Vulnerable residents across Fylde are soon to receive additional financial assistance from Fylde Council through the Household Support Fund.  Fylde Council have received £270k in funding from Lancashire County Council, and a one-off payment of £90 will be made to each household where a person of pension age and in receipt of Council Tax support is…

Read more Next Stage of Fylde Council’s Household Support Fund Announced

Fylde Council’s Community Projects Fund has awarded over £14,500 in financial support to local voluntary, community and faith groups during 2021/2022.  The Fylde Community Projects Fund awards grants between £300 to £2000 for organisations which are based in Fylde or work exclusively with people who live in the Borough, funding projects which promote…

Read more Fylde Community Projects Fund 2021/22 Update

The Fylde Council handyperson scheme for those on lower income and sanctuary scheme to help victims of domestic violence will be continued for a further three years in Fylde.  Following an initial 12-month pilot scheme, councillors on Fylde’s Environment, Health and Housing Committee voted unanimously to fund the service for a further three…

Read more Fylde Council Handyperson & Sanctuary Scheme Extended

Fylde Borough Council’s arts development service has developed the ‘Green Loop’ project to raise awareness of sustainable making and craft. Over the last three months an artist in residence, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, has been working with local people to consider what goes to landfill and how some of this could be reused for as…

Read more Green Loop Eco Makers Market Celebrates Sustainable Creativity on Saturday 25 June

Lytham Hall’s Long Gallery has been nominated by Fylde Council’s Tourism & Leisure Committee to be the new home of the Lytham St Annes Art Collection, following a detailed review of potential venues by officers and elected members.  The new proposal recommends the Finance & Democracy Committee approve an addition of £65,000, to be…

Read more Lytham Hall Nominated New Home of Lytham St Annes Art Collection

Fylde Council is reminding food businesses to focus on food safety and that our team is here to support businesses improve standards and keep consumers safe.  Food safety officers inspect food businesses to check that they follow food hygiene and safety laws so that the food is safe to eat.  They give the…

Read more Fylde Council reminds food businesses to focus on food safety standards following World Food Safety Day