Preston Invincibles Lounge will play host the the Golden Years Roadshow on Friday November 14. The show, known as the Preston and Chorley 50+ show, will be free to attend. There will be two live cooking demonstrations made by a top chef in the local area. On top of that there will be a performance from Elvis Presley impersonator Tony Ravel who will be performing […]4 weeks ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
A Caribbean restaurant and bar is preparing to open in Preston’s city centre in late November. Turtle Bay, which is rapidly expanding across the country, will be on the ground floor of Crystal House facing onto Cheapside. The restaurant is to be able to seat 175 diners in nearly 7,000 square foot. Jerk chicken and more than 50 of other traditional Caribbean delicacies will be […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
The Christmas Market returns to the city centre in the run up to Christmas. From Saturday 13 December the Flag Market is turned into a Christmas wonderland with log cabins selling local produce. Prestonians can enjoy a mulled wine or hot chocolate in the Merry Monk Tavern before wandering the stalls. An ice rink is also planned for the Flag Market during the Christmas Market. […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
A charity concert takes place at Preston Minster in late November with a talented teenager at the helm. Clark Brydon, 17, will conduct the performance of John Rutter’s music to raise money for the Salvation Army and Preston’s Space Centre. Brydon is studying at Kirkham Grammar School and is also a talented organist. He said: “Since a very young age, I have had an interest […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
On Saturday 25 October Mums, Dads, grandparents and kids flocked onto Preston’s Flag Market which had been transformed into a fabulous outdoor cinema with fully stepped covered seating to watch four different movies which were all shown free of charge during the Familyfest day organised by Preston Business Improvement District (Preston BID). To add to the authenticity of the occasion, free popcorn and drinks were given […]1 month ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
Saturday October 25 all photos courtesy of Lisa Stirling This morning, a large amount of Prestonians woke up with the happiest bruises. The reason for that is that The Subways were back at 53 Degrees having not played Preston in far too long. It was apparent straight from the instantly recognisable opening drumbeat of Oh Yeah that Preston was happy to have The Subways back. […]1 month ago by Luke Beardsworth Share