Centred on the army barracks at Fulwood, this is a three-member ward created by the last round of boundary reviews. It is set in a heavily small "c" conservative part of Preston with a number of schools and small employment centres.
|Preston City Council Elections: Garrison ward 2007|
|Liberal Democrat||Marie Milne||455||23.9||+5.4|
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3, authorised the creation of a battery of garrison artillery ... This unit assisted the Regular Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) gunners, at first, but, as its numbers and experience grew, it began providing its own ... Their roles within the garrison were increased as their experience and capabilities grew, and as the regular garrison was slowly reduced ...
... soldiers organised in 1895 as a reserve for the Royal Garrison Artillery detachment of the Regular Army garrison in Bermuda ... The unit was embodied during both world wars, fulfilling its role within the garrison, and also sending contingents overseas to more active theatres of the wars ...
029.891294°E / 69.725781 029.891294 Garrison of Sør-Varanger Active 1945–present Country Norway Branch Army Type Long range reconnaissance patrol / border ... The garrison is organized as a battalion and its main job is guard the 196-kilometer (122 mi) Norway–Russia border ... The garrison also has an NCO school ...
... cattle rustling and outlaw community in the 1850s, the town of Garrison later became the center of mining interests ... The name comes from the Garrison family who farmed in the area ... After mining interests subsided, the Garrisons had a livestock and hay ranch ...
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“Our country is the worldour countrymen are all mankind.”
—William Lloyd Garrison (18051879)