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Kirkham’s Warden Construction looks to build on 70 years of success

Kirkham-based Warden Construction has clocked up an impressive 70 years in business. More than 90 guests, which included relatives of the company’s founder, came together in Preston to mark seven decades […]

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Former Chipping pub to become homes and holiday lets over next 12 months

The former Dog and Partridge at Chipping will be transformed over the next year. A former country pub on the outskirts of Chipping is set to finally be converted into homes and holiday accommodation. The Dog and Partridge has sat empty since 2018 when […]

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Preston firm finds new home and creates city centre co-working space

The offices in Ormskirk Road offers flexible working space for interested parties. The owner of a Preston-based quantity surveyors said the firm’s move to new offices in the city centre shows the growing confidence businesses have of investing in the area. The […]

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Preston Makers Market set to be hosted on Friargate this weekend – full list of stalls

The Makers Market on the Flag Market in May Pic: Tony Worrall The latest Preston Makers Market is returning this weekend but to a different location. Taking place this Saturday (8 June) the market, which is free to attend, is being hosted […]

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Cheesemaker Butlers pays tribute to Preston firm for its help following devastating fire

Matthew Hall (left) of Butlers, with Andrew Hall of James Hall and Co. A Longridge cheesemaker has paid tribute to another Lancashire-based firm that helped it overcome a devastating fire just before Christmas last year. In November 2023 in the busy run up […]

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Drive-through Costa Coffee and Greggs planned as Botany Bay plans move closer

Aerial view of the Botany Bay Business Park site during construction A new business park will soon open next to Botany Bay featuring a drive-through Costa Coffee and a Greggs shop. The Co-op is also among the first to sign up […]

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Preston burger takeaway bags full marks in food hygiene reinspection after voluntary closure

Burgr. Credit: Blog Preston A Preston burger takeaway that was given the choice to either voluntary close and improve or be slapped with enforcement action after a food hygiene inspection has improved dramatically. That […]

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Micropub owner vows to reopen after building seized by landlord

Tulketh Tap Room. Credit: Blog Preston A micropub which was already under investigation for licensing complaints has been seized by the building’s owner – but the business hopes to reopen next week. Signs placed on the […]

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