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Preston Market Hall to include pop-up poppy appeal stall

The Mayor at Preston Markets The Royal British Legion poppy appeal stall is returning to Preston Markets this weekend. Poppies, wreaths, badges and more will be on sale at Preston Markets between Saturday, 24 October and […]

4 hours ago
Preston Mayor opens expanded family-run Market Hall fruit and veg stall

Preston Mayor, David Borrow cut the ribbon on the new Fresh and Fruity stall on Preston Market. The family-run business announced it was moving into a bigger unit earlier this […]

2 days ago
Full Preston City Council response in Ships and Giggles 1p meals tier-three restrictions row

Maudland Road behind the Ships and Giggles pub is to be shut for two years Pic: Tony Worrall A popular pub in Preston is serving food for 1p after a row with Preston City Council over new tier-three restrictions. Ships and Giggles, on Fylde Road had been serving […]

2 days ago
Miller Park Lodge to be turned into a young persons care home

Miller Park lodge at the entrance to Avenham and Miller Parks Pic: Gill Lawson Plans have been approved to convert Miller Park Lodgeinto a young persons care home. The application was submitted in late September and was approved on Tuesday 13 October for the […]

2 days ago
Advertisement Advertisement Parts of Fulwood see coronavirus cases double in space of a week

The purple areas show areas with the highest Covid-19 cases Pic: Public Health England Coronavirus case numbers have increased in many parts of Preston in the week 7 October to 14 October. The seven-day rolling average has risen by over 50 per cent in […]

4 days ago
Up to £500 available for Preston residents self-isolating on low incomes

Town Hall glinting in the sunshine Pic: Tony Worrall People self-isolating in Preston due to coronavirus could receive financial support of £500 to compensate for lost income. Anyone who tests positive for the virus, or who is identified as […]

6 days ago
Latest Preston planning applications for October 2 to October 9

Preston's Town Hall - could it govern its own independent state? Pic: Tony Worrall Below are the planning applications registered with Preston City Council between October 2 and October 9. To see more applications in Preston or where you live, follow this link. 12 commercial units for […]

6 days ago
In case you missed it: Five stories from Preston this week October 10 to October 16

Fresh & Fruity- Alan, Tracy & Becky Taylor We’ve had plenty of news to bring you from Preston over the past week. The search for the Pride of Preston has begun, Preston County Council leader has joined calls […]

1 week ago
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