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Key places and buildings in Preston which are regularly in the news

Covid marshal facing investigation over Moor Park skaters verbal altercation

The Covid Marshal has been reported over a comment made to one of the skaters Pic: Blog Preston A Preston skater claims he was verbally abused in Moor Park by a Covid marshal. Joshua Auhsoj has lodged a complaint with Preston City Council and is awaiting a full […]

2 months ago
Worden Hall revamp will start later this month

Work to refurbish Worden Hall, the centrepiece of the iconic Green Flag Award winning Worden Park will begin late March/early April following planning approval. After being unused for over seven […]

2 months ago
A dad from Preston decided to document the experience of home-school

Si Miller's lockdown photos include the day they were taken. A Preston Dad, who works as a photographer, has been using his skills to document his children’s home-schooling experience. Si Miller has been posting to his Instagram page and website […]

2 months ago
Preston train managers star in exhibition recognising railway heroes

Avanti West Coast staff at Preston are featuring in an exhibition by the National Railway Museum that celebrates the contribution of rail workers during the pandemic. Train Managers, Janet Bamber […]

2 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Two areas in Penwortham are nearly Covid free as latest weekly figures show drops in most areas of Preston and South Ribble

Latest coronavirus figures map. The majority of areas of Preston and South Ribble have seen a decline in coronavirus cases over the last week. However, some areas such as Plungington and University and Bamber […]

2 months ago
There are empty shops across Preston’s high streets and side streets but city can bounceback as lockdown eases

Empty stores on Preston high street. Pic: Lee Sutton Due to current coronavirus restrictions many high street shops have been left empty. Current lockdown restrictions mean that only essential shops can be open. This loss of trading has meant […]

2 months ago
Haslam Park playground reopening still ‘a few weeks away’

Haslam Park is set to reopen in a few weeks time following improvement works that started last year. The works, which began in November 2020, were originally set to finish […]

2 months ago
The epidemic of dog mess in Preston’s parks and streets

Ashton Park dog waste bin “Oi, mate. You better just watch your step!” Seriously, in a completely non-confrontational way, you need to watch your step – there’s an epidemic of dog mess on Preston’s streets. Whether […]

2 months ago
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