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Fylde Council is appealing to members of the public using unlawfully operating tanning salons to act responsibly.  A small number of salons are continuing to operate across the borough, particularly attracting customers from younger age groups where the virus is most prevalent, according to recent data.  The council has issued a number of penalties…

Read more Fylde Council appeals for public support over unlawfully operating tanning salons

Councillor Karen Buckley, Leader of the Council said: “I am pleased to hear that the Boundary Commission has accepted in full the proposals from Fylde Council members to reduce the size of the council from 51 to 37 councillors and to streamline the committee system. “Now we know the size of the council we can turn our…

Read more Have your say on a new political map for Fylde Borough Council

Councillors on the Finance and Democracy committee met on Monday (25 January) approving further funding from Government to support both the operation of the homelessness and housing advice service at Fylde Council and the progress towards meeting Fylde’s ‘Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025’. The vision for Fylde Council’s ‘Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025’ is…

Read more Funding approved to support the Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025.

Fylde Council Leader, Cllr Karen Buckley visited Sainsbury’s in St Annes to discuss the current Covid safety measures in place and how staff are coping during the current lockdown regulations.  Staff in our supermarkets are keyworkers and have played such an important role throughout the pandemic keeping the shelves stocked with food, marking the floors…

Read more Sainsbury’s leading the way in keeping us safe

At a meeting of the Environment Health and Housing Committee in late 2020, councillors agreed a member working group be established to review flood risk and surface water management across the Borough. Significant flooding events were experienced at various locations across the Fylde Coast including Freckleton, Clifton, Newton, Kirkham, Elswick, Staining, Cropper Road, Moss side and…

Read more Have you been affected by flooding in Fylde? We want to hear from you.

Since its launch in March 2020, the Fylde Community Hub has seen Fylde's community unite to provide for those in need. The Community Hub has provided food parcels, shopping assistance, medication supplies, a befriending service and a dog walking service.  Residents are reminded that this ongoing support service is here to support them should they…

Read more Fylde’s Community Hub is here to help. Do you, or does someone you know need support…?

The COVID-19 Response Fund to help support the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise Sector (VCFSE) is once again open for applications, thanks to a partnership between Fylde Council, Wyre Council and Blackpool, Wyre & Fylde CVS. The maximum award is £5,000 per organisation but a wide range of bids between £300 and £5,000 is encouraged The…

Read more Fylde Council working in partnership to support projects across Fylde and Wyre.

Following a recent meeting of the Tourism and Leisure Committee, Fylde Council has announced a series of necessary improvements to a number of its more frequently used parks and open spaces to improve safety and accessibility. Access Control Measures In Autumn of 2020, bollards were installed to prevent unauthorised access on Ramsgate Road Park and Blackpool Road…

Read more Park development and improvements

A new one-off top-up grant for businesses in the leisure, hospitality, and retail sectors was announced by the Chancellor on 5 January.  The scheme will award grants between £4,000 and £9,000 for eligible rate-paying businesses.  Local authorities are still awaiting details of eligibility for this scheme and its administration.  Recipients already in receipt of Current…

Read more Further Cash Grants Available to Businesses

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