach. Andrew Stringer, general manager at St George’s Shopping Centre, said: “Bringing back […]1 month ago by Ed Walker Share
Free microchipping for dogs takes place in Fulwood on Saturday. The Preston City Council citizen zone bus and dog wardens from the council will be at the Millennium Hall on Neapsands Close. The Hall is opposite the Anderton Arms oub. The wardens will be there from 12noon until 4pm. Local police officers are also on hand to offer bike coding and tagging of items with […]1 month ago by Ed Walker Share