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Latest news for Preston, Lancashire. Covering the city and surrounding area this has the latest crime, traffic and travel, politics and other big news affecting the city of Preston.

Average Preston property value fell almost £25,000 in 5 years, according to online data

  With recent reports of house prices rising by an average 1.3% in December 2012 we thought it would be interesting to look at local property data. House prices are […]

9 years ago
Preston Sports Awards 2013

Preston Sports Forum in conjunction with Preston City Council will be presenting the 8th Annual Preston Sports Awards. The 2013 awards will take place on 8 March at the Guild […]

9 years ago
Church Street takeaway Dixie Fried Chicken up for licensing review

Dixie Fried Chicken on Church Street has been called in for a review of its licence Police have triggered the review of a licence granted to a problem takeaway on Church Street. Dixie Fried Chicken, next door to Lava Ignite, could be stripped of its licence […]

9 years ago
Spate of thefts from unlocked cars in Fulwood and Lea

Running from the scene: Thieves make off with the cash A spate of thefts from cars in the Fulwood and Lea area have seen an increased police presence in the area. Unlocked cars have been targeted and CCTV pictures show […]

9 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Moor Park school rated outstanding by Ofsted set to open Sixth Form

The school on Moor Park Avenue will have a new purpose built Sixth Form Centre A Preston school rated as outstanding by Ofsted is set to be given a Sixth Form. Moor Park Business and Enterprise School will start accepting pupils for A level education […]

9 years ago
Residents asked to have their say about Preston’s cultural future

harris museum A survey for residents to help define the cultural future of Preston has been launched. The Preston Cultural Framework will decide what cultural events and venues the city focuses on […]

9 years ago
Preston councillor says Preston Bus Station could be saved by charitable trust

preston bus station The man in charge of the city council’s coffers has spoken out about the future of Preston Bus Station. Cabinet member for resources councillor Martyn Rawlinson, in a blog post […]

9 years ago
Ribbleton campus of Ashton School set to be made permanent and refurb to benefit Sir Tom Finney pupils

Some pupils at Sir Tom Finney will be taught at a refurbished Ribbleton campus of Ashton Community Science College if plans are approved The teaching of children at a Preston secondary school on opposite sides of the city is set to be made permanent. Lancashire County Council has published its intention to keep […]

9 years ago
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