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Preston Beer Festival returns!

Preston Beer Festival is back!

Preston Beer Festival makes a return this weekend, for its 22nd year. The festival, which will be held at St. Walburge’s, aims to raise money for the ongoing restoration of the church and church hall. The event will feature live music, a raffle, a limited edition St. Walburge’s Beer Festival t-shirt sale, and of course a huge selection of beers and ciders to enjoy. There will […]

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Nurses and nursing assistants from St Catherine’s Hospice with Lucy Kay

Britain’s Got Talent star visits hospice ahead of summer Symphony at the Tower concert

Britain’s Got Talent star, Lucy Kay visited St. Catherine’s Hospice in Lostock Hall, as she prepares to perform at this year’s Symphony at the Tower. The annual event, filled with live music, will be celebrating it’s 20th year at Hoghton Tower, while the Hospice too will be celebrating it’s 30th birthday. Runner-up on last year’s talent show, Lucy visited the hospice to see where the […]

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Mike Peters will be at The Continental, Preston on March 18.

New Continental to host Mike Peters of The Alarm

The Continental will host Mike Peters’ for a night of 80’s live music. Mike, an original member of punk rock band, “The Alarm” will perform “Strength” in a much more contemporary style. The Continental as a music venue has welcomed a variety of acts over recent years, and this unique take on the bands bestselling album will hit the stage on March 18. The performance […]

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Curator Jane Davies with Sam Boast’s medals

Sam Boast’s Medals Come Home

An iconic group of World War I medals awarded to a Warrington soldier has been acquired by the Lancashire Infantry Museum following a last-minute appeal for funds. The medals were awarded to Captain Sam Boast of the South Lancashire Regiment, a famous figure in the history of the regiment which eventually became the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment, and is now the present-day Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment. […]

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‘Clothes are not Consent’ Protesters to Walk Through Preston in March

Clothes are not Consent marches have been taking place all over the world and on March 7th, one of these famous walks will be taking place in Preston City  centre. Purposefully planned around the date of International Women’s Day, which will fall on March 8th, the walk, commonly referred to as a “Slut Walk,” will see gender equality and women’s rights supporters marching from UCLan’s Students’ Union, […]

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When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish, by Dominic Berry (pictured)

The Continental to host Half Term family show

They Eat Culture will host the latest edition to the programme at The Continental with, “When Trolls Try To Eat Your Goldfish” this Thursday. The quirky-titled family comedy show will see a mix of performance and music and is one of a year-long programme to be hosted by They Eat Culture, a non-profit production group. “When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish” is the story of […]

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