For my sins I spent a quiet afternoon trawling the online comment sections of local Facebook community groups (please don’t judge me, there was a pandemic and it was raining). I […]3 years ago Joseph Livesey: Preston’s greatest social reformer or Preston’s greatest killjoy… or both?
People often say to me: “You must be fun at parties,” which is baffling, because I genuinely am not. In this though, I like to think I’ve found a kindred […]3 years ago Preston’s first Repair Cafe is coming to the city
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As I make my way through the sprawl of the Red Scar Industrial Estate, it’s hard not to notice the hustle along with the bustle. Units here are still in high […]3 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Celebrating the continued success of Moor Park Skatepark
This past year there seems to have been a string of negative stories attached to Preston’s parks – from the £44,000 Haslam Park upgrade, which we could charitably describe as “baffling”, […]3 years ago Baltimore musician on ‘returning’ to this year’s Preston Jazz and Improvisation Festival
Has the sound of a plaintive saxophone playing the minor ii-V-I scale been absent from your life too long? Perhaps you’ve missed the subtle interplay of guitarists experimenting with the dissonant and […]3 years ago Home hair cut tips to get you ready for Preston reopening
It’s been two weeks since schools reopened and have I missed homeschooling? Well look, I love spending time with my 7-year-old son but… if I had to spend another two months […]3 years ago The epidemic of dog mess in Preston’s parks and streets
“Oi, mate. You better just watch your step!” Seriously, in a completely non-confrontational way, you need to watch your step – there’s an epidemic of dog mess on Preston’s streets. Whether […]3 years ago Most Discussed