Preston Labour has published its manifesto titled ‘Preston for the Many’ for the upcoming local elections on Thursday (5 May). The Labour Council says it will build on the work […]2 weeks ago Preston residents reminded voting will be different at this year’s local elections
Local voters are being reminded that the upcoming Lancashire County Council elections will be different from usual to make them Covid-safe. People are being asked to remember to wear a […]1 year ago South Ribble local election 2019 candidates confirmed
South Ribble goes to the polls in an all-out local election during May. All 50 seats in the borough are up for election. Below is a full list of everyone […]3 years ago UCLan student becomes councillor for Morecambe
UCLan student Josh Brandwood has been elected as Labour councillor for Morecambe. He was inspired by a lecturer discussing the future of politics and chose the party based on his […]7 years ago Advertisement Advertisement First Police and Crime Commissioner elections to take place on 15 November 2012. Have you registered to vote?
Lancashire votes for its first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC). The PCC will replace Lancashire Police Authority (LPA) following the election on November 15. LPA Chief Executive, Miranda Carruthers-Watt, said: […]10 years ago Conservative victories across Lancashire so far, but Labour take Preston
The Conservatives held onto Ribble Valley and South Ribble last night setting the Tories up for election success around Lancashire. Labour however have fought back today with victories in Chorley […]11 years ago Preston Elections 2011 – Before and after
Before the election, I made up a map of Preston that showed who held each ward, and attached the names of each candidate. Looking at it below, the city centre […]11 years ago LIVE: Local elections and referendum
Blog Preston will be live from the Guild Hall from start to finish to bring you the very latest news and results from the local elections and referendum. We were the first news outlet to report the fact that Mark Hendrick had been re-elected in last year’s general election, and we hope to be first again.11 years ago Most Discussed