Former Preston football museum site up for rent

Posted on - 10th January, 2013 - 12:11am | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, Preston North End, Uncategorized

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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 the Deepdale site would be available for storge but is now available to rent.

Agent Nolan Redshaw is marketing the 6,500 sq ft ground floor unit.

The unit, which faces Sir Tom Finney Way, is the main entrance to the stadium with large areas of car parking outside.

Mike Redshaw, Director of Nolan Redshaw commented: “As the space is open-plan, its flexibility means that it has the potential to be either extended or split into smaller units. We look forward to securing an operator that will work in partnership with Preston North End Football Club.”

Nolan Redshaw is sole agent on the scheme.

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