Preston North End Football Club is marketing the space once used by the National Football Museum. Established in 2001 the football museum at Preston’s Deepdale Stadium – the oldest continually used professional football ground in the world – closed in April 2010 ahead of a move to Manchester’s Urbis building. A move that was acrimonious to many in Preston. Until recently there were stories that […]2 years ago by Tony Worrall Share
Announced on the Preston North End website today, tickets are being offered for just £5 for all supporters for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy northern final on 10 January. The Lilywhites will make their second trip to the Coventry City Ricoh Arena in less than a month with a place in northern final up for grabs. The full package is available for under £20. Tickets just […]2 years ago by Tony Worrall Share
After doing a year of weekly photographs for BlogPreston I thought I’d look to do something a little bit different for 2013. My intention is to provide a downloadable desktop wallpaper each month with a calendar built in to the picture. I normally create a desktop wallpaper calendar each month for myself and find it very useful, having the dates as a handy reference. The […]2 years ago by Paul Melling Share Want to promote your local business?
At the meeting of the Preston Historical Society on Monday 3rd December Emma Heslewood, The Curator of History at the Harris Museum, kindly gave us a splendid insight of the life of Will Onda. Will Onda whose real name was Hugh Rain was one of Preston’s renowned characters of the late 19th century and early 20th century. We learned that he was a very accomplished […]2 years ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
We left last week’s round up after the win against Carlisle in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on penalties. The draw for the second round took place on the day of the away game against Bury on Saturday. As fate would have it, the tie was exactly the same as the game for the second round this time last year with North End facing Morecambe away […]2 years ago by Jake Oates Share
Graham Westley seeks a second consecutive home win with a meeting against relegation-threatened Walsall. Following last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United, Preston lie 13th in the table with fading play-off hopes, while Walsall currently occupy the final relegation spot. All coverage of the encounter will appear here at 2.30 pm on Saturday 25th February.2 years ago by David Stubbings Share