QUIZ NIGHT at the Preston Community Hall on Saturday 20th October 2018 commencing at 7.30 pm. There will be a raffle and all the proceeds from the night are in aid of the Preston Methodist Chapel. Tea / coffee and a licensed bar. Entry fee £ 2-50 per person.
“The Darkest Hour” – a giant screen presentation at Preston Community Hall. Showing Friday 5th October 2018 at 7.15 pm. Admission from 6:45pm. £4 admission.
LIVE MUSIC at Preston Community Hall with local girl, KATIE SPENCER, on Friday 14th September 2018 at 7.45 p.m. Katie was a support act to Ralph McTell at his recent Hull concert and is currently busy performing around the country. This performance at Preston Community Hall is very much a homecoming concert for Katie who went to South Holderness school.
A giant cheque presentation will take place on Saturday, 8 September 2018 to hand over the proceeds raised at the Preston Show and Family Fun Day held in July, to charity Nice 2b Nice. The presentation night starts at 8pm at the Nag’s Head on Sproatley Road, Preston.
Cockstock2018 at the Cock & Bell pub, Main Street, Preston takes place this year on Saturday 8 September and will be raising money for charities The Kerry Key Foundation, the Riding for the Disabled Association and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
On Friday, 7th September, 2018 Preston Community Hall will be showing Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller “North by Northwest”.
Preston Show & Family Fun Day will be held on Saturday, 28th July 2018. It will be staged once again in the grounds of The Nag’s Head, Sproatley Road, Preston. The show will be opened at 1.30 pm by Hull City legend Dean Windass and assisted by BBC […]
Films for 2018 at Preston Community Hall – All films start at 7:15pm – Tea/Coffee/Licensed Bar.
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There’s probably an activity for you in a local University of the Third Age (U3A), a national, non-profit making organisation for people who are no longer in full-time employment…
With two seasonal events to visit, including the beautiful Festival of Christmas Trees, Preston is definitely a stopping off point for those people wanting to discover a truly original and delightful Christmas experience.
HIS glimpse into the life and times of Corporal William Todd from 1758 has been sent in by Jim Suggit. Thank you Jim, we are sure readers will find this fascinating! We publish Jim’s article in full: On 7 December 1758, Corporal William Todd left…