A Preston community group welcomed residents to a summer fair last weekend to help raise funds for vital renovation work on its local centre.Advertisement
On Sunday, 21 August, Preston Community Hub (PCH) hosted its inaugural Annual Charity Summer Fair on Samuel Street to encourage the community ‘to get together and celebrate’.
PCH is raising funds for ‘costly’ remedial works, including a roof repair project and other refurbishments.
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Taz Ali BEM, a trustee of PCH, said: “At PCH, we want to keep building services that provide and continue to evolve and meet the needs of an ever-changing community.
“We currently provide a service of food provision for the community four days a week.”
The hub seeks to provide further services, including upskilling workshops, a homework club, tea and coffee mornings and more community-related sessions.
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Preston Photographic Society’s Paul Yates attended the event to take photos during the day.
You can view the snaps below.
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