Little known fact – you can view the accounts of Preston City Council before they are officially published in September. For nearly a month starting on Monday 25th July anyone […]11 years ago Council’s Sports Development team awarded record rating
Preston Council’s Sports Development Team has been awarded the highest rating in the country in a UK wide Quality Assurance Assessment (QUEST). The assessment monitors areas such as community engagement, […]11 years ago Council scrap area forums, pursue new engagement strategy
Preston City Council have changed the format of their neighbourhood working arrangements. The Area Forums have come to an end (as of March 31st) and the council will instead hope […]11 years ago Lib Dems call for council to be ‘more open’
Two councillors will go before the entire council to urge it to become ‘open and accountable’. John Potter and John Bruton, both Liberal Democrat councillors in Fulwood, have put forward […]11 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Guest post: Save our club. Jalgos forever.
In 1963 the Lancashire Evening Post ran a story about a colour bar operating in Preston. An organized pub crawl organized by the Commonwealth Association discovered two bars in the […]11 years ago West Indian club Jalgos under threat from Tithebarn
The campaign to save Preston’s principal West Indian social club is in full swing following the approval of Tithebarn plans. Preston City Council’s £700m plan for Tithebarn has caused problems […]11 years ago Tithebarn development: set to go ahead?
After years of speculation and planning, the £700m Tithebarn development finally appears to have been given the green light. Or that’s at least what the BBC’s sources are claiming. Arif […]11 years ago Preston Vision to make all staff redundant
Preston Vision is to lose all of its employees after the organisation’s three founding partners said they were unable to secure “a sustainable source of funding” beyond next March. The […]11 years ago Most Discussed