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Graphic novel charting Preston North End’s Invincibles launched

Illustration from the novel A Preston author has returned with his latest graphic novel about Preston North End. Michael Barrett has penned The Rise of the Invincibles about PNE’s double-winning team of 1888-89. The […]

5 years ago
Four things we learned from Preston North End vs QPR at Loftus Road

The Lilywhites have a brilliant talent in their on-loan keeper who can kick the ball into the opposition’s box and is an excellent shot-stopper. Plus three other things we learnt […]

6 years ago
The Preston Magazine: Black Prince of Deepdale and Preston Catholic College

Archive picture of Preston Catholic College Memories of Preston’s Catholic College in the late 1950s and The Black Prince of Deepdale are included in this month’s lookback at local history. The Preston Magazine, founded by Penwortham […]

6 years ago
Preston North End win promotion to the Championship

Preston North End have been promoted to the Championship after beating Swindon Town 4-0 in the League One play-off final. Wembley was rocking as Jermaine Beckford smashed home a hat-trick […]

6 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Ian Evatt assault: Frenchwood man charged by police following pitch invasion

A Preston man has been charged in connection with an assault on Chesterfield player Ian Evatt following Preston North End’s play-off semi-final victory. Matthew Edwards, 20, of Southern Avenue, Frenchwood, […]

6 years ago
Preston North End graphic novel The Rise of the Invincibles

One of the characters from the Invincibles novel A graphic novel charting the early days of Preston North End is being put together. Illustration is to be done by legendary Roy of the Rovers artist David Sque and […]

6 years ago
Watch: Preston North End fans erupt as Scott Laird finds the net against Manchester United

It will live long in the memory of many a Preston North End fan – when PNE found the net against Manchester United. Skip to 5:53 in the video to […]

6 years ago
Sir Tom Finney Remembered by historian and author, David John Hindle MA

  Local historian and author David John Hindle MA, was, for most of the life of Sir Tom Finney, a great admirer of the man they call ‘Preston’s own son’. […]

6 years ago
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