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Guild Wheel cycle completed in memory of colleague to raise funds for Rosemere

Work colleagues from Fulwood’s Zebra Technologies Europe Limited cycled the Guild Wheel to raise funds for Rosemere Cancer Foundation. They were fortified by ‘the force’ when they stopped off at […]

3 months ago
Preston soldier who completed 48-hour march nominated for award

James Kirby Soldier James Kirby has been nominated for an award after raising money for BLESMA. He completed a 48-hour march in memory of his mum who died from coronavirus. James marched […]

4 months ago
Andys Man Club Festival hopes to raise awareness and funds for struggling men

Andys Man Club Festival is set to take place on Sunday 29 August at Penwortham Cricket Club. Andys Man Club is a charity for men who might be struggling. This […]

4 months ago
Good news comes in threes for The Bellflower Pub in Garstang

The Bellflower Pub in Garstang have been awarded TripAdvisor’s Travellers Choice Award, which puts The Bellflower in the top ten per cent of pubs and restaurants worldwide. The pub is […]

4 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Preston Here For Humanity in desperate need of volunteers who can drive

Preston Here For Humanity are in desperate need of volunteer drivers for their food hub. They are especially keen to hear from people who can help out this week (week […]

5 months ago
Prestonian raises funds for Baby Beat by climbing Ben Nevis

A Preston man has taken on Ben Nevis to raise vital funds for a maternity services charity who helped him and his family through a very challenging time. Chris Wilding, […]

5 months ago
Penwortham pupils to lobby Police and Crime Commissioner over homelessness support

Students reading Stone Cold to suppose the Rise and Shine Charity. Pupils at Penwortham Priory Academy are reading a book about homelessness and connecting with Rise and Shine charity to prepare to write a letter to the Police and Crime Commissioner. […]

7 months ago
Preston soldier completes 48-hour march in memory of mum who died from Covid

James Kirkby completing his 48-mile march. Pic: James Kirkby Soldier James Kirby has completed a 48-hour march in memory of his mum who died from coronavirus. James marched from Preston Flag Market at the Cenotaph to ITC Catterick and […]

7 months ago
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