International cosmetics brand Lush, alongside Humane Society International (HSI), will tomorrow launch a global campaign to end animal testing. In stores across the world, including the United States, Australia, India, […]7 years ago Can you offer Preston museum a piece of Lancashire history?
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This picture was taken from the banks of the River Ribble, close to the entrance to Preston Docks. It’s a stretch of the river that was once referred to locally […]7 years ago Preston craft store raises cash for charity
A leading retail store in Preston put on an afternoon of Spring craft making fun today, all in aid of a local charity. HobbyCraft, the national arts and crafts chain, […]7 years ago Advertisement Advertisement William Shakespeare’s connections with Preston revealed
A Preston-based university lecturer will seek to answer a question that has baffled literary scholars for years – did William Shakespeare spend some of his ‘lost years’ at Hoghton Tower […]7 years ago Preston’s Mad Ferret in the running for NME Best Small Venue 2012
Mad Ferret, the popular live music venue on Fylde Road, Preston, is in the running again this year for the NME Britain’s Best Small Venue 2012 competition. The Mad Ferret […]7 years ago Next Preston Social will tackle trolling
The next Preston Social gathering will take place on Tuesday 24th April, and this month’s topic promises to take you over to the dark side. Preston Social #10 discusses the perennial […]7 years ago Preston Past: Fishergate,100 years of change (Part 1)
The three oldest streets in Preston are, Churchgate (now Church Street), Friargate and Fishergate. The latter has always been a thriving area for shoppers, places of entertainment and eventually the emergence […]7 years ago Most Discussed