A parade to save Preston Bus Station has been delayed until next month due to a clash with another event.
Campaigners from Save Preston Bus Station group had intended to display a new banner, made by the acclaimed artist Ed Hall, during a procession on Saturday, October 26.
But an application had already been made to Preston Council for a European Gift Market to be held on the Flag Market that weekend, so the event has now been postponed until Saturday, November 2.
Last month the Government decided to grant the building Grade II listed status.
Preston Council, which has previously said it wants to demolish the station and build a new station in its place, believes it would cost more than £17m to modernise.
The authority is still considering its next move, and could yet apply for demolition.
Activist John Wilson said: “Preston Bus Station has been listed but we still need to convince Preston Council that the majority of people in the city want them to find a way to refurbish the building.
“October 26 coincides with the anniversary of the bus station and the Harris Museum, so it was disappointing to change the date.
“We are presently designing flyers and posters to promote the parade. We need to bring a couple of bands onboard.”
The group plans to meet outside The Assembly in Lune Street at 11am. They will walk at 12pm to the Flag Market along Friargate.
A council spokesman said: “The organisers have been in touch with the council about organising the parade, which we have assisted them with.”
For more details visit www.prestonbusstation.co.uk.