Keep up to date with all the latest news and updates from Preston City Council.
Popular, family run Café, Brew + Bake will be leaving Preston Market at the end of March. In just 4 years at the Market, Brew + Bake have transformed themselves from a start-up company to an extremely successful small independent business.
On Wednesday 30 March, the three Rugby League World Cup trophies will be visiting Preston as part of the host cities trophy tour, to mark 200 days to go until the tournament begins.
Preston Markets long serving manager David Bullock is set to retire from his position this week. A familiar face for over 20 years, Dave has seen many changes take place within the historic Victorian canopy and is arguably the longest serving Markets Officer in the UK to date.
An ambitious draft framework has been announced which will guide the regeneration and redevelopment of the area around the railway station in Preston City Centre.
In just 2 weeks, the Mayor of Preston's appeal for donations for Ukraine has raised over £3000. This money has been transferred directly to the Polish Red Cross branch in Kalisz, our twin city, to buy and deliver essential items to their partner city in Ukraine, Kamieniec Podolski.
From 25 March until the end of June, Preston's city centre will be hosting a Jubilee themed installation above Fishergate, Church Street and part of Friargate, using the Christmas lights infrastructure.
Twenty-two properties in Preston have already been refurbished and returned to family homes as part of the Making Homes from Houses project having been empty for a total of 78 years.