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All essential workers in Preston are being encouraged to access free COVID-19 testing in the city centre following an expansion of the scheme.
This year the theme is 'Choose to Challenge' and this Blog takes a look at the women who chose to challenge the norm in Preston and helped build our city.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Matthew Brown has written to Matt Hancock asking for prioritisation of the roll-out of the vaccination programme for Preston due to the continued higher rates of infection in the city.
'Stick to the rules' - Prestonians encouraged as rates in the city remain above national average (4 March 2021)
People in Preston are being encouraged to stick to the rules and play their part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 after new figures showed rates in the city remain nearly double the national average.
Preston has been awarded £20.9m from the government's Towns Fund for a series of ambitious regeneration projects within the city's emerging Harris Quarter.
A new project has been launched in the city to help residents work together to reduce their expenditure and tackle food poverty.
Covid-19 restrictions have not stopped local artists from getting creative this year with over 250 artworks submitted to the Harris Open - the popular annual exhibition featuring local artistic talent.
Record number of volunteers needed for trailblazing Rugby League World Cup 2021 power squad (25 February 2021)
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 is presenting a record number of volunteering opportunities with the chance to be part of the biggest and best ever Rugby League World Cup (RLWC).
Mayor of Preston, Councillor David Borrow, pays tribute to former City Councillor, Mark Yates who sadly passed away on 18 February.