Runners took to the street for Preston’s annual Santa Dash for festive fun and fundraising. The Santa Dash attracted a host of participants to the Flag Market with the younger […]9 years ago Feature: Local food in Lancashire
Locally sourced food has become a hot topic in recent years. As people become more conscious about what they eat and how far it’s travelled to get to their table, […]9 years ago Preston’s parks celebrating National Tree Week
Ashton Park Rangers led a guided walk through the park in celebration of National Tree Week. Mike Ashmore and Steve Smith had originally planned to hold a community tree planting […]9 years ago Guest post: Save our club. Jalgos forever.
In 1963 the Lancashire Evening Post ran a story about a colour bar operating in Preston. An organized pub crawl organized by the Commonwealth Association discovered two bars in the […]9 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Police cordon off Deepdale area as blaze rages on
A former warehouse has been evacuated and a 500 feet area cordoned off after a four-storey building was engulfed by flames. The building, on Kent St, is home to the Iqra education centre […]9 years ago Harris Museum fundraiser to be launched
The Friends of the Harris Museum & Art Gallery in Preston are launching a £20,000 Guild 2012 Acquisitions Fund, providing cash for the Harris Museum to buy works of art for visitors to enjoy. Excitement […]9 years ago Harris Museum celebrates Preston’s contribution to the war
The Harris Museum has been celebrating Preston’s role in supplying refreshments to troops during the two World Wars. During the First and Second World War 15 million cups of tea […]9 years ago EDL & UAF Demonstrations – What the bloggers said
The demonstrations on Saturday provoked a lot of thought from many people. We saw reactions on Facebook, on Twitter and on people’s blogs. I’ve collected together some posts from people […]9 years ago Most Discussed