A council owned building in Church Street is due to be sold off – but no longer by auction. What used to be Bargain’s Galore is to be put on […]6 years ago How can Preston’s historic buildings be put to best use?
What needs to be done to kick start Church Street back into life? And how much does it cost to restore a building like the Old Post Office to its […]6 years ago Human remains excavated on Church Street suspected to be over 100 years old
The remains of a body suspected to be over 100 years old have been excavated on Church Street in Preston city centre. Workers on the road, where the taxi rank […]6 years ago Part of Church Street to get the Fishergate layout as roadworks resume
Part of Church Street is to see the new look applied to Fishergate extended, but only as far as the Minster. Lancashire County Council has announced it will resume work […]6 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Has the pride been lost in one of Preston’s iconic streets?
As the day began I had no idea what I was doing or why I was going to do it. But I thought I’d share my experiences with you as […]6 years ago Disability Equality broken into on Church Street during Christmas holidays
A charity helping the disabled live independently in Preston has been broken into. Disability Equality in Church Street arrived back to get started in January to find smashed glass littering […]6 years ago The story of a remarkable milliner who ran a business in Church Street for almost 50 years
Having served her time as a hat maker in a Fishergate shop, Edna Alice Deakin opened her own millinery business in 1938 at 47a Church Street in Preston, between Derby […]6 years ago Battle of Preston reenactment event The Last Battle to continue despite Paris attacks
An arts group and Preston City Council have defended their decision to continue with a street theatre performance of the Battle of Preston anniversary. The Last Battle, a light, sound […]6 years ago Most Discussed