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Ashton food hub founder speaks out after complaint about ‘unauthorised’ use of new headquarters

Preston Here For Humanity Headquarters in Eldon Street The founder of an Ashton-on-Ribble food hub has spoken out after Preston City Council received a complaint about the alleged unauthorised use of the hub’s new headquarters. Chris Murray of […]

7 months ago
Preston community group and local eateries restart free hot meals for the vulnerable

A hot food delivery service that gave out 10,000 free meals during Covid-19 lockdown has started cooking again. The initiative, organised by Preston Here for Humanity based in Ashton, sees […]

2 years ago
Craggs Mill set to be transformed into a multi-level community hub

Chris for Preston Here for Humanity (left) and Craggs Mill owner Richard outside the building Plans are moving forward to bring Craggs Mill back into use, after a Blog Preston post sparked huge interest from the community. Owner Richard Porter revealed that, since the post, […]

2 years ago
Ashton community group offering spaces on The J-J Effect’s anti-knife crime workshop

Byron Highton and Eve Cross Ashton community group Here for Humanity is offering free spaces on an anti-knife crime workshop run by The J-J Effect. Here for Humanity won the workshop, which has been funded […]

2 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Ashton man dresses up to deliver homemade meals to Preston’s frontline workers

Chris delivering to Preston Police An Ashton man has dressed up in his partner’s dress to deliver homemade meals to Preston’s frontline workers. Chris Murray is the founder of Preston Here for Humanity, a non-profit […]

2 years ago
Meet the man cooking meals for 50 of the city’s most vulnerable in Ashton

One of the meals prepared by Chris More than 50 vulnerable people in Preston are being fed each day thanks to a kind-hearted community chef. Chris Murray set up the ‘Ashton on Ribble Here For Humanity’ service […]

2 years ago
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