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Fylde Council has been helping to keep the borough’s high streets bustling, incentivising businesses to take advantage of available retail spaces. The ARG Vacant Premises Grant enables businesses locating to, or expanding into, vacant town centre premises to apply to receive 50 per cent of the set-up, shop fit, refit or branding costs at a value…

Read more Fylde Council has awarded local businesses more than £73,000 – and there’s more on the way

Fylde Rugby Community Foundation is delighted to announce that Tilney, Smith and Williamson is the sponsor of a major new initiative to encourage more older people on the Fylde Coast to keep active and participate in sport. The UK’s leading Wealth Management company has agreed a three-year deal to sponsor the Foundation’s Over 55’s Walking Rugby…

Read more Tilney, Smith and Williamson Sponsor Fylde Rugby Community Foundation’s ‘Over 55’s Walking Rugby’ Programme

- By Dr Andrew Furber, Regional Director for Public Health England North West Monday 19th July marked the most significant milestone in almost 16 months with the lifting of COVID-19 legal restrictions and something resembling a return to normality. Social distancing and stay at home rules have been our stabilisers throughout the pandemic, protecting us all and…

Read more “The stabilisers came off on Monday – but we have to keep pedalling to ensure a smooth ride”

Fylde Council is delighted to announce the artist commissioned to produce the Bobby Ball statue. London based figurative sculptor, Ben Twiston-Davies, was unanimously chosen to produce the artwork to commemorate the life of the British comic, actor and TV host who died last year. Ben was chosen from among four submissions by representatives from Bobby Ball’s family,…

Read more Sculptor commissioned to produce Bobby Ball statue

Parents and carers throughout Fylde may be eligible to benefit from a free holiday club programme for children and young people over the school summer break. The Government’s Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF) will be available throughout the region this summer. Backed by a nationwide investment of up to £220 million, the expanded programme ran…

Read more Free summer activity programme available for young people in Fylde

Tourism and Business bosses throw full support behind the move set to generate £20million of income for the Fylde Coast Exciting plans have been unveiled to expand Lancashire’s Lytham Festival into a 10-day live music extravaganza in 2022 – creating a multi-million pound tourism boost. Festival organisers Cuffe and Taylor have submitted a licence application to Fylde…

Read more LYTHAM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES PLANS TO EXPAND INTO 10 DAY EVENT

Independent local business, Celebrations Cards and Gifts, has benefitted from a grant of £10,000. The ARG Vacant Premises Grant, available via Fylde Council, is a fund dedicated to boosting town centres across the Borough. It enables businesses locating to, or expanding into, vacant town centre premises to apply to receive 50 per cent of the set-up,…

Read more £10,000 grant is cause for Celebrations, cards and gifts

Kirkham’s new Artisan Market was hailed a massive success on the day a series of new artworks celebrating the town’s history were unveiled. Torrential rain did not dampen the spirits of stallholders and shoppers as Lancashire Artisan Traders opened their first monthly market on Kirkham’s historic Market Square. Stalls boasting handmade gifts, fresh produce, craft gin, speciality…

Read more Historic Art And New Artisan Market Are A Big Hit In Kirkham

A new fun-packed beach sports event is coming to the Fylde coast this September. Fylde Council is pleased to be hosting the first-ever Global Beach Rugby and Netball event in St Annes, organised by the leading sports event company Global 13. The exciting three-day event will take place right next to St Annes’ Pier and will…

Read more Global Beach Rugby and Netball Event to Launch in St Annes

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