A new capital scheme has been approved to install Changing Places Toilet facilities at three locations across the Fylde, offering larger accessible public conveniences for people who require additional equipment and room to use them safely.   The capital scheme is funded by Fylde Council’s successful application for the Changing Places Grant in…

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A wall-mounted hydration point has been installed at the St Annes Promenade Monument public conveniences as the first in a series of six new facilities for the public to refill water bottles free of charge.  Originally proposed as part of the Council’s plastic-conscious approach to reduce the prevalence of single-use bottles and the…

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Kirkham Cultural Consortium has secured funding to provide a wealth of opportunities for local people to get involved in arts projects to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  The first of these creative projects is a chance to work with professional artists Andrew Shaw and Sharon Kelly to help create a procession…

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Three well-known Fylde institutions have received a total of £58,500 through Fylde Council’s Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) Exceptions 2022 Scheme to help fund vital restoration and development, the Council are pleased to announce. The Lowther Gardens Trust, the Ansdell Institute, and the St Annes Enterprise Partnership each successfully applied for funding through the Government-backed programme to…

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