Preston Blogs Digest

Posted on - 29th September, 2010 - 4:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Things to Do in and around Preston

This weekly digest will pull together some of the best web links and articles to do with Preston, both from our listed blogs and other sources.


At the moment we’re still focusing on blogs rather than assorted web links.

Hopefully it’ll help give Preston blogs a bit more exposure as well as cherrypicking some posts so you don’t have to.

Don’t forget, if you want to be added to the directory send an email to

1. Preston is My Paris – The local zine post a few new photos and advertise details of a new release.

2. Russian Lancashire – The blog for the Russian-speaking community in Lancashire invites readers who are involved in education to celebrate Teachers’ Day in Manchester at the Russian-Ukrainian restaurant, Aastoria.

3. The Long Lens Blog – Garry Cook presents a great slideshow compiled from photos he took at New Meadow Street Labour Club, celebrating the anniversary of the club.

4. Walker Studios – John Walker expands on and explains Blog Preston’s idea for a Preston Sound Map.

If you’ve come across any good content that’s linked to Preston, don’t hesitate to share it with us and we’ll feature it in next week’s digest!

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