A local history book which brings together all the research undertaken as part of the transformation of Preston’s Winckley Square Gardens has raised an amazing £3,200 for St Catherine’s Hospice. […]2 years ago Read the September issue of The Preston Magazine
The 20th issue of the Preston Magazine has been released exploring the history of the city. In this issue of the magazine there is fabulous amount of local historical reading matter; a […]7 years ago The Penwortham Magazine: Issue 28 of the local history mag released
The latest issue of the Penwortham Magazine, now up to its 28th edition, has been released. Started by Penwortham resident Heather Crook the magazine is a collection of nostalgia, history […]7 years ago Cliff Astin At The Preston Historical Society
The recent meeting of the Preston Historical Society of Monday evening, 8th April 2013 was attended by guest speaker and local historian Cliff Astin, who gave a fascinating and concise […]8 years ago Advertisement Advertisement 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 […]10 years ago What makes Preston’s history special?
Ahead of the 2012 Preston Guild, the Harris Museum is asking what makes Preston’s history special for a new exhibition.12 years ago Most Discussed