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'''Preston''' is a city in [[Lancashire]].
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[[File:LancashirePreston.png|thumb|Preston district shown within Lancashire]]'''Preston''' is a city in [[Lancashire]].
  
 
==LGBT history==
 
==LGBT history==
  
The Dick, Kerr Ladies football team, for which [[Lily Parr]] played, was based in Preston.
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The Dick, Kerr Ladies [[football]] team, for which [[Lily Parr]] played, was based in Preston.
  
There was a Preston [[CHE group]] in the 1970s.
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[[Preston CHE Group]] was founded in April 1972.
  
 
[[Preston LGBT Centre]] is a group that meets monthly, with the aim of raising funds for a centre.<ref>http://www.rorycole.com/lgbtweb/</ref>
 
[[Preston LGBT Centre]] is a group that meets monthly, with the aim of raising funds for a centre.<ref>http://www.rorycole.com/lgbtweb/</ref>
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[[Category:Lancashire]]
 
[[Category:Lancashire]]
 
[[Category:English cities]]
 
[[Category:English cities]]
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[[Category:Non-unitary districts]]

Latest revision as of 10:39, 29 July 2015

Preston district shown within Lancashire
Preston is a city in Lancashire.

LGBT history

The Dick, Kerr Ladies football team, for which Lily Parr played, was based in Preston.

Preston CHE Group was founded in April 1972.

Preston LGBT Centre is a group that meets monthly, with the aim of raising funds for a centre.[1]

The first official Preston Pride is to be held in September 2013.[2]

References

  1. http://www.rorycole.com/lgbtweb/
  2. http://www.prestonpride.com/