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How Preston firms affected by tier-three restrictions can apply for up to £3,000 in grant funding

Candidates are battling for a seat at Preston Town Hall Pic: Tony Worrall A grant for businesses who have been affected by the new local restrictions is being overseen by Preston City Council. Businesses in the Preston City Council area are eligible for […]

4 weeks ago
Preston members clubs tier-three restrictions alcohol loophole to be closed by government

A loophole in the restrictions had meant venues with a club premises certification would have been allowed to re-open to serve booze to members Pic: Pixabay A loophole that was revealed this week, allowing social clubs and working mens clubs in Preston to stay open and serve alcohol, is being closed by the Government. There was […]

4 weeks ago
Latest plans for the former Touch of Spice restaurant in Broughton lodged

What the new apartments will look like. Pic: Planning application Preston City Council The former Touch of Spice restaurant, Garstang Road is to be turned into residential apartments if planning applications are approved. The former restaurant, that has already been demolished, will be […]

4 weeks ago
Preston City Council receives £366,000 grant to help those impacted by coronavirus

Preston City Council town hall. Pic: Tony Worrall Preston is to receive £366,176.76 as a general support package to help the city through the coronavirus pandemic. The money is aimed to help those in the city struggling to […]

4 weeks ago
Advertisement Advertisement Leader of South Ribble Borough Council shares open letter condemning MP’s vote against free school meals

School canteen. Pic: Katrina_S Pixabay Councillor Paul Foster, Leader of South Ribble Borough council has sent an open letter to Katherine Fletcher, the MP for South Ribble. In the letter, Cllr Foster condemns MP Katherine […]

4 weeks ago
Latest Preston planning applications for October 16 to October 23

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 16 and October 23. To see more applications in Preston or where you live, follow this link. Erection of a two […]

1 month ago
Preston people rally to help feed the city’s children

Shannon and Georgia Speariott Preston people have rallied round after Conservative MPs voted against extending free school meals for deprived children during the holidays. Existing support is being added to by local people who […]

1 month ago
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 […]

1 month ago
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