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Lostock Hall

To the south of Preston, Lostock Hall is an area between Penwortham and Walton-le-Dale. It has a railway station is within South Ribble. Its name comes from James de Lostock who in 1212 built Lostock’s Hall.

The Hunters Pub to temporarily close due to positive coronavirus test

The Hunters had a major refurb last year The Hunters pub inWalton Park posted on Facebook that they have made the decision to close their doors temporarily due to a member of staff testing positive for Covid-19. Over the […]

3 days ago
All but four areas of Preston and South Ribble see coronavirus cases increase in latest local figures

The Covid cases map of Preston is featuring more and more purple - high case areas Pic: Public Health England The week from 14 October to 21 October has seen all but four areas of Preston record an increase in their coronavirus cases. Penwortham North has seen a 163.6 per […]

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Plan for your future with the St Catherine’s Hospice Wills Week

St Catherine’s Hospice is calling on people to take advantage of its worthwhile Wills Week, to plan for the future and help support the charity’s important work. Wills Week runs […]

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South Ribble Borough Council wants opinions on potential new logo

South Ribble Borough Council Pic: Ian Greig South Ribble Borough Council are looking for feedback on a new logo. Designers have put a modern twist on the crest, which was a favourite amongst residents when posted on […]

4 days ago
Advertisement Advertisement South Ribble Council reveal plan for a virtual Remembrance Sunday

South Ribble Borough Council has revealed a plan to ensure Remembrance Sunday can still be marked despite coronavirus, with a pre-recorded online remembrance service on November 8. Remembrance Sunday in […]

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St Catherine’s Hospice to benefit from £10k lockdown challenge donation

Representatives from Leyland Trucks and St Catherine’s Hospice-min Leyland Trucks has donated £10,000 to St Catherine’s Hospice following its Miles Better Together initiative. Launched to replace the company’s annual Factory to Festival fundraiser, which had to be cancelled […]

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Where in Preston Covid-19 cases have doubled, as Lancashire leaders speak out against government plans

Screenshot of Covid-19 case data map 1 to 7 October In the week 1 October to 7 October some areas in and around Preston have seen the number of Covid-19 positive cases double or even quadruple. According to government data, cases […]

3 weeks ago
‘I wore a mask’ – one Leyland man’s journey to opening up about mental health

Bob Flood with a giant Movember moustache A Leyland man is speaking out about his struggles with mental health. Husband and father-of-three Bob Flood says opening up to family and friends has helped him manage his anxiety […]

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