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Preston in Dorset

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Preston, Lancashire. It was at the Battle of Preston in 1648 that Cromwell inflicted a decisive defeat on the Royalist forces. Milton, devout propagandist of the Lord Protector, mentions the event at the River Darwen, “with blood of Scots imbrued”. In the 18th century Preston was associated with another kind of battle - the Industrial Revolution's consequences. The introduction of machinery lessened the demand for hand-labour and, combined with bad harvests and the Corn Laws, brought riots and demands for the destruction of machinery. Richard Ark-wright, who was born at Preston in 1732, invented the spinning-frame (1769) to cheapen cotton production but had to remove to Nottingham first to avoid the attacks that drove Hargreaves out of Lancashire. Another northerner, John Horrocks, set up the first cotton mill in Preston, and the town became an important centre of the industry.

St George's Church is early 19th-century and was rebuilt in 1884. St Peter's was designed by Rickman in 1832-5 in Gothic style, with the spire added later. It has flying buttresses outside and many cusps in the interior design.

Nearby towns: Bacup, Blackburn, Blackpool, Burnley, Chipping, Clitheroe, Leyland, Lytham, Poulton-le-fylde, Southport, Wigan

Nearby villages: Adlington, Balderstone, Bamber Bridge, Belmont, Bispham, Blackburn, Bretherton, Brinscall, Catterall, Cherry Tree, Coppull, Cottam, Croston, Darwen, Esprick, Euxton, Farington, Feniscowles, Freckleton, Fulwood, Goosnargh, Great Eccleston, Grimsargh, Heapey, Hesketh Bank, Hoghton, Hutton, Inglewhite, Inskip, Kirkham, Lea Town, Leyland, Longton, Lower Darwen, Mawdesley, Mellor, Moss Side, Much Hoole, Penwortham, Preston, Ribchester, Rivington, Roddlesworth, Samlesbury, Sollom, St. Michaels on Wyre, Tarleton, Walton le Dale, Whitechapel, Whitewell, Wilpshire, Withnell, Woodplumpton, Wrea Green

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Accommodation in Preston:

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The Edenhurst
The Edenhurst offers B&B accommodation in Weymouth, Dorset. Built in about 1825 it has an original Georgian frontage. We occupy a great position on the esplanade with views across the sandy beach and bay. A short distance from the railway and bus station and shopping centre and historic harbour. All rooms are eu-suite and have remote controlled TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

The 4 star Florian Guest House is situated within walking distance of Weymouth town centre and the beach. With Free parking it's ideal for exploring the area by foot or bus and leaving the car behind. We offer six rooms with en-suite or private facilities for B&B or Room only. Free Wifi available throughout. Offers and online booking from Florian's website or by telephone.

Lakeside Guest House offers bed and breakfast in Weymouth, Dorset. UK Enjoy walking the SW Coast Path, hiking and rock climbing. Catch the Channel Islands Ferry. Bird watching at RSPB Radipole and Lake Bird Reserve. Free WiFi plus a computer for guests’ use.