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Revealed…what we want for our Square

News: May 28th, 2012.

A Preston city landmark with a traditional feel, amenities to eat and drink, grand entrances and complementary art which doesn’t detract from its natural stunning appeal. These were some of the responses to a series of issues raised at a public consultation held on the future of Winckley Square, attended by a cross-section of business. Read more.

Winckley Square focus group date

News: May 4th, 2012.

The Winckley Square Community Interest Company (WSCIC) is inviting the community to take part in a debate on the future of the historic square. Following its online questionnaire, of which over 200 people took part, the WSCIC is running a series of focus groups. The first one will be held on Thursday May 17 2012. Read more.

Pop-up pie shop to create historical event

News: April 12th, 2012.

WSCIC is supporting a new project which aims to trace the history and stories of Preston’s Winckley Square. The project will be delivered by They Eat Culture arts group and to celebrate, a ‘victorian pop-up pie’ event will be taking place in Winckley Square on Saturday June 23 from 12 noon – 5pm. The pie. Read more.

Winckley Square welcomes Harrison Drury

News: April 6th, 2012.

Lancashire-based commercial law firm and co-founder of the WSCIC, Harrison Drury, has completed its move to new office premises in Winckley Square Preston. The firm has moved from offices in Fleet Street,Preston, to 1a Chapel Street, Winckley Square, Preston, PR1 8BU. The firm also has an office in Garstang,Lancashire. The office is adjoined to Winckley. Read more.

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