Weekly round-up of planning application decisions in Preston, Lancashire. Decisions were made on 16 applications in the week from 31st October – 7th November 2009.10 years ago The Last Bus Station
Hated by some, loved by others. The bus station in Preston is a building that splits opinion amongst the people, and one photographer wanted to capture it in all its […]10 years ago Preston Tithebarn redevelopment timeline
The Preston Tithebarn redevelopment was due to start in 2010, but this looks a distant dream as it has been called into a public inquiry and Grosvenor, one half of […]10 years ago Interview with Preston’s prolific photographer
If you haven’t heard of Flickr, it’s a photo sharing website and allows people to post their photos onto the web. Within it there is a Preston group, where people […]10 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Jester Society brings comedy to Preston Playhouse
Another new comedy night is coming to Preston, with the Jester Society bringing new comedians to the Playhouse.10 years ago What makes Preston’s history special?
Ahead of the 2012 Preston Guild, the Harris Museum is asking what makes Preston’s history special for a new exhibition.10 years ago Grosvenor pulls out of Preston Tithebarn
Preston’s long-running redevelopment saga, the Tithebarn project, was dealt a blow last week as Grosvenor, one of the major players in the scheme, pulled out. This leaves Preston City Council […]10 years ago How To Disappear Completely And Never Be Found @ New Continental
Preston’s Screaming Theatre Company are bringing their version of Fin Kennedy’s ‘How To Disappear Completely and Never Be Found’ to the New Continental.10 years ago Most Discussed