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Moor Park Conservation Area to see a number of roads removed

Daffodils in Moor Park Pic: Wolbadger Ten roads look set to have their conservation status removed from them. Moor Park Conservation Area looks set to be reduced in size by Preston City Council. A consultation period […]

6 months ago
Winckley Square guided walks to celebrate International Women’s Day

A view of the new look Winckley Square which took most of 2016 to complete Pic: Tony Worrall A special series of Winckley Square guided walks is taking place to celebrate International Women’s Day. The walks, which are dedicated to the women of Winckley Square, will take place […]

6 months ago
Winckley Square history book is raising funds for St Catherine’s Hospice

A local history book which brings together all the research undertaken as part of the transformation of Preston’s Winckley Square Gardens has raised an amazing £3,200 for St Catherine’s Hospice. […]

6 months ago
Remembering when Preston used to have its own bank

Henry Newsham Pedder picked up the balance sheet when Edward Pedder died, and found things did not add up Pic: Preston Digital Archive With news on Preston City Council considering funding a community bank we take a look back at when Preston had its own bank. Pedder’s was a household name in Georgian […]

6 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Stunning pictures of Tornado fly-past released by BAE Systems

BAE Systems has released a set of stunning pictures of yesterday’s Tornado fly past. The images show the three fighter jets in the air over the Warton and Samlesbury sites. […]

6 months ago
Watch Tornado fly past over Preston

Engines roared over the skies in Preston when Tornado made it’s final fly-past over the city. The fighter plane, which was partly manufactured at BAE Systems in Samlesbury and Warton […]

6 months ago
Winckley Square developer ordered to take down banner

'The One' in Winckley Square Pic: FWP A property developer has been ordered to remove or amend how a large banner in Winckley Square is displayed. Number 6 Winckley Square, previously known as Gorst House, is grade-II […]

6 months ago
Take a trip down Ribbleton’s memory lane this spring

Ribbleton library Pic: Tony Worrall Do you live in Ribbleton or have a connection to the area? A new exhibition at Ribbleton Library could be right up your street. The Harris Museum, Art Gallery & […]

6 months ago
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