A meeting takes place on Wednesday night where Preston City Council briefs local businesses on its financial position. The city council has to find savings of £3.6 million a year […]7 years ago Prestfest and FamilyFest boost city centre visitor numbers to Preston
Two city centre events have helped boost the number of people visiting Preston. Prestfest, with its Halloween-themed street entertainers, saw 14 per cent more people in the city than a […]7 years ago Prestfest in pictures: Zombie flashmobs, grim reaper and ghastly creatures swarm Preston city centre
A frightful night was had by all at Preston’s Saturday night Prestfest. With monsters, aliens, zombies, clowns from your worst nightmares and the scariest of all was the grim reaper […]7 years ago Alive After Five Awards: Voting opens to pick favourite pub, restaurant and other city centre venues in nightlife awards
Those who make Preston’s nightlife great are to be honoured at a special awards ceremony. The Alive After Five Awards started last year and continue this year with 179 nominations […]7 years ago Advertisement Advertisement How Preston’s new Christmas lights could look
Organisers have revealed the Christmas look they are going for with Preston’s festive lights and market this year. Artist impressions show how the lights will look down Fishergate and the […]7 years ago Preston Christmas: Festive lights expansion, Winter Wonderland and Christmas Market planned
More than £60,000 is to be spent on new Christmas lights for Preston city centre. It’s part of a £125,000 investment on drawing shoppers into Preston for the festive season. […]7 years ago When is the Preston Christmas Lights Switch On 2014?
The preparations for Christmas are already beginning in Preston. The annual Christmas Lights Switch On date has been confirmed. Follow live updates from the Preston Christmas Lights Switch On 2014 […]7 years ago Hunt for city centre Preston lambs to win shopping spree prize
Prestonians are being asked to seek out ten iconic Preston lambs hidden across the city centre. Business leaders have hidden the lamb symbol in the windows of city centre businesses. […]7 years ago Most Discussed