Monthly Archives: November 2012

Local artist takes 24-hour inspiration from Winckley Square

News: November 15th, 2012.

A 24-hour snapshot of activities and life in Winckley Square is being captured by local artist, Olivia Keith. Olivia, who lives in Brindle, has braved the cold and rain and worked around the clock to draw a scene every hour of the day, for 24 hours, from various locations around the historic Georgian square. Her. Read more.

Historic Winckley Square railings get makeover

News: November 7th, 2012.

Some of Preston’s most historic railings are being cleaned up as part of a project to revive one of the city’s best known green spaces. The coping blocks and railings surrounding the city’s Georgian Winckley Square are the subject of a clean-up programme commissioned by the Winckley Square Community Interest Company (WSCIC) and delivered by. Read more.

Winckley Square gets fit with Helen Clitheroe

Event: November 5th, 2012.

Anyone in Preston city centre on November 6, is being invited to come from behind their desks, or drop those shopping bags, to see for themselves that all ages and abilities can “run for fun” as well as health and leisure. Olympic and Commonwealth runner Helen Clitheroe will lead a 10 week programme which starts. Read more.

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