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Electoral registration shake up in Preston biggest chance since Victorian era

Ballot Box The biggest chance in how Prestonians register to vote is due to happen in the coming weeks. Preston City Council are writing to more than 100,000 people in the Preston […]

10 years ago
A new lamb: Preston City Council has new logo designed by UCLan lecturer

The new city council logo A new logo for Preston City Council has been unveiled. If you follow the council on Twitter or visit their website you will have already seen the new lamb. The […]

10 years ago
Preston Guild City Games: Athletes and teams honoured at celebration event

Yunus Suleman collects Spirit of the Games award for badminton A celebration of the Guild City Games has taken place. The event sees thousands of particpants from local businesses and organisations compete in nine sports. The awards night recognised those […]

10 years ago
Free sporting sessions to be held in Moor Park

Moor Park pavilion is the meeting point for the sporting events Sporting taster sessions for children and young people in Preston are to be held. Branded as the Summer of Sport, Moor Park is to host free sporting events for 11 […]

10 years ago
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Transport Minister in Preston outlines how government funding will boost city

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin, recently visited sites across England receiving a share of billions of pounds of Local Growth Deal investment. The new deal, that will see £3 billion of […]

10 years ago
Moor Park receives £1.7 million lottery cash for restoration project

Artist impression of the Moor Park skate park A brand new skate park in a Preston park has moved a step closer as lottery funding has been secured. Moor Park is to have £1.7 million invested in creating […]

10 years ago
New Fishergate layout to be extended up to Preston Bus Station

The new look Fishergate Preston’s main shopping street’s facelift is set to be extended as the government announced more funding for Lancashire. A £233.9 million injection of cash for the county includes funding for […]

10 years ago
National strike to affect Preston City Council services

A national strike organised by a Local Government Unions: GMB, Unison and Unite will take place on Thursday 10 July 2014. The strike will affect council services in Preston. Preston City […]

10 years ago
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