We’ll Meet Again – Tribute to World War 2 armed forces coming to Preston Charter Theatre on April 27
Preston Charter Theatre will host a tribute to armed forces past, present and future on Monday April 27. We’ll Meet Again will present a show to celebrate 70 years since the end of World War 2. A host of stars will be performing songs and music from the war years, including hits by Vera Lynn, George Formby and Bing Crosby. Performances will come from Steve […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month the people of Preston came together to remember their heroes. Many people gathered on Preston’s Market Place to show their respect to the fallen during both world wars and conflicts thereafter. It was a remarkable sight to see so many showing so much effort to be there, even if it was only their […]3 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
Last year, Lancashire Archives put on a projected slideshow on to the side of the Archives building in Bow Lane, Preston for the national ‘Explore Your Archive’ campaign. Again, this year a similar projection event will take place, only this time one of the themes will be ‘Sport in the Archives’. As in 2013, the historical images projected onto the wall of the building will […]3 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share Want to promote your local business? Want to promote your local business?
Prestonians are being asked to help find memories of the First World War. The Preston Remembers project is looking for any stories about your Preston relatives to be part of a roadshow throughout November. People can bring along photographs, medals, letters or other artifacts relating to the First World War. Eileen Barker, whose paternal grandfather Fred Sandiford is pictured at the top of this post, […]3 months ago by Ed Walker Share
On Wednesday 5 November 2014, the headquarters of the Sea Cadets in Strand Road, Preston was a hive of industry as several organisations came together to give the building a truly splendid makeover. Workers galore were there to build, renovate and give the place a new lease of life in providing a much needed service to young Sea and Royal Marine Cadets for Preston to be […]3 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
At 11.00am on Wednesday 5th November 2014 a formal remembrance service was held at the Preston Pals Memorial situated on Preston’s Railway Station. The service was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Preston, Councillor Nicholas Pomfret and Mrs Barbara Pomfret, President of the Preston & District Veterans Council, Colonel Bernard Stam and chairman of the Preston Pals charity organisation, Mr Andrew Mather. The service […]3 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share