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Friends of Winckley Square to host talk on pioneering Preston women from history

The Friends of Winckley Square have invited residents to a talk this March on the achievements of local women from history. At 7pm on 9 March, Friends of Winckley Square will discuss […]

4 months ago
Domesday Book online maps Preston in 1086

The Domesday Book has been published online for the first time, and you can check out what Preston was like all the way back in 1086. Open Domesday, set up […]

11 years ago
What Victorian Benefactors Did For Preston

The industrial era is one easy to overlook in a provincial context in the face of what I and people of varying ages learnt in school. We are granted a rough idea about how life changed, but my education in the matter was confined to general developments leading up to the years when Victoria was on the throne. But what of the individuals who sought to change Preston for the better?

12 years ago
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