Monthly Archives: January 2014

A press release from Preston City Council: Winckley Square’s Forgotten History

News: January 30th, 2014.

Please find below a press release issued by Preston City Council in relation to its public consultation surrounding its Townscape Heritage Initiative, which is aiming to bring some disused buildings back into use, some of which are based on Winckley Square: Recent photographs taken of Winckley Square as part of an online consultation on future. Read more.

£1million Winckley Square project wins lottery support: A message from our chairman

News: January 16th, 2014.

Over the last week you may have become aware through the media that proposals for a sympathetic improvement of Winckley Square have moved a step closer. In 2013 we appointed Groundwork Lancashire West and Wigan to lead the development of a vision and circa £1million application for Heritage Lottery Funding. And we were delighted to. Read more.

£1million Winckley Square project wins Lottery support

News: January 8th, 2014.

Proposals for a sympathetic improvement of Preston’s Winckley Square have moved a step closer after receiving a funding boost. Environmental charity, Groundwork Lancashire West and Wigan, in partnership with Winckley Square Community Interest Company (WSCIC), a group helping to spearhead the revival of the Square, and Preston City Council, has received initial support* from the. Read more.

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