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Covid contact tracing comes to an end in Preston and Lancashire

Sign outside the Preston Covid-19 test centre close to the UCLan campus Pic: Blog Preston The government led contract tracing with Preston City Council and Lancashire County Council has come to an end going forward to live with and manage Covid-19. All Coronavirus regulations came […]

2 months ago
Flood alert issued for River Ribble estuary west of Preston

The UK Government has issued a flood alert for the Ribble Estuary to the west of Preston as Storm Eunice descends on the North West. The alert was issued due […]

3 months ago
South Ribble Borough Council lobby government to make misogyny a hate crime

South Ribble Borough Council has voted to lobby the government to officially class misogyny as a hate crime. On November 24, the council approved a notice of motion to lobby […]

5 months ago
Preston architect joins Lord Blunkett for Leaders Council podcast

A Preston architect has joined Lord Blunkett on the Leaders Council podcast to discuss the government’s build back better scheme. David Cox from David Cox Architects was invited onto an […]

11 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Lancashire County Council awarded £2.4m to support victims of domestic abuse

Stock photo of woman in domestic abuse situation Lancashire County Council has been awarded just over £2.4m to support victims of domestic abuse. The funding, which has been provided by the government, means the county council can continue […]

1 year ago
Preston MP slams government for leaving residents on ‘cliff edge’

Preston MP Mark Hendrick According to Sir Mark Hendrick MP, nearly 5,300 people living in Preston, which has additional Covid-19 restrictions, face a ‘jobs cliff edge’ in a few weeks’ time. He says that […]

2 years ago
Preston RAGE group wants to ‘work with Preston City Council’ to save greenspace

Greenspace being developed in Preston Preston RAGE (Residents Against Greenspace Extinction) want to work with Preston City Council during large scale developments in the city to save greenspace around Preston The group started on Facebook […]

2 years ago
Public sector cuts hit the North hardest

Government cuts in the public sector are hitting parts of the North hardest, according to a new study by a research group. Centre for Cities said the North West, North […]

11 years ago
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