New man appointed at Preston College

August 29, 2015 by  

Print company in Preston printing services Preston College has confirmed that it has appointed a new division head, Kevin Burke, for the iSTEM project costing £13m and being carried out at the location.

Burke has an impressive pedigree in the [Read more]

Academic from Preston receives OBE

July 24, 2015 by  

An academic based in Print company in Preston printing services Preston, who specialises in deaf studies and international sign language is to receive an [Read more]

Further plans for redevelopment of Lancashire Guild Hall revealed

June 28, 2015 by  

It was recently announced that Guild Hall in Print company in Preston printing services Preston could see what used to be its Visitor Information Centre transformed into a wine and cocktail bar.

Should this idea get the green light, Review Bar will become the newest part of [Read more]

Cake business in Fulwood expands

May 15, 2015 by  

Kerry Stevens, the owner of a local cake company, used to run classes in cake production from her own home, but her success has meant that she has been obliged to [Read more]

Radio broadcaster in Preston set for big changes

April 27, 2015 by  

A community radio station in Print company in Preston printing services Preston is about to get a new identity, marking one stage in a re-branding exercise, with the changes coming into [Read more]

Preston canopy to get six-figure facelift

March 22, 2015 by  

One of the most historic market canopies to be found in Print company in Preston printing services Preston is set to undergo a major revamp, costing close to £500,000, to restore it to former glories.

The structure, which is known locally by the name The Fish Market, was originally built back in the 1900s and is now in a state of serious disrepair, including widespread rusting.

Preston City Council has stated that it will collaborate closely with market traders to make sure that disruption is kept to a minimum throughout the refurbishment process, which will concentrate on problems with the smaller canopy.

The leader of the council, Peter Rankin, told the Lancashire Evening Post that:

“It is work that had to be done anyway; they are wonderful listed structures that have needed a quite considerable amount of work for quite a while.”

As with other markets around the UK, traders in the Fish Market often use Print company in print companies in Preston printing services print companies in Preston to provide them with materials needed to advertise their goods.

Once the refurbishment work has been completed, the canopy will provide outdoor traders with a temporary covering, while construction is ongoing for the redevelopment of the Covered Market next door.

The project’s consultancy team is likely to cost £50,000 to £60,000, with the bill for the actual construction work estimated at approximately £350,000. It will be financed through the City Centre Investment Fund, and is expected to begin later in the year.

Preston set to get brand new superstore

February 18, 2015 by  

A superstore offering home improvement items will be opening in Print company in Preston printing services Preston, leading to the creation of jobs for approximately [Read more]

Historic site in Preston removed from risk register

January 23, 2015 by  

One of the landmark buildings in Print company in Preston printing services Preston has now been officially taken off the register of ‘at risk’ structures, following an extensive programme of [Read more]

Candlelight service has Preston residents feeling festive

December 21, 2014 by  

This year’s LEP Carols by Candlelight evening, which is held annually in Print company in Preston printing services Preston Minster, saw dozens of local residents sing themselves into the [Read more]

Heartbeat charity appeal in Preston raises £10k

November 22, 2014 by  

An appeal in Print company in Preston printing services Preston aimed at raising money for the Heartbeat charity – which helps those recovering from cardiac conditions – has reached the [Read more]

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