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Let’s Grow Preston: The grassroots charity feeding the city’s hungry residents

A local charity that helps delivers food to hungry residents across the city has continued its vital work delivering fresh vegetables to Preston food hubs. Since 2018, Let’s Grow Preston […]

15 mins ago
Old Tram Bridge secures spot in Preston City Council’s ‘Levelling Up’ bid

The Old Tram Bridge Pic: Tony Worrall Old Tram Bridge has secured a spot in Preston and South Ribble’s £50m ‘Levelling Up’ bid that may see the building of a replacement foot and cycle bridge if successful. […]

2 days ago
Latest Preston planning applications for July 22 to 29

Preston City Council town hall. Pic: Tony Worrall Below are the latest Preston planning applications registered with Preston City Council for July 22 to 29. New vehicular access at Spar House Farm, Lewth Lane, Preston. Validated 22 July. 2.4m high […]

5 days ago
Preston and South Ribble plans within £50m ‘Levelling Up’ bid

Preston and South Ribble have launched bids for the Levelling Up Fund as part of a county council request seeking £50m for ‘exciting projects’. Preston City Council’s bid focuses on two […]

5 days ago
Advertisement Advertisement Preston Markets to offer prizes for new website launch

Preston Market Market Hall Lisa Brown Photography Preston Markets will give away gift cards and rugby tickets when it launches a new website this month. Social media followers could win Preston Gift Cards and a family ticket […]

1 week ago
Number of children living in poverty in Preston falls

Councillor Matthew Brown The number of children living in poverty in Preston has fallen according to a new report. The statistics from End Child Poverty show the numbers have reduced from 36% in […]

2 weeks ago
Latest Preston planning applications for July 1 to 8

Preston City Council town hall. Pic: Tony Worrall Below are the latest Preston planning applications registered with Preston City Council for July 1 to 8. Change of use of vacant land to outdoor seating area/beer garden (sui generis) […]

4 weeks ago
Demolition work begins at St Joseph’s Orphanage

Preston City Council confirmed that demolition work at St. Joseph’s Orphanage presents no danger to the public. Earlier this month, Preston residents witnessed falling masonry on Theatre Street from ongoing […]

4 weeks ago
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