2020 has been a record-breaking year as more than 2,000 green spaces across the country get the international quality mark. And Preston has come up smelling of roses, with six […]8 months ago Six Preston parks keep the green flag flying
Preston’s parks have been recognised once again for their glorious views, flowers and upkeep. The latest Green Flag Awards sees Preston City Council keeping the green flag flying at five […]2 years ago Vehicle seized after fly-tipping incident at Fishwick Bottoms
The waste that caused the fly-tipping investigation A large vehicle has been seized after a large fly-tipping incident at Fishwick Bottoms. The enforcement team at Preston City Council began an […]4 years ago Five Preston parks named among the best in the world
Preston parks have been earning plaudits again. Credit: Tony Worrall Five of Preston’s Parks have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the very best in […]4 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Heritage Open Days, Sunday September 13
Preston’s Heritage Open Days event draws to a close after a four day weekend of exploring hidden gems of the city through tours and open visits. The event has seen […]6 years ago Quickest way out of Preston on a bike?
What is the quickest way on foot or wheels out of the city and into the countryside? A fast pedal along Lancaster Canal? Across the Ribble, south to Bamber Bridge […]7 years ago A Colorful Mosaic Designed by St. Matthew’s School Children
New mosaic designed by the pupils of St Matthews school in Preston with help from Mosaic artist, Christie Webster Chrissy, a Mixed Media Mosaic & Craft Tutor and Community […]8 years ago Dawn Chorus
The Fishwick Bottoms nature reserve will play host to the magical experience of the dawn chorus this Saturday 24th April and Preston’s park rangers are encouraging people to come along […]11 years ago Most Discussed