Local historian Keith Johnson, has published a wonderful little Preston based pocket book in which readers are invited on a tour to discover for themselves the changing face of Preston. Keith writes… “Perhaps, like […]3 weeks ago Review: Cocktails and cakes at Latch
After opening in Chorley, Latch has now opened it’s second bar in Preston. Latch is a small but sophisticated microbar with extravagant cocktails, food platters, Slattery’s cakes and soulful music! […]6 months ago What is it like inside Flipout Preston?
Flipout Preston is the new trampoline park that has opened in Fishwick, on Mercer Street. The £1million trampoline park has over 70 trampolines covering 21,000 sq foot and includes a […]9 months ago In pictures: Commemorative Centenary Service in memory of The Preston Pals
A memorial service for the Preston Pals was held at 11.00am on Saturday 23rd July 2016 in Preston Railway Station; in attendance was the Deputy Lord Lieutenant, The High Sheriff of […]10 months ago Advertisement Advertisement Hic! Hopfest returned to Preston Grasshoppers
Beer, balls and boys round 2. That time of year again where I swap the usual outfit posts and ramblings for photos of beer on a rugby pitch. I think […]10 months ago What’s it like inside Solita Preston?
I’ve been looking forward to being able to write that title ever since I heard the news that Solita would be coming to Preston back in April, and finally I […]10 months ago A parent’s eye view of Lancashire Science Festival
We’re lucky to live in a region that offers a huge variety of things to do for the family throughout the year (and often for free), though the standout event […]11 months ago Takeaway review: Gourmet fish and chips and tackling the Sumo Dogs at Friargate Fish and Chips
As it was National Fish and Chip day it seemed rude not to see what Preston’s newest chippy had to offer. Friargate Fish and Chips opened on Tuesday in what […]12 months ago Most Discussed