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Election 2010 – The key figures

With Preston and its surrounding constituencies going to poll tomorrow, here is the key information regarding the percentage of voters needed to swing their vote in order to unseat the current candidate; and the time the result is expected to be announced. Whilst Preston, Wyre & Preston North, and the Fylde require a reasonably large percentage of voters to change their minds based on the last election; the South Ribble and Ribble Valley constituencies should be very closely contested – and could go right down to the wire.

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Election 2010 in Preston

Blog Preston will be covering the 2010 general election and local elections direct from the Town Hall. Here’s our live blog as the local election results are announced, follow Joseph […]

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I know several of you read my last three articles and are now becoming nature detectives. One of the best things about getting out there and enjoying nature is that […]

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Preston Tringe Update

The Preston Tringe is swiftly approaching and the clock is now ticking for groups to apply and be part of it, with the deadline being May 10th. So, what are […]

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Preston Council recruiting Guild Head of Marketing

Preston Council is recruiting a new Head of Marketing (& Development) with a specific focus on the Guild. Whoever lands the role will be paid between £28,636 to £30,011 per […]

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Keeping an eye on election leaflets in Preston

Election leaflets are dive bombing through letter boxes all over Preston as the general election looms close, but who keeps an eye on this publicity? All the main parties are […]

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