A play based on the true story of what life was like within Whittingham Asylum during the first world war is coming to Preston. Whittingham Asylum was once one of the biggest asylums within Europe with it being host to over 3,000 patients, the asylum helped feed, dress and give people a purpose within their […]
Preston’s Friargate has an exciting new pub that has just recently opened. The Northern Way has been given a makeover and is now a stylish modern pub. The pub now boasts a swanky new interior and exterior. The Northern Way has been rebuilt on the site of the old Shenanigans and O’Neill pubs in Friargate. The […]
Despite attempts to save the full Number 14 bus route, Preston Bus will be cutting the service down. The Number 14 will no longer serve Ronaldsway and Longsands and will instead terminate at Holme Slack. The decision to trim the route was announced back in August but Preston Bus were forced to reconsider after a […]
A man who engaged in Skype conversations concerning fantasies of “incestuous and sadistic acts” against children has pleaded guilty to a string of offences. Eccleston man Philip Royle, who worked at Balshaw Lane Primary School in Chorley, engaged in Skype conversations concerning fantasies of “incestuous and sadistic acts” on youngsters. During a probe by police […]
Knowing only too well the financial pressures families face, Tracie Kavanagh is taking the bull by the horns. The 31-year-old, of Ribbleton, is inviting people to grab some food and have a chat at Sion Park Community Hub, in Longridge Road. The food bank, supported by FareShare and Community Gateway Association (CGA), is open […]
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