Fylde Council has released a draft of its Corporate Plan for the period 2020-2024 – and wants to know what residents think. The plan has gone out for public consultation and includes the council’s economic, environmental, efficiency and tourism goals, as well as how the council plans to achieve its goals. The Corporate Plan includes the development…

Read more Fylde Council seeks feedback on 2020-2024 Corporate Plan

The Government is currently inviting community-led organisations in partnership with local authorities to apply for funding to create new pocket parks and refurbish existing parks. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) is making available £1.35 million to create new pocket parks or renovate existing parks that have fallen into disrepair where it can…

Read more Calling all parks and green space lovers!

As temperatures drop, health services are gearing up for the number of extra patients they see with lung conditions and urging patients to plan ahead. In winter, GPs see more people suffering from breathing complications and, according to the British Lung Foundation, there are almost 80 per cent more respiratory admissions to hospital in December, January…

Read more Take a deep breath and plan for winter

Starting from Monday 23rd the Parks & Coastal Services team will be undertaking some essential improvement works to the much loved Peace and Happiness Garden, on St Annes promenade. During this time the gardens will be closed to the public for approximately 4 weeks. The garden is the proud home to the Les Dawson statue, which…

Read more Maintenance works at the Peace and Happiness/ Les Dawson Garden