Things To Do
A new weekly football session is to take place for young footballers in the city. Children aged 10 to 16 are invited to West View Leisure Centre to play a Streetwise Soccer Mashup. It launches on Thursday 23 October after the city council’s sports department secured funding for the event. Cabinet member for Culture and Leisure Services, Councillor Veronica Afrin said: “This is a great […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
A walk around Preston’s cemetery will give residents a chance to find out about the city’s past. Three guided walks take place on Sunday 12 October as the trees turn red and orange with the onset of Autumn. Deputy Leader of Preston City Council, Councillor John Swindell, said: “These guided walks have been very popular in the past, as the event is unique and there […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Preston Arts Festival is taking place at venues across the city for its 13th year. Performances include comedy, poetry, singing and art exhibitions among many other diverse events. The two week festival was launched with performances on Sunday afternoon from Louisa Stirland, former BBC young chorister of the year and the Red Rose Chorus. Events during the arts festival include: A talk by Stephen Halliwell […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share See your advert here Want to promote your local business?
There are plenty of firework displays to enjoy in and around Preston this Bonfire Night. We’ll be covering the main Preston displays but we’ve included some a little further afield for Prestonians fancying a change from their usual whizz-bang fun. The map below includes details of the firework displays taking place. We will add more as and when different displays get confirmed. If you’re on […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
The preparations for Christmas are already beginning in Preston. The annual Christmas Lights Switch On date has been confirmed. The official Christmas Lights Switch On sees thousands of people line Friargate up to the Flag Market. A number of celebrity guests are expected to appear as part of the celebrations on Saturday 15 November. The entertainment is at 5.30pm on the Saturday, with Smooth Radio […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
A film festival highlighting mental ill health and its impact takes place from Monday. Every night of the week a different film is to be shown at the University of Central Lancashire’s cinema. The Mitchell and Kenyon Cinema in Foster Building (off the Adelphi roundabout) will screen the likes of Patch Adams, I Am Sam and The Karen Carpenter Story. David Catherall, One in Four […]4 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share