With the news this morning of the Fishergate Hill Conservation Area Action Plan which is coming into force, we thought it would be interesting to look at some images from […]6 years ago Can you unravel the mystery of the Rossall Hoard of Roman Coins at the Harris Museum?
Harris Museum & Art Gallery want you to help solve the mystery of the Rossall Hoard of Roman Coins. As part of their Money Matters project, they have been researching […]6 years ago Harris Museum shares secrets of conservation in free workshops this Saturday
Harris Museum & Art Gallery will be sharing their secrets this weekend. From 11am-4pm this Saturday (October 11), the curators and experts at the museum will demonstrate how they preserve […]7 years ago Preston Historical Society open day as part of the National Heritage weekend
On Saturday 13 September the Preston Historical Society will be holding their annual open day at St John’s Minster as part of Preston’s National Heritage Open Days events. Anyone who has […]7 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Moor Park as it was and how it has changed over time
Following our recent report on the Moor Park restoration project we thought it might be interesting to take a look back at the park’s history. Moor Park was originally known […]7 years ago A bumper start to the new Preston Historical Society season
The Preston Historical Society started the new season of talks on Monday evening of 1 September with the renowned local historian and much loved, Stephen Sartin. Mr Sartin has always […]7 years ago 450 year old Shakespeare’s connections with Preston
It was William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday this week, but did you know he may have spent a couple of those years in and around Preston? A story that has baffled […]7 years ago UCLan students record Lancashire Mill workers experiences
University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) students carrying out a Community History Project entitled ‘Women in the Mills’. Are you a woman who worked in a mill in Lancashire? A group […]7 years ago Most Discussed