Author: Erin Coar

Park View 4U flooding update

The Council is working with United Utilities with regard to the flooding of Park View over the weekend of the 28 – 29 September. We understand that the storage tank beneath Park View which holds foul and surface water, experienced a surcharge onto the playing field arising from the heavy rainfall in the catchment over […]

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Lytham Hall completes much needed walk way

Fylde Council’s Community Projects Fund has seen yet another great success, helping over 100,000 visitors a year safely access Lytham Hall via their newly constructed pedestrian walk way. A grant of £2,000 was awarded to The Friends of Lytham Hall charity in March 2019 to introduce a pedestrian walk way running parallel with the main […]

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Lytham Institute to be registered as Charitable Trust

At a meeting of the Finance and Democracy Committee on Monday 22nd July, Councillors agreed to register the Lytham Institute as a charitable trust, and seek immediate advice and discussion with the Charity Commission on the governance and future management of the trust. Lytham Institute is a building owned by Fylde Council and until 2016, […]

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The Fairhaven Story Stall

Fairhaven Lake will be hosting a celebration of Storytelling with the premiere of the Fairhaven Story Stall on Saturday 3rd August. From the silly to the sad, the every-day to the extraordinary, the romantic to the downright strange, this brand new home-grown show will bring the stories of Fairhaven and Fylde to life for all […]

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Fairhaven Lake voted number 1 spot for picnics!

Fairhaven Lake voted number 1 spot for picnics! Last week Fairhaven Lake was voted by the public as top spot for a picnic in Lancashire. The lake is situated between Lytham and St Annes, and is an extremely popular destination which offers a choice of boat rides, bird watching, nature walks, sporting activity including tennis, […]

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Senior Open presented by Rolex

Royal Lytham & St Annes will host The Senior Open Presented by Rolex for the fifth time in the event’s 33-year history this summer. The iconic venue which has hosted 11 Opens will be the battleground for these masters of the links from July 25th– 28th, as the sport’s legends demonstrate their brilliance in a […]

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Granny’s Bay

Work to begin at Granny’s Bay Work is due to begin at Granny’s Bay next week, as part of the £22m coastal protection project along the Fylde coast. As a positive outcome from the fast and competent delivery of the Fairhaven to Church Scar Coast Protection Scheme to date the Scheme’s funding has been able […]

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