Cotton Court Business Centre

Author: Jack Barron

Barnardo’s Christmas Gift Appeal 2019

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Cotton Court Business Centre is once again inviting members of the local business community to come to the aid of disadvantaged young people in the county.

Each year the business hub launches its Christmas Gift Appeal in aid of Barnardo’s, and the 400+ disadvantaged young people it supports across Lancashire.

The appeal asks businesses and members of the public alike to spare a thought for disadvantaged young people in their area this Christmas, by donating a gift that can be opened on Christmas Day.

The appeal has gone from strength to strength and is now in its seventh year, but unfortunately, as momentum for the cause grows, so too has demand. Cotton Court is pushing the campaign especially hard this year, to make sure that no Barnardo’s supported young person is left without a present to open on Christmas Day.

Cotton Court Managing Director Robert Binns said:

“Every year we’re blown away by the support that members of the local community show the appeal. It’s a great way for everyone to come together at a special time of year and show the young people that Barnardo’s supports that we care.

When we started the appeal we set out to make sure that no young person that Barnardo’s supports be left without a gift on Christmas Day, and it was magical to achieve that for the last few years. However, the demand for Barnardo’s services increases each and every year, and we’re in danger of not meeting that target this Christmas unless the good people of Central Lancashire can come together and do something magical this festive season, and put a smile on a young persons face.”

The Barnardo’s appeal in 2018 was a great success,

Jenny Ashcroft, Children’s Services Manager at Barnardo’s Lancashire said:

“Once again we are extremely grateful for the support from Cotton Court to Barnardo’s services in Lancashire to enable the children and young people we work with to be gifted with a present this Christmas. 

As a charity we work with children and young people across Lancashire in a range of services, we would be very grateful for gifts for all age groups – particularly older children, teenagers and young adults.

The support from individuals and businesses to this appeal is amazing, we cannot thank you enough for the opportunity for our staff to pass on the Christmas gifts to those they work with and how excited and thankful our children and young people are to receive the thoughtful gifts bought for them.

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved with the Christmas Gift Appeal, no matter how big or small your donation it will go a long way to making a difference this Christmas to the child or young person that receives it.”

There is a particular focus on gifts for older children, teenagers and young adults. Many people think that Barnardo’s supports just very young children, but this isn’t the case. The service supports people into their teenage years and young adulthood, and it’s often the upper age category that struggles for gift donations. 

As it can be difficult to choose suitable gifts for the older age category, this year the business centre has compiled a list of recommended items to assist kind supporters of the appeal if they so wish. That can be viewed HERE.

You can help the appeal achieve its target by donating an unwrapped gift for a child, teenager or young adult, with donations being received at Cotton Court Business Centre reception between 08.00 and 17.00 Mon to Fri.

While the business centre would prefer donations to be dropped off in person, so that a personal thanks can be given, they understand the demands of business and personal life. Therefore, this year will be accepting gifts directly shipped from Amazon (details provided below), and donations via a JustGiving page which can be viewed HERE. The funds raised via this page will be used to buy gifts or gift vouchers for the appeal.

The appeal launches on Friday 15th November and closes on Monday 16th December. 

Drop Off (Preferred) 

Cotton Court Business Centre (08.00 – 17.00)

Cotton Court

Church Street




Order your gifts on and ship directly to the below address. Please include your full name and email address in the shipping notes or email us with the order number so we can confirm upon receipt.

Christmas Gift Appeal

Cotton Court Business Centre

Cotton Court

Church Street



Suggested Gifts for Teenagers and Young Adults

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Struggling for what to buy one of the Barnardo’s supported teenagers and young adults? Please see some of the suggested gifts below.



  • Cooking Utensils
  • Toiletries
  • Gift Cards
  • Portable Speakers
  • Clothing Accessories
  • Make-up
  • Perfume
  • Aftershave
  • Diaries
  • Stationery
  • Adult Colouring Books
  • DVD’s
  • Books
  • Cinema Vouchers
  • Vouchers for Restaurants (Pizza Hut etc.)
  • Pictures / Posters for Walls
  • Mugs
  • Caps
  • Hats
  • Dressing Gown
  • P.J’s
  • Slipper Socks
  • Chocolates and Sweets
  • Bluetooth Speakers
  • Wallet / Purse
  • Diary
  • Photo Frame
  • Earphones / Headphones
  • DAB Radio
  • Beard Cream / Oil
  • Experience Day Out
  • Gift Cards

We hope those suggestions have given you some inspiration and we would once again like to thank you for supporting this great cause. Have a merry Christmas.

Popular Event Returns to Lancashire

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As a society we place a lot of focus on other people’s successes and achievements, but not so much on learning from their mistakes. This is even more pronounced in the business world, where we look at and admire successful business people; often overlooking the countless setbacks and attempts it’s taken them to achieve their goals.

Support & mentor schemes such as Boost Lancashire’s Growth Mentoring programme are an excellent way to access and learn from the experiences of veteran business people, but they aren’t for everyone and they’re often oversubscribed; victims of their own success.

Towards the end of 2017 we launched a series of events in conjunction with Kennedy Ross Consulting to provide a complimentary offering to the businesspeople of Lancashire.

The idea was to bring successful people who have actually experienced the highs and lows of business to share their knowledge with members of the Lancashire business community.

Kennedy Ross Managing Director Alistaire Jama.

Our ‘Cracking On’ events were a great success, providing free training, seminars and workshops to business owners, managers and entrepreneurs; giving solutions to the key problems and main questions they’re likely to face.

After a short break and by popular demand, we’re re-launching this popular series of events alongside our partners Kennedy Ross in January 2019. Partnering with us this year is Cotton Court residents Invoke Media, having recently moved from their Manchester city centre base to the second floor of the business centre.

The series will be progressive with each session complimenting the next, but will also be suitable for those who want to ‘dip in and out’ or join the series at a later stage.

The focus of the workshops is to ensure that business owners and operators walk away having had fun, enthused and with a new set of skills that they can apply to their business straight away.

Session 1 will be held on the 9th of January at Cotton Court Business Centre, and will focus on one of the main issues many businesses face…..finding, targeting and winning new customers.

Invoke Media Director Jack Barron presents.

Invoke Media will lead the interactive workshop, demonstrating the process they use to understand and communicate with their customers, before attendees apply their new found knowledge to a real world business situation.

Attendees can expect to walk away from the session with a clear understanding of how to identify and target new customers, and will be provided with the presentation slides and worksheets they can use for their own business success.

Tickets are free on a first come, first served basis. To claim yours or find out more information, click HERE to visit the Eventbrite page.

Spotlight On Success: Diecut Global

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Diecut Global have announced another amazing milestone in the growth of their company.

The international supplier and manufacturer of corrugated, packaging, print and print finishing machinery have announced the installation of the largest Goldline Evolution in the world.

Installed at one of the UK’s largest print and communication companies, the machine will allow the business to significantly increase its diecutting capabilities and output, complimenting a Goldline they had previously purchased.

The original Goldline was introduced by Diecut Global 8 years ago as an alternative to the traditional hand fed platen.

Steve Waterhouse, Managing Director of Diecut Global, said,

“As a responsible machine manufacturer and someone who had sold hundreds of hand fed platens all over the world in the last 25 years, I knew the dangers of the original clamshell press. This was confirmed in recent history when people who simply operated them paid the highest price, on machines my old company had sold back when I was the sales director and co-owner of Crosland. I thought if I cannot bring to market a machine that not only does the same job but does it in a safe way, a way that jobs can be set up faster, it was easy for the operator to use and bring it to market at a comparable price to the old technology, then I was not doing my job.”

The milestone installation comes at a time of significant growth for the company, going from strength to strength with a series of high profile client wins and expansion.

The company operates numerous production sites internationally, with an administrative & management presence at its Cotton Court Business Centre headquarters.

Read more here…

Christmas Toy Appeal Launch

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Friday the 9th November saw the Cotton Court Christmas party, and launch of our annual appeal in aid of Barnardo’s.

The event was a great success, with customers, friends and members of the Lancashire business community coming together to celebrate and donate to a great cause.

In its eighth year, the appeal aims to collect gifts for the 400+ disadvantaged children & young people that Barnardo’s supports across Lancashire; many of whom would otherwise be without a gift to open on Christmas day.


With the appeal now launched and in full swing, we’re reaching out to the kind people of Lancashire to ask for their help in bringing a smile to face of a young person in Lancashire this festive season.

Debbie Nolan-Plunkett, Assistant Director for Barnardo’s in Lancashire said:

“The Christmas gift appeal, which is always so generously supported by individuals and businesses across Lancashire, is such a heart-warming initiative. We cannot convey how excited and thankful the children and young people are to receive the thoughtful gifts that people purchase for them.”

Cotton Court has once again teamed up with popular media outlet Blog Preston to run this years appeal, after a successful partnership in 2017 that saw record levels of toys being donated.

You can help by donating an unwrapped gift for a child or young person between the ages of 0 – 25, with donations being received at Cotton Court Business Centre reception. Whilst all donations are welcome, there is a particular focus this year on gifts for teenagers and young adults, as it is those who we have historically had difficulty collecting for.

The appeal will close on Monday 10th December at 17.00 in order to allow the distribution of gifts in time for Christmas.

Drop Off Location

Cotton Court Business Centre (08.00 – 17.00)

Cotton Court

Church Street




If you’d like to know more or have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to give us a call on 01772 507 767 or email

Managing Small Business Stress

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Stress is something that all of us have to deal with at various parts of our lives. Some of us are more susceptible than others, and everyone deals with it in different ways.

Stress is your body’s way of responding to dangers, threats and demands. The chemicals released prepare your body to react, and kick your body into its fight, flight or freeze response. At one point it helped our ancestors deal with ongoing threats like sabre-tooth tigers and competitor tribes. 

Whilst some stress can be good, and indeed some people thrive from having small amounts of stress in their lives, in larger doses or over a prolonged period of time it can have serious consequences on your mental and physical wellbeing, and there are even significant links between stress and serious diseases such as cancer.

This Monday saw the launch of International Stress Awareness week. A week organised by the International Stress Management Association to raise awareness of the condition, as well as promote stress prevention and wellbeing.

If you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, you will be no stranger to regular bouts of stress. Like me, you’ve no doubt at some point been sat on the floor with your head in your hands wondering what the hell you’re doing in business or how you’re going to get out of whatever pickle you’re in.

Every part of your business has the potential to increase your stress levels and give you sleepless nights. Whether it’s a lack of new customers, HR issues, competitors or one of the many other working parts of your operation, your mind will constantly be ticking over.

The bottom line is, owning or operating a business is stressful. The sooner you learn to manage that stress or even make it work to your advantage the better. Because it’s always going to come back!

I spin many plates across my personal and professional life. I have days that feel like everything is getting on top of me and I want to go into ‘shutdown mode’, days where I feel like everything is going the best it can be and I’m unstoppable, and days where I feel like the stress is a good thing, something that pushes me to do my best work.

I’ve put together my top tips for managing stress in small business. I try to follow these rules as much as possible, but like everyone else, sometimes fail at my own game and let the big S word get the better of me.

Keep your eye on the prize

Begin with the end in mind, and have a clear understanding of what it is you are working towards; be it the small milestone or the massive end-goal. Visualising the prize at the end helps motivate us and cut through the white noise of stress and anxiety.

Break down the tasks for the day, write a list and strike them off as you achieve each milestone. It will help you see that you’re actually making headway and that you’re getting on top of the stress that’s trying to stand in your way.

One of my main motivators is keeping a promise to my parents that I’d buy them a villa in Menorca to spend their retirement in. Whilst I know it isn’t the exact property I’m going to get them, I keep a picture of the type of villa I’d like them to have, and from time-to-time look at it to remind me of what I’m working towards.

Maybe you’ve got a new addition to the family on the way? Maybe you’re looking to buy your first home with your partner? Visualising these things can help you cut through the stress and get your head back in the game.

Take a nap

There’s very few people that work in Cotton Court that haven’t walked in on me taking a cap-nap in a conference room, or found me having a snooze in a reclined car seat on the car park (there’s videos to prove it). But that isn’t because I’m lazy! It’s because I’m being proactive in managing my productivity and stress (that’s my story and I’m sticking to it). 

When it all gets too much and I feel like the stress is getting on top of me, I go into ‘shutdown mode’. I can be staring at my screen for 15 minutes with no work being done, desperately trying to squeeze out some productivity. Tight temples, pounding heart and a cluttered mind all work against me, with the frustration of not completing any work adding to my stress levels and completing the vicious circle of work related stress.

When I get to this stage I ‘reset’ my mind and body with a quick 20-30 minute nap. Sometimes I use guided hypnosis videos from YouTube (check out Michael Sealey) to help me declutter my mind, reset my stress levels and get me back in the productive zone.

Why not longer? Have you ever woken up from a nap and felt worse for it? It’s likely because you’ve had too long of a sleep. When you sleep hormones (such as Melatonin amongst others) are released to regulate your sleep cycle, send you into a deep slumber and immobilise your body.

Once you’ve gone into this deep sleep cycle, being woken from it can feel like the morning after a particularly heavy drinking session. Getting just the right amount of sleep is essential to napping. Too much and you will feel worse, too little and you won’t feel the benefits. Experts recommend napping for between 20 – 45 minutes maximum to destress and increase productivity.

Go for a walk

If napping isn’t your style, or you’ve just woken up and need some extra help de-stressing; a walk may be the answer.

It’s important to take regular breaks away from your workspace to rest your mind, refocus your thoughts and declutter your brain. Whilst it works away 24 hours a day, the brain is just like any other part of your body. It needs time to recover from activities and process thoughts.

Just like your computer needs to be reset or shut down from time-to-time, your brain needs sleep, or even just to take a short break from strenuous or taxing activities in order to run at optimal levels.

Go for a walk around the block, to the local park or just pace around the car park to get some fresh air and think about something different than the tasks at hand. It’s absolutely amazing for lowering your stress levels and returning you to a happy and productive place.

You might want to go one step further and factor in breaks as a pre-emptive measure. Last year I had a particularly heavy workload one week, and researched different ways I could manage my stress and productivity in order to ensure I completed the projects on time.

I came across a technique called Pomodoro. It encourages people to work for short timed periods (usually 25 minutes) before taking enforced short breaks. It has a devout following, and has been validated by science as an effective time management technique. Whilst I found it wasn’t something I’d like to do every day of the week, it did help me complete the work at hand and managed my stress levels considerably. I still use it when the workload gets particularly hectic! Look it up and give it a try.

Eat right, drink right

This is a simple one and doesn’t need much explaining. The old adage ‘you are what you eat’ has much truth in it. Ensuring you eat a varied and healthy diet has obvious physiological benefits, but what does it have to do with stress? The link between physical and mental wellbeing has been proven time and time again, but still doesn’t seem to get the recognition within mainstream society. A healthy body will support a healthy mind, and visa versa.

Think of food as the fuel you put into your car. If you don’t put enough in, it runs out and won’t move. If you put the wrong fuel in, it doesn’t work.

The same can be said for water and staying hydrated. Your brain needs water to function, as does the rest of your body. Try to work towards drinking 2 litres of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and keep your brain working at optimal levels.

I keep a big 2.2 litre sports bottle on my desk and aim to drink a full one each day. I’ve found my reliance on things like caffeine lowers, I feel more relaxed and at ease, and I’m more focused.

In short, eat & drink what your body needs in enough quantity with the right quality and it will have a direct benefit in reducing your stress levels.

Work it out

Aside from helping you get buff, increasing your confidence and giving you a good routine, working out releases endorphins and other chemicals that fight stress and increase happiness.

Work out regularly to prevent the onset of stress before it even happens, or to tackle existing stress.

I aim to train every morning before coming into the office, and I find that my first few hours produce some of my best work. I can sometimes do a full days worth of work before lunchtime and I feel absolutely great about it. It helps keep the stress at bay, and even if there are external factors that throw some stress into the mix, I’ve been known to go down to the gym and trash it out on a treadmill or give the heavy bag a good work out (imagining someone else’s face is optional)

Exercise is great for preventing or fighting stress. Give yourself a good workout and I promise it will help those stress levels dwindle.


Everyone will have their own way of preventing or dealing with stress. The important thing to note is that you’re going to experience it at some point, whether you’re in business or not, it’s how you handle it that will determine how much it affects you, your business and family.

Establish what works for you, include as part of your daily routine or even just use it as an ‘in case of emergency break glass’ kit for when everything gets too much.

These techniques will certainly help you if applied correctly, but there’s never a true fool-proof way to defeat what nature gave us. If they don’t work, don’t get disheartened. Pick yourself back up, dust yourself off and remember that regardless what’s causing you stress in the first place, you’ve always got the gift of free will, your health, people to support you and remember that even if you can’t see them right now, you’ve always got alternative options.

If you’ve got any ways to deal with stress that we’ve not mentioned here, or want to add to my existing list then please get in touch and let me know! Email me HERE, I’d love to hear from you.


Jack Barron

Marketing Director

The benefits of coworking space over a home Office

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Shared office space has a wide range of benefits which can make your working life easier. Whether you are out in the field most of the time and just need a desk or meeting room occasionally, or you want somewhere quiet to work from for your start-up business, a hot desk environment is the perfect solution.

Professional Image
Renting space in a shared office gives your business a more professional image. You get a business address to use, where mail can be received even when you are not on the premises, and your workplace looks like an office, not a portion of your home. Meeting clients at a home office can also feel like an invasion of your family’s privacy. Serviced offices are cleaned regularly, and maintenance is taken care of too. Better still, you don’t have to worry about hiding away rogue LEGO bricks before a client meeting!

Working from home may sound idyllic but it can be challenging, particularly if you have family members or flatmates around during your preferred working hours. Whether it’s the doorbell ringing in the middle of an important phone call or finding your toddler has rearranged your paperwork – distractions are inevitable when you work from home. Using a shared office space means you can avoid the interruptions of home life and focus all your attention on your work. It can also help you to keep your working hours under control and separate your work life from your home life. When you use a home office it is much easier for the lines to blur and you can find work encroaching on your family time.

With a hot desk, you get to use professional office space far more economically than a full office lease. You can select the hours and days to rent a hot desk so you only pay for what you need. Choose office space close to your home and you can save on the commute too.

Additional Facilities
A shared office space usually has additional facilities which you don’t have at home, such as conference rooms. These can be used for meetings, training sessions or just for making conference calls.

Networking Opportunities
Using a home office can sometimes leave you feeling isolated. A hot desk in a coworking space gives you the opportunity to meet other professionals who are also using the office. You may discover potential clients, partners or suppliers when you use a hot desk service. Or you may simply find it helpful to bounce ideas off other people and get their advice on aspects of your business.


Cotton Court has 2 floors dedicated to coworking, that form an integral part of our business community.

Why don’t you contact our reception team to book to come and see what all the fuss is about?

Give us a call on 01772 507 767 or read more here:

Update: Christmas Toy Appeal 2018

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At this time of year the Cotton Court team turns its thoughts towards a very special cause close to our hearts. For 8 years we’ve run our annual Christmas Toy Appeal in aid of Barnardo’s.

The appeal gives the local business community an opportunity to help one of the 400 vulnerable young people that Barnardo’s supports across Lancashire, by providing a gift for them to open on Christmas Day.

Last year was the first year that Cotton Court teamed up with media partner Blog Preston, and the response was amazing, being our best year to date. We’re looking to build on that success this year by continuing that partnership and teaming up with other local businesses to spread the word and enable this great campaign.

Gifts can be donated at Cotton Court Business Centre reception, just off Church Street in Preston City Centre between 9am and 5pm, and are best left unwrapped.

We can also announce that we’ve teamed up with The Hospital Inn on Brindle Road in Bamber Bridge to provide an additional out of hours drop-off point for those wanting to donate.

However we need more partners to help us spread the word or act as drop-off points for gifts. Can you help? If so, please email us and let us know.

We’re launching the campaign with our Christmas Party on 7th November at Glovers Bar in Preston, with free tickets available HERE.

In order to get the gifts to Barnardo’s in time for Christmas Day we have to close our appeal on Monday 10th December at 5pm.

If like us, the thought of a child or young person being without a gift on Christmas Day morning is heart wrenching, then please consider helping us this year.

If you’ve got any questions, want to find out more or are able to help with the appeal, please email us at or call us on 01772 507 767.

The Cotton Court Team

Drop-Off Locations:

Cotton Court Business Centre

Cotton Court

Church Street



The Hospital Inn

Brindle Road

Bamber Bridge


Barnardo’s Xmas Toy Appeal 2018

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Cotton Court Business Centre are inviting members of the Lancashire business community to join them for their 8th annual Christmas party on the 9th November.

The party will signify the launch of the Christmas toy appeal in aid of Barnardo’s. The Cotton Court coordinated campaign collects and distributes gifts to young people in need across the county.

Members of the local business community are invited to join Cotton Court, Blog Preston and an array of local businesses & organisations from across Lancashire for the event at Glovers Bar in Preston, at 7pm on Friday 9th November until late.

There will be a complimentary bar, food and live music; with the opportunity to network and most importantly, support a great cause ahead of the festive season.

The event is free, with guests being asked to bring a gift suitable for a young person between the ages of 0 – 25. It is requested that presents remain unwrapped, and there is a particular need for gifts for teenagers.




Cotton Court Marketing Director Jack Barron says:

“This is the sixth year we’ve held this appeal and the response we receive from the local business community is outstanding. Our goal this year is to provide at least one present to each of the 400 young people that Barnardo’s support across the county.”

He continues…

“Traditionally we’ve struggled to provide for the older end of the age spectrum, the teenagers and above, so this year we’re giving that an extra push.

This party is a great opportunity for members of the local business community to get together, but most importantly to support a great cause at a time of year that can be quite distressing for some of these young people being supported by Barnardo’s.”

Tickets are free with no restrictions on how many each business can claim, but capacity at the venue is limited so you are advised to claim them at the earliest opportunity from Eventbrite:


Press Release: Cotton Court Business Centre join Northern Powerhouse

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Lancashire Business Partners With Government Initiative

Cotton Court Business Centre join Northern Powerhouse to boost local economy

Preston based Cotton Court Business Centre have been announced as partners in the Northern Powerhouse programme, with the aim of improving Lancashire’s economy.

Building a Northern Powerhouse is about boosting the Northern economy by investing in skills, innovation, transport and culture, as well as devolving significant powers and budgets to directly elected mayors. This can’t be done without a cadre of passionate businesses and organisations, who all believe strongly in the economic potential of the North.

The Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme is a government initiative run by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to build a network of partners who all believe strongly in the economic potential of the North.

Cotton Court’s involvement in the programme is a significant boost for the area, giving Central Lancashire a louder voice and representation in an exciting initiative to develop our region. With other local institutions such as the University of Central Lancashire, Marketing Lancashire and the North and Western Chamber of Commerce representing the area alongside Cotton Court, it can only be a good thing for the economy and businesses of Lancashire.

It is the role of partners to promote the strengths of the North and exciting developments in four key areas:

  • Connectivity and transport
  • Skills, science and innovation
  • Quality of life and culture
  • Devolution

Robert Binns with Jake Berry MP

Cotton Court’s Managing Director Robert Binns says:

“We’re delighted to partner with the Northern Powerhouse. We’ve been actively involved in the development of the economy of Central Lancashire for many years and feel this is the next natural step in our progression. The initiative is a great way to address the imbalance that has historically existed between the North and South. We look forward to working alongside other partners across the North of England and Wales to further develop our respective regions”.


Northern Powerhouse Minister, Jake Berry MP, said:

“It’s fantastic to be able to welcome Cotton Court Business Centre to the Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme. As a Preston based company who actively work to improve Lancashire’s economy through engagement, they are well placed to help us shape the future of our region.”

The news comes as Cotton Court prepare to announce a partnership with a number of business hubs across Lancashire and Greater Manchester. The partnership will allow the business centre users to access events and resources across all sites, as well as enable collaboration on projects and share information.  


About Us

Cotton Court Business Centre is a hub for enterprise and business in Central Lancashire. Located in the heart of Preston City Centre, the renovated 19th century mill provides services to over 150 businesses and organisations. From local start-ups to government agencies, Cotton Court provides a plethora of professional services including conference and meeting space, serviced offices, call handling, registered business addresses and much more.


In addition to the business centre namesake, The Cotton Court group of companies also includes leisure, property, tech and community interest offerings to its portfolio; with an emphasis on providing positive impact to local economy and communities.