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  • As you may be aware, North End forward Finlay Cross-Adair appeared at Preston Magistrates' Court charged with a string of offences including several counts of assault and stalking. He will next appear at Preston Crown Court on June 30 for the Plea and Trial Preparation Hearing. In order to not prejudice the forthcoming trail and to ensure no defamation cases could be made against users or the forum itself we request that users do not post anything regarding this case on PNE-Online. We always wish to allow freedom of speech but our number one priority is ensuring the future of the forum. We will keep this policy under review once this case has gone to court. Many thanks for your continued support.

Championship fixtures release date.

Not long until you can start planning those midweek trips to Plymouth & Ipswich.

Iconic images of the City of Preston - past & present.

I may be way off the mark here, but looking at the different outfits it seems everyone was in their 'best' for a day on the park and it looks like a happy mingling of the social classes of Preston.

I love the image of the women skipping with their blokes swinging the rope.
What most people don’t recognise is what they thought was hat waving was actually a form of semaphore which reads “ Don’t mention the bloody hat trick”
Amazing to see, not one person in that clip will be alive today. Makes you wonder how many perished in WW 1☹️
I was thinking similar. I find it very thought provoking that all of us are simply passing through, and much quicker than we'd like. We've just watched Swarms of people enjoying themselves in a Preston park in that clip and every single one of them would now have been dead for many years. Many perishing in the two World Wars. Enjoy every moment you're here, its merely a blip in time and we're lucky that our time is now.