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Preston paused to pay respects to Prince Philip

The ceremony lead from The Harris Museums Balcony. People of Preston gathered around the Harris Museum’s balcony, by the cities Flag Market, to pay respects as a minutes silence began throughout the centre at 3pm on Saturday 17 […]

24 hours ago
New employment park planned in Fulwood sees anger over tree felling off Eastway

A photo sent to Blog Preston of the site. A new planning application has caused controversy in the Fulwood community as residents close by to the Eastway developments express unhappiness with the tree felling currently taking place. The application […]

1 day ago
Upset parents brand revamped Haslam Park playground a ‘let down for families of Ashton’

Mud at Haslam Park playground Pic: Bev Best Upset parents have branded the refurbished playground at Haslam Park ‘shockingly bad’, ‘a disgrace’, and ‘a let down for the families of Ashton’. The comments came in response to Blog […]

2 days ago
Temporary road closure remains due to unsafe Fox Street building in Preston city centre

Road closure in St Wilfrids Street Pic: Preston City Council A temporary road closure is in place in Preston city centre due to an unsafe building. The building at 3 Fox Street is on the corner of St Wilfrid Street. Preston City […]

3 days ago
Advertisement Advertisement Lateral flow Covid tests available to collect at Preston Guild Hall from Monday

Preston Guild Hall in Lancaster Road Pic: Tony Worrall Free Covid tests have been made available to everyone to help spot new cases quickly as lockdown restrictions continue to ease. Lateral flow tests, which provide results in 30 minutes, […]

3 days ago
91.47 per cent of pupils to attend first choice primary school across Preston and Lancashire

Lancashire County Council Hall The majority of primary school starters in Preston and Lancashire will be going to one of their preferred schools in September thanks to careful management and planning of school places. […]

3 days ago
First ever Preston Live Arts Festival to go ahead in late June

Preston City Council have announced today (Thursday, 15 April) that they have been successful in securing a £841,647 grant from the DCMS Cultural Recovery Fund, and will soon be announcing […]

4 days ago
Preston councillor to call for street harassment to be made a crime

Councillor Debbie Shannon is bringing attention to the Our Streets Now campaign. How safe would you feel walking back from the supermarket to your home? Recent surveys suggest two thirds of women and girls report they have faced street harassment in the […]

4 days ago
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