Pupils from six Preston schools are to be rewarded for their part in learning about the history of Winckley Square. They’ve been taking part in events during April and May […]5 months ago In pictures: Preston Caribbean Carnival 2015
Thousands of partygoers have made their way through Preston’s streets for the annual carnival. Preston Caribbean Carnival saw fantastic colours and costumes across the city. Preston carnival has been taking […]5 months ago Tim Maddams launches pop up cookery school in Fishergate Shopping Centre
Celeb chef Tim Maddams has served up a treat for hungry shoppers in a pop up cookery school. The former River Cottage chef used the ESSE kitchen in the Fishergate […]5 months ago Fishergate bus lane closure ahead of anti-fracking protests in Preston
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Glastonferret returns to The Ferret from July 3-5 marking the annual return of one of our most unique weekends. Since the days when the venue was known as The Mad […]5 months ago Why were there pairs of red shoes in Birley Street?
Hundreds of bright red shoes littered Birley Street on Saturday as a reminder of the lost physical presence of women. Elina Chauvet’s artwork is put on by The Birley art gallery […]5 months ago Frenchwood stabbing: Man remains in hospital as detectives hunt car seen leaving the scene
Police are continuing to appeal for information after a man was stabbed in Frenchwood on Friday afternoon. A 32-year-old man remains in Royal Preston Hospital and is being treated for […]5 months ago Nostalgic 1960’s/70’s Preston revealed in pictures (Part 9)
This weeks look at times gone by in Preston sees some remarkable shots of some places that I have never actually seen in person and one or two that I […]5 months ago Most Discussed