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Fylde Council has been given a further £74,154 by the Government to support any families in need of food and essential supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic. Councillors recently approved the funds for release with immediate effect to support vulnerable residents across the borough. The funds were awarded by Government ahead of a further funding settlement after Lancashire…

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People in Lancashire are being asked to celebrate Hallowe'en differently this year. Traditional trick or treating, where you knock on someone else’s door isn’t allowed, as people from different households must not socialise and mix together. So here are some alternative ways to mark Hallowe'en:
The Lancashire Resilience Forum (LRF) has issued guidance on restrictions around upcoming faith and community events for the remainder of 2020 due to coronavirus. The restrictions relate to upcoming events including: Prophet Muhammad's birthdate (28/29 October), Halloween (31 October), Bonfire celebrations (5 - 7 November), Remembrance Sunday (8 November), Diwali (14 November), Hanukkah (10 – 18…

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In response to the introduction of Tier 3 COVID-19 restrictions in Fylde, Cllr Karen Buckley Leader of Fylde Council, said:

Levels of infection rates have risen alarmingly right across the county and are especially high in East Lancashire, Preston and West Lancashire.  On the Fylde Coast the rates are lower but rising quickly,…

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***Issued on behalf of Lancashire County Council, Blackburn with Darwen Council, Blackpool Council and Lancashire's 12 district councils. • Bars and pubs to close tonight, other venues from Monday • No socialising with people unless you live with them or they’re in your support bubble • Government pledges additional support for businesses and residents Lancashire has been moved into…

Read more Lancashire moves to Tier 3 coronavirus alert level

Record-breaking year as more than 2,000 green spaces across the country get international quality mark Today, parks and green spaces across the country will be raising their Green Flag Award with pride in a year when millions of people have seen the value of having great quality green spaces on their doorstep. Amongst the winners were a…

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Fylde Council has received funding from government to support the recruitment of 5 marshals who will help support people in the town centres to continue to adhere to the social distancing rules in place. COVID marshals are being introduced by many councils across the country to ensure social distancing rules are followed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson…

Read more Fylde Council recruits COVID Support Marshals to help support the restrictions in the borough

Following the award of National Lottery Heritage Funding in December 2018, we can now confirm the commencement of works to deliver the Fairhaven Lake and Garden Restoration project.  Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, the project can now fulfil its ambition to make Fairhaven Lake and Gardens one of the finest marine lakes…

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The Local Government Boundary Commission is conducting an electoral review of Fylde Council, the aim being to ensure fair representation of electors across the borough and equal access to councillors.  The last review of Fylde took place in 2000 and since then some areas of the borough have seen significant housing growth. This leads to…

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