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Virtual pub quiz as Preston arts group want to understand your neighbourhood in the city

Quiz hosts Mabel and Gladys (the alter egos of artists Rebecca Davies and Anna Francis) The pubs may be closed, but In Certain Places, an arts-based research project at the University of Central Lancashire, is inviting people in Preston to take part in a free […]

3 weeks ago
In case you missed it: Five stories from Preston this week, September 12 to September 18

Ben pictured left before taking medical cannabis, and right after It’s been another busy week in Preston news and events. The latest Covid-19 developments saw new curfews and travel warnings introduced, there were community testing issues, while a Kirkham resident […]

3 months ago
Free Preston events inviting locals to re-think their neighbourhoods

A free Expanded City book will be available for all those stopping by, and Olivia Keith's drawing of the edge of Preston In Certain Places, an artistic research project at the University of Central Lancashire, is inviting people to re-think the way their neighbourhoods are planned. A series of events called ‘Creative […]

3 months ago
Live online launch for new Adelphi Square film

Still from Adelphi film A new film about the creation of the Adelphi Square is set to launch. The film, Adelphi, is a 15-minute creative documentary about the University of Central Lancashire’s new public square […]

4 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Harris Museum, The Birley and In Certain Places have been named among the North’s top 50 cultural organisations

The Harris Museum and The Birley are two of the three of Prestons most socially valuable organisations in the top 50 in the north The Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, artist-led studio, The Birley, and public art project In Certain Places have been selected as three of the top fifty most socially valuable […]

11 months ago
Watch as Preston Bus Station plays host to unique performance of Conductor

Seeing the buses moving from above in Conductor Pic: Ryan Gillett Preston Bus Station saw a strangely mesmorising performance during Sunday morning. Buses ran to perfect time during the show of Conductor. The eight movements were performed by buses and volunteers […]

1 year ago
Preston InstaMeet explores new Preston Bus Station artwork

The latest Preston InstaMeet went for a look at new artwork outside the city’s grade-II listed Bus Station. Artists Low Profile have put in large red letters stating PEOPLE on […]

1 year ago
How you can build your dream home at Preston’s new Waterside development

Model Village? is coming to Cottam Pic: The Expanded City Pic: The Expanded City Prestonians are being invited to play at building their dream home at the new Waterside development in Cottam. Artist Emily Speed will be creating a temporary […]

2 years ago
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