Menu

preston city council

Poppies will cover Cenotaph for 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War

Cenotaph on a sunny morning in Preston Pic: Tony Worrall Cenotaph on a sunny morning in Preston Pic: Tony Worrall Preston’s Cenotaph will be decorated with poppies to coincide with the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First […]

11 months ago
Flag Market protest for Brexit deal referendum has been scaled back

When the Brexit battle-bus came to Preston during the 2016 referendum Pic: Tony Worrall When the Brexit battle-bus came to Preston during the 2016 referendum Pic: Tony Worrall A protest planned on the Flag Market calling for a people’s vote on Brexit has been […]

11 months ago
Tile Mart fined after five-year-old girl breaks foot at Preston shop

Roccia in Queen Street Pic: Blog Preston Roccia in Queen Street Pic: Blog Preston Tile Mart, trading as Roccia, has been ordered to pay a heavy sum following an accident at their Preston store involving a five-year-old girl. […]

11 months ago
Two men prosecuted for fly-tipping in Fishwick

The waste was discovered near the River Ribble Two men have been prosecuted for fly-tipping waste in Preston. Preston City Council were successful in their case against Andrew Milne and […]

1 year ago
Advertisement Advertisement Have your say on Moor Park Conservation Area

A view across Moor Park Pic: Tony Worrall A view across Moor Park Pic: Tony Worrall A popular Preston park is being reassessed for its special historic interest of the area. Moor Park, which was labelled a conservation area […]

1 year ago
Terminal illness protection for employees triggers Tory and Labour row in Preston

A doctor checks the blood pressure of a patient Pic: Alterfines A doctor checks the blood pressure of a patient Pic: Alterfines A Conservative councillor has criticised the city’s Labour group for an ’embarrassing’ motion about protecting the rights of those […]

1 year ago
Sun seekers leave litter across Preston’s parks and squares

Winckley Square on Wednesday evening - with litter scattered Winckley Square on Wednesday evening – with litter scattered Preston’s heatwave has seen many people enjoying eating and drinking al-fresco in the city’s parks and public squares. But for the […]

1 year ago
Call for Preston City Council to take action over Northern rail

A Northern service on its way Pic: Tony Worrall A Northern service on its way Pic: Tony Worrall Preston City Council is being urged to help ramp up the pressure on the failing Northern rail network. Fishwick councillor Whitney […]

1 year ago
Most Discussed Most Read
Preston in pictures Summer growth in PrestonSerene scene down the canal at PrestonBoast at the Ashton basin of Lancaster Canal at PrestonPeacock butterflySpire of Church of St Walburge, PrestonGrasslands at Haslam Park, PrestonGoing NorthWaiting for the train View more Advertisement Subscribe to the newsletter

Sign up below to receive Blog Preston's weekly newsletter. It wings its way into inboxes every Sunday rounding up our best content from the last week and a look ahead to what's happening.

Advertisement News by location

Find news by location, select an area of your choice to be kept up to date with the latest goings on.

Advertisement Categories

Find news by category, select an category of your choice to be kept up to date with the latest goings on.