Brockholes is Lancashire’s best – it could now be crowned as top North West building

Posted on - 29th April, 2018 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Fishwick, Preston News
Brockholes pictured on a cold day Pic: Paul Melling
Brockholes pictured on a cold day Pic: Paul Melling

One of Preston’s most popular attractions is vying to be the North West’s building of the decade.


Run by BBC North West Tonight the competition has seen Brockholes Nature Reserve be crowned as the best building in Lancashire.

Now it faces off against four other North West buildings to be crowned the overall winner.

Prestonians are being urged to vote for the attraction.


It is up against Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Maggies at the Christie, the Storyhouse and the Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Furness College.

The winner will be announced at the North West Property Awards on Thursday 17 May.

Read more: Preston buildings make the BBC’s building of the year shortlist

Brockholes won the public vote for the Lancashire heat of the competition, beating The Mill at St Catherine’s Hospice, St Silas’ Primary School in Blackburn, Rossall Point in Fleetwood and The Oracle in Blackpool.

Voting is open until 11.59pm on Thursday (3 May) and you need to visit the BBC North West Tonight website to vote.

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