Fylde Council proudly commemorated the 80th anniversary of D-Day with a community event at Fairhaven Lake on Thursday 6 June. This special occasion brought together visitors, residents, veterans, and local officials to honour the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought in the historic Normandy invasion. The event featured a variety of activities, including live music, delicious…

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Fylde Council have announced a new partnership with AFC Fylde Community Foundation to support the delivery of their ‘Work Readiness’ programme, made possible through Fylde Council’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) allocation.  AFC Fylde Community Foundation have extensive experience in providing positive employment outcomes for people between the ages of 16 and 65…

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Capita have published a Rural Economy Feasibility and Baseline Study, made possible by funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), to provide Fylde Council with a better understanding of the borough’s rural economy.  The purpose of the study is to provide a strong and comprehensive evidence base for the economic health of…

Read more New Report Showcases Fylde’s Strong Rural Economy

Fylde Council have approved a one-off capital grant of £250,000 to the Lowther Pavilion Trust for the internal refit of the newly constructed education centre and studio theatre annex.  The grant, fully funded from the Capital Investment Reserve, is subject to conditions detailed in the full committee documents found here: Executive…

Read more Lowther Pavilion to Receive £250,000 Grant for Exciting Expansion Project

In an attempt to improve the bathing waters along the Fylde coast, Fylde Council is taking a proactive approach, partnering with Fylde Coast Against Sewerage (FCAS). FCAS is a growing volunteer group with a shared objective of the Council of improving the quality of the Fylde Coast Bathing Waters. The volunteer group will carry out independent…

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Fylde Council have approved amendments to the Lytham Institute charity constitution, allowing for additional trustees alongside the Council to help achieve the objectives of the trust, which are:  To further or benefit the residents of Lytham and the neighbourhood, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious, or other opinions…

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Fylde Council have approved the continued funding of a Housing Outreach Worker to engage and support victims of domestic abuse, in partnership with Wyre Council and Fylde Coast Women’s Aid (FCWA).  The post is employed by FCWA, with costs split evenly between the two local authorities, attending each for two days a week…

Read more Helping the Vulnerable: Fylde Council Approve Funding of Housing Outreach Officer to Support Victims of Domestic Abuse

The St Annes Event Space project, a cornerstone of the St Annes Masterplan, is set to bring transformative changes to the town centre.   Following extensive public consultation and design revisions, Fylde Council are set to consider the approval of an expanded scheme with a revised budget of £2.91 million.  The council’s…

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Fylde Council has released a draft of its Corporate Plan for 2024-2028 and is seeking public feedback. The plan outlines the council's vision and strategic commitments for the borough over the next four years. Fylde Council's vision is "For Fylde to be a place where people choose to live, work and raise a family, retire and…

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