I’ve just finished preparing two pieces of photography for the Harris Open Exhibition. I have long enjoyed taking photos, usually of friends or family but never thought I had any […]5 years ago Artist Interview: Local illustrator and printmaker Andrew Berwick
It’s great to hear about crafts people who are able to forge a full time living making and selling their work. One such person is illustrator and printmaker Andrew Berwick. […]5 years ago Talking shopping: Life’s Little Larks a treasure trove of art and crafts
Tucked away down Glovers Court, next to Waterstones, is a wonderful little treasure trove of art and hand crafted gifts. Helena Clarkson set up Life’s Little Larks with her mum […]5 years ago Artist interview: Dawn Jackson’s glass designs
Searching for a cheery gift to brighten up someone’s day? Look no further. The Harris Museum and Shop has gone dotty over Dawn Jackson’s glass designs. She makes little glass […]6 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Quickest way out of Preston on a bike?
What is the quickest way on foot or wheels out of the city and into the countryside? A fast pedal along Lancaster Canal? Across the Ribble, south to Bamber Bridge […]6 years ago Robots and more at Lancashire Science Festival 2014
We’ve just got back from another magnificent, and free, day at the Lancashire Science Festival. It’s the third year for the University of Central Lancashire’s three day festival. The popular […]6 years ago Saddle Up!
We’ve just spent another glorious day exploring Preston’s parks and the Lancaster Canal by bike. Since my son learned to ride ten months ago we’ve both enjoyed the freedom of […]6 years ago Artist interview: Lauretta Rapley
‘Untitled – no face’ Lauretta Rapley (2014) This month Oxheys Mill Studios celebrates it’s third birthday. What better way to help the artist-led co-operative celebrate than see the latest exhibition […]6 years ago Most Discussed