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The Preston Passion was a live performance televised by BBC One on 6 April 2012 from Preston, Lancashire, England, retelling the Gospel accounts of the Crucifixion of Jesus through a filter of local history. Organized by the Preston Guild, the performance utilized professional performers, local volunteers and audience members.
Preston Guild Hall is an entertainment venue in Preston, Lancashire, England. It was built to replace the town's Public Hall, intended to be ready for the Preston Guild of 1972, but construction was delayed and it officially opened in 1973. The right to hold a Guild Merchant was conferred by King Henry II upon the Burgesses of Preston in a charter of 1179; the associated Preston Guild is a civic celebration held every 20 years and 2012 was the latest Guild year. It is the only Guild still celebrated in the UK.wikipedia preston guild Preston is a place name, surname and given name that may refer to: Places England. Preston, Lancashire, an urban settlement The City of Preston, Lancashire, a borough and nonmetropolitan district which contains the settlement; County Borough of Preston, a local government district