Preston Council

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Town Hall to open its doors for Preston history weekend

Preston’s Town Hall will be opening up as part of a Heritage Open weekend. Residents can take a look around the seat of power in the city and there will […]

11 years ago
Preston city centre study claims more quality high-street stores and leisure activities needed

fishergate Preston needs more high-quality retail and leisure space in the city centre, according to a new study. A study by Deloitte LLP, commissioned by Preston City Council, says the next […]

11 years ago
Council appoints heritage guru to help win Winckley Square funding

winckley square A heritage project has a new man to lead it after Preston City Council appointed Paul Crowther. The city council are attempting to secure almost ÂŁ1 million to put towards […]

11 years ago
Run Preston 2013: City prepares for tenth annual 5k and 10k

Runners taking part in the 2012 Guild version of Run Preston The tenth Run Preston event will see runners from across the city pulling on their trainers in September. The 2k, 5k and 10k runs attract thousands of people of all […]

11 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement BMX track in Fishwick to be re-opened after ÂŁ100,000 of work

The skatepark was first opened in 2006 A Preston BMX tramp is set for its revamped opening. The Fishwick Recreation ground has seen ÂŁ100,000 of work done to bring it up to the national standard. The track, […]

11 years ago
City Council to bid for ÂŁ2 million to restore Moor Park to former glory

moor park Plans to restore one of the city’s Victorian park to its former glory have been unveiled. Preston City Council are submitting a funding bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for […]

11 years ago
Preston City Council to introduce social media policy for all staff

Council staff could be given new guidelines about using social media Preston City Council are to introduce a social media and blogging policy for all staff. The move follows a number of disciplinaries coming about because of usage of the likes […]

11 years ago
Preston Guild Hall: Council looks for new future to save city’s main venue

The council hopes there is a brighter future for the Guild Hall Preston City Council have begun a campaign to find a buyer or supporter for Preston’s Guild Hall which costs the taxpayer more than ÂŁ1million a year to subsidise. A ‘soft market […]

11 years ago
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