Preston City Council to support national track and trace system to tackle coronavirus cases in the city

Preston City Council will have greater involvement in reaching out to residents in the city who have either tested positive for coronavirus, or been in contact with someone who has as part of the national track and trace system.

Parents’ guide to keeping kids suicide-safe

A national suicide prevention charity has launched a new guide to help desperate parents who fear for their children’s lives.

Get back to school safely

As children and young people are preparing to go back to school or college – in some cases for the first time since lockdown – health and care organisations across Lancashire and South Cumbria are reminding them of the mental health support available.

Positive news in Preston about coronavirus

According to the latest Public Health England (PHE) report, the data being collected for Preston is demonstrating a positive trend, with a decrease in cases per 100,000.

Additional community coronavirus test centre to open at Preston Markets

An additional community coronavirus testing centre will open at Preston Markets on Monday (24 August) to help more people in the city get tested.