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Fishergate Bollard sent tumbling in Bank Holiday sunshine

Posted on - 7th May, 2018 - 2:13pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston City Centre, Preston News, Roads, Transport
Bollard had been sent flying from its usual position Pic: Blog Preston
Bollard had been sent flying from its usual position Pic: Blog Preston

Preston’s most famous monument was left flat out during the Bank Holiday weekend.

Fishergate Bollard had once again been rolled off his perch at the end of the city’s main shopping street.

Costing £300-a-time to replace the bollard, which has a cult following on social media, was once again dislodged by a driver.

There was no evidence of a damaged car in sight on Bank Holiday Monday morning when Blog Preston visited the scene.

Spot the bollard
Spot the bollard

The bollard was flat out in the holiday sunshine towards YogYums.

Read more: Fishergate Bollard’s latest reincarnation is introduced

Since being reintroduced the bollard, which was put in as part of the Fishergate shared space, has been skittled by drivers dozens of times.

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