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What is Preston Partnership?

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Preston Partnership is an independent partnership of businesses and organisations that are passionate about and committed to the city.

The Partnership is made up of organisations of all shapes and sizes with a common goal to champion the city of Preston and its surrounding area.

It’s an exciting time to be a Prestonian, whether you were born here or have adopted it as your home. The evidence of the city changing is everywhere. Whether you look at the physical changes across the city centre; cranes and other construction vehicles across the central Lancashire footprint, or focus on the ever-increasing range of both well-known and independent restaurants, bars and cafes; now is the time to engage in the dialogue about what happens next and how together we make it happen.

Together is the key. However, as we all know, together only works when there is commitment, energy and dialogue from all sides - this is why Preston Partnership was created.

What is Preston Partnership?

  • Members from the public, private and third sector connected to Preston bringing together commitment and energy to establish a dialogue. 
  • An opportunity to actively engage in supporting the growth, development and future potential of Preston and making sure we all shout about it to the wider world.
  • A powerful network that is regularly informed about what is happening in Preston.
  • A group who collaborate on projects to influence the development of Preston through ideas, involvement and resource.

Preston Partnership was established as a Community Interest Company (CIC) in 2018. In order for the partnership to maintain its independence and self-sufficiency, there is a small annual subscription. To join visit our How do I join? page.

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