Scandalous stories to be told at Preston Historical Society event

Posted on - 10th February, 2022 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston City Centre, Preston News, What's On in Preston, Winckley Square
Socially distanced sun seeking in Winckley Square Pic: Tony Worrall
Winckley Square Pic: Tony Worrall

On Monday, 7 March, Preston Historical Society is holding a talk which will tell ‘scandalous stories’ from the area.


Steve Harrison will be hosting the highly illustrated talk which explores a range of scandals which, while drawn from the lives of men and women who lived in the Winckley Quarter, reflect national issues which still resonate today.

The scandals will surprise, fascinate and amuse those who attend.

Read more: Friends of Winckley Square guided walk to discuss power and influence in Preston

The talk begins promptly at 7.15pm, and doors open at 6.45pm. It will be held at the Central Methodist Church in Lune Street.


Refreshments will be available in the coffee bar at the end of the talk, and there will be a chance to discuss the scandals.

You can pay on the door but to be assured of a place better to book on Eventbrite.

To book tickets click here.

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