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Plea for Race For Life cash as £6,000 remains outstanding

Cancer Research UK is urging people who took part in this year’s Race For Life and Pretty Muddy to return their sponsorship money. More than £6,000 of sponsor money is […]

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Meet Shankly, the dog with a nose for trouble in Preston

If you’re out in town tonight, keep your eye out for new kid on the block Shankly. Preston Police’s newest recruit will be on the city’s streets serving out ‘ruff’ […]

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The three Prestonians who cycled 300 miles for causes close to them

John (left) and Rachelle and Rebecca all complete the London to Brussels cycling challenge Three Prestonians have completed a 300-mile cycling challenge to raise funds for causes close to their hearts. Fulwood grandad John Farnden completed the London to Brussels journey to raise money […]

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New ‘What The Flock’ crowdfunder to tackle loneliness in Preston and beyond

A Lonk sheep steals the show at the What The Flock launch A new crowdfunding campaign aimed at tacking loneliness in Preston and across Lancashire has launched. Age Concern’s launch event for the What the Flock (#wtf) campaign featured an award-winning cartoonist, […]

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Advertisement Advertisement Police are looking for missing boy, last seen in Fishergate

Police are asking for the public’s help in finding 16-year-old Brandon Fisher, who was last seen in Fishergate. Brandon is missing from Skelmersdale but has links to Preston, Leyland and […]

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Tales from a survivor on World Sepsis Day

Hospital patient Pic: Parentingupstream from Pixabay Although sepsis is life-threatening it isn’t always recognised, so World Sepsis Day aims to shine a spotlight on the condition and raise awareness. A rare but serious complication of an […]

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Four months of delays expected as work starts to replace electric cables near Bluebell Way

Motorists are being warned to leave more time for their journeys in north Preston, near M6 junction 31a due to work to install a new electricity cable. The work to […]

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How over 3,000 people used Preston’s holiday hunger markets this summer

Food available at a Holiday Market This summer over 3,000 people visited markets across Preston aimed at helping to ease holiday hunger. The Holiday Market project was supported by Preston City Council and delivered by schools, […]

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