Preston firefighters have tackled three deliberate blazes involving school books
Preston firefighters have tackled three deliberate blazes involving school books. Yesterday (Monday 27 June), a spokesperson for Preston Fire Station tweeted: 'We have just returned from a third deliberate rubbish fire of the evening. 'Each time found GCSE subject books burning in different locations. 'Celebrate the end of school by all means but what about earning a few bob by selling them on instead?' Read more: See the latest Preston news and headlines
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Advertisement Subscribe to the newsletter Sign up below to receive Blog Preston's weekly newsletter.Trying to name a restaurant type that Preston is missing is an everlasting debate but there's also no denying that Preston's foodie scene has properly stepped it up over the last few years - despite a crippling pandemic.A man has been left with bleeding on the brain after a car crash in Blackburn.Scott Brown , said: “Josh is a player that we’ve been looking at since the day we first arrived at the football club and we’ve finally managed to get the deal over the line, which is great to see.
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