While the big silver venue across the road might be preparing to shut up shop for live music, The Ferret is going strong. It saw up and coming rockers The Struts headline a busy show with their power-pop rock. The Derby-based band are about to release their debut album Everybody Wants at the end of July. Single Put Your Money On Me is currently doing […]3 months ago by Ed Walker Share
As the planning approval application for the Mulbury Homes building project has now been accepted, it spurred us on to looking into the history of the former India Mill which stood on the future building site for almost 140 years. Looking at the aerial image above, the building with the red marking around it, is the site of the former India Mill buildings; it stretched […]4 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
With the recent announcement of the possible re-use of a section of the former Preston and Longridge railway line as a new tramway for Preston, we thought that it would be interesting to look into Preston’s trams of times gone by. Horse drawn tramways were in force in Preston from 1879 and were a very successful form of public transport in their time. The main […]4 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share Want to promote your local business?
Preston is blessed with some great canal walks and it was while out walking close to the new Ribble Link sculpture that this photograph was taken. The canal boats were waiting patiently to be assisted through the first of the lock gates on the Ribble Link which leads them down to the River Ribble and Preston Dock. The photo was taken on a Fuji X-Pro1 […]4 months ago by Paul Melling Share
Revellers were out in full force on Saturday night in Preston’s city centre to be astounded by such spectacles as a giant Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. There was also a life size dinosaur on the prowl and a giant Lego Man too. Together, these figures created quite a stir one way or another. One of the exciting attractions of the event was the Bank […]4 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
Preston students had their photographic work showcased at UCLan last week. We found out about more about the projects the students ran at the Prior exhibition. Mark Ashton My practice has developed into two specific forms – alternative photographic processes and sculpture. Through visiting researching sites with two types of structures, I study interventions on the landscape. The first it’s decaying modernist structures and the […]4 months ago by Ed Walker Share