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The UCLan Jeremiah Horrocks Winter Lecture to be given in December

UCLan's Jeremiah Horrocks Observatory, Moor Park, Preston This year’s Jeremiah Horrocks Winter Lecture is about three North Country astronomers: Jeremiah Horrocks, William Crabtree & William Gascoigne, Britain’s first great research astronomers. Three private individuals, fully informed of the European […]

5 months ago
PCC planning committee to consider removal of trees in Winckley Square Gardens

Feature Image   A meeting will be held on 3 December 2015 to report to the planning committee of Preston City Council who will decide on the matter of tree removal in […]

5 months ago
Roy of the Rovers artist David Sque presents special A3 size ‘Invincibles’ art print

Copy of A3 The Invincibles is a special A3 size art print, illustrated by Roy of the Rovers artist David Sque, and featuring North End legend Fred Dewhurst. Printed on heavyweight, 330gsm Ivory art card, […]

5 months ago
Charity event at Bank Hall, Bretherton

Bank Hall Come and join us for Friends of Bank Hall’s next event: National Tree Week & Christmas Crafts Open Day on Sunday 29th November 2015 from 11am-3pm in the stunning setting […]

5 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement 34 things everyone who grew up in Preston knows to be true

prestoncollage Preston is a proud city, but we know not everything is fantastic. So this takes a tongue-in-cheek look at everything born and bred Prestonians know to be true. 1. Holiday […]

5 months ago
Headstone for pioneering footballer unveiled in Preston Old Cemetery

Rab Howell, Romani International football player 1867 - 1937 The campaign to obtain a headstone for Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer and the first Romani international has succeeded. The new headstone was unveiled at a ceremony in […]

5 months ago
New book marks anniversary of ukulele star George Formby’s fiancee Pat Howson

Feature Image A new book published by Lancashire Media, ‘Formby’s Lost Love – The untold story’, written by Andrew Atkinson is released to commemorate the anniversary of Pat Howson’s death. Ukulele legend George […]

5 months ago
Preston Historical Society present The Battle of Preston, 1715 and its aftermath by Dr. Bill Shannon

Feature Image On Monday 7 December 2015, there will be a talk and presentation given by Dr. Bill Shannon, to the members and visitors of the Preston Historical Society at Preston Minster […]

5 months ago
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