Preston Memorial Restoration

Posted on on 20 December 2012
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Date of publication: 04/12/2012

The UK’s National Lottery Heritage Fund has provided £835,600 for restoration work to take place on the English city of Preston’s war memorial, reports The Lancashire Evening Post.

The council has put forward the remaining £124,000 needed and is confident the memorial will be renovated in time for the Centenary events scheduled for 2014.

A portion of the funding will also be spent on activities and workshops to inform and educate people about the war’s impact on Preston.

To read the full article, visit The Lancashire Evening Post here.

Images courtesy of The Lancashire Evening Post website.

Posted by: Daniel Barry, Centenary News
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