Earlier this year myself and good friend Conor O’Grady, both from Fulwood, made a short documentary, called Making the News, about a former journalist, Ed Mitchell, who lost everything to bankruptcy in 2007. Now, we are planning our next short documentary, which we hope to shoot early next year, however, we need your help. ‘Action Records: Chased by nuns’ is the working title and as […]2 weeks ago by Daniele Baron Share
Preston cricket legend Andrew Flintoff made a winning comeback to help Lancashire to victory over Worcestershire. In a long awaited return to the game Freddie took a couple of wickets in what turned out to be a one-sided T20 Blast match. Although he didn’t get chance to bat his contribution helped Lancashire to the top of the North group league table. A shame there was […]5 months ago by Tony Worrall Share
This time last week I was already getting excited for Saturday 10th May. Some of you may remember the preview I wrote, around a month ago, about the No Ego Challenge. Well, the time had come for our team, hilariously named ‘Powerpuff Girls’, to take on the popular South Preston mud challenge. I was running the course with my two brothers, one of my brother’s […]7 months ago by Daniele Baron Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
You will have no doubt read about, or seen on TV, the Penwortham shop that went viral. Integrate’s charity shop on Liverpool Road were selling jeans at £1.50 when a local resident sent them a furious letter. Integrate is a social enterprise group that provides a support service to help people with disabilities fully develop within their chosen community. This includes everything from finding accommodation […]7 months ago by Daniele Baron Share
Preston life featured in a national newspaper today. And, no, it was not a story about Preston Bus Station. The Guardian on Saturday focused on the working of the Lancashire Register Office in Preston. In an article titled ‘Births, marriages, deaths: A day in the life of the Register Office‘ the paper took an affectionate look at the seemingly quaint notion of visiting a register […]10 months ago by Tony Worrall Share
If you’ve got a great business idea, just started your own business or still in the early stages of growing your business then head for BrewStart. BrewStart offers Early Stage and Start-Up business founders a unique opportunity to gain help with business challenges in a friendly, informal environment. Led by Jonny Gledhill, Dan Fisher and Amy Blundell, successful local business founders and managers, state that […]10 months ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share