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The latest news on Preston’s Bus Station. The grade-II listed building was threatened with demolition but after being listed in 2013 it has been undergoing a major renovation project.

Preston’s World Suicide Prevention Day event cancelled

Flag Market Pic: Tony Worrall Preston’s event to mark World Suicide Prevention Day has been cancelled. Preston Wellfest tweeted the news, saying: “Due to the Queen’s passing Preston City Council has, due to protocol, cancelled […]

1 year ago
Preston Wellfest hosting special event on the Flag Market this World Suicide Prevention Day

Flag Market Pic: Tony Worrall A special event will be hosted by Preston Wellfest on the Flag Market this World Suicide Prevention Day. The free, drop-in event on Saturday (10 September) will feature insights from […]

1 year ago
Preston Bus respond as Fulwood school pupils face bus fare hike

A Preston Bus service waits at the Bus Station Pic: Tony Worrall Concerns have been raised by parents after Preston Bus increased the price of its weekly school bus passes to Fulwood Academy and Corpus Christi by 40 per cent. The bus […]

1 year ago
Preston to receive £85k in Levelling Up funds for green spaces in urban areas

Moor Park Pic: Paul Melling The Government has allocated £85,000 of the Levelling Up Parks Fund to Preston City Council to create new or significantly refurbished green spaces in urban areas that need it most. […]

1 year ago
Advertisement Advertisement Preston and South Ribble plans within £50m ‘Levelling Up’ bid

Preston and South Ribble have launched bids for the Levelling Up Fund as part of a county council request seeking £50m for ‘exciting projects’. Preston City Council’s bid focuses on two […]

2 years ago
Preston Bus timetable changes for summer announced

The new bus stands at Preston Bus Station Preston Bus will be changing some of its services during the summer holidays to better reflect summer travel. From Monday 25th July changes to several services will come into place, […]

2 years ago
Ribble Motor Services and the battle of the buses

The distinctive cherry red and ivory livery was a common site in the North West and beyond Pic: Wikimedia Ribble Motor Services was one of the biggest bus operators in the North West, if not the country. By the time they were bought by Stagecoach, in 1988, they had […]

2 years ago
Lancashire Encounter returns to Preston city centre this September

The red canopy is part of the Lancashire Encounters Festival The Lancashire Encounter arts festival is to celebrate local culture with a ‘packed programme’ when it returns to Preston this September. Established in 2015 to honour the Preston Guild celebrations, […]

2 years ago
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