The Council has been working collaboratively with Funeral Directors and we have put in place the maximum arrangements allowed based on HM Government regulations. Our Bereavement Services team has been working relentlessly including long weekends ensuring a sympathetic, professional and caring approach will continue to be followed at all times, especially during this distressing period…

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The Council is looking to facilitate the safe opening of our businesses as lockdown eases with proposals for wider walkways to facilitate social distancing and pop-up cycle lanes to allow you to travel into our town centres safely. Ideas have been coming in thick and fast from our residents and business communities and we are liaising…

Read more Fylde Council looks at the next steps to aid in the safe opening of our businesses

The Fylde borough has seen an influx of visitors to its parks, beaches and open spaces due to the recent relaxation in the lock down measures, as well as the exceptionally good weather the UK is currently experiencing. Many of these visitors are bringing BBQs, however the Council would like to remind everyone that a Public…

Read more Fylde Council reminds beach and parks visitors BBQs are banned and fines will be issued

As businesses across the borough get ready to re-open Fylde Council is working closely with them to ensure there is a complete understanding of the requirements that must be in place. It is imperative that social distancing remains to ensure transmission of infection is minimised and we can work towards the government’s next phase. A responsibility…

Read more Fylde Council supports businesses set to re-open

The coronavirus pandemic has been a challenging time for everyone, but in times of adversity there are many heroes in our community. The Mayor of Fylde Councillor Angela Jacques, who will be continuing as Mayor until 2021 would like to recognise those heroes in a special event that will take place later this year. We are looking…

Read more Nominate your Fylde COVID-19 Hero

Fylde Council has established a discretionary hardship scheme in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The scheme can reduce the Council Tax liability for anyone who has started self-employment after April 5th 2019 and is NOT already in receipt of the Council Tax Reduction benefit or other Government assistance schemes in response to Coronavirus. If you fall…

Read more Council Tax Discount for Newly Self-Employed

Fylde Council is resolute in continuing to deliver essential services to our residents and offer vital support to the most vulnerable in our community; thanks to a wealth of volunteers across all sectors of the Council, together we have redeployed staff and resources to meet our changing demands. Our staff are going above and beyond to…

Read more Fylde Council staff redeployed to deliver essential services