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Fylde Council has been successful in obtaining funding, sponsored by the Local MPs, from the Government's Restoring Your Railway Ideas Fund. Stantec and Allan Rail have been commissioned to prepare a Strategic Outline Business Case (SOBC) for the South Fylde Line to improve transport services and infrastructure along the rail corridor. The development of a business case…

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Fylde has seen the creation of a second giant sand art installation, this time featuring a 30m dolphin and blazoning the Council’s ‘Take It, Don’t Leave It’ anti-littering message. The enormous raked artwork was created at low tide, close to St Annes Pier on August 23rd in a striking bid to raise awareness of the effects…

Read more Powerful giant message on Fylde beach – Take It, Don’t Leave It

The NHS mobile vaccination van will be returning to Fylde for three days next week to offer first and second doses of the Pfizer. Anyone eligible can be immunised with no appointment necessary on Monday 23rdAugust in Staining, Wednesday 25th August in St Annes and Friday 27th August in Kirkham. Under new Government guidance from Monday…

Read more Vaccination van returns to Fylde

Fylde Council is reminding people that financial support is still available if needed for those who have been asked to self isolate despite the introduction of new rules which means fully vaccinated people do not need to quarantine if they have been in contact with someone with Covid. Changes to the isolation rules from August 16th…

Read more Fylde Council continues to reassure residents about support available for self-isolation

Fylde Council are working in partnership with Preston Care and Repair to deliver a handy person and sanctuary scheme for the benefit of Fylde residents. The handyperson will offer impartial and practical help including:
In response to a number of recent dog-related incidents in the borough and subsequent requests from the public, Fylde Council has installed bright new signage around areas of protected wildlife requesting that dogs are kept on leads at all times, to create a safer environment for all those enjoying these shared spaces. The public is…

Read more New signage asks the public to keep dogs on leads around areas with protected wildlife in response to recent incidents

‘Leave nothing but your footprints’ is the inspiration behind a series of 10-metre-long footprints spectacularly created in Fylde. A total of 15 footprints were raked into the sand on the beach at St Annes as part of Fylde Council’s awareness campaign to encourage people to dispose of their litter responsibly. They are part of the council’s ‘Take…

Read more Spectacular super-sized footprints on Fylde beach

Fylde’s Health Protection Practitioner is urging residents not to abandon all precautions in the wake of easing Coronavirus restrictions. Richard Hurt says: “The national data showed a promising decline in Coronavirus cases in the two weeks following July 19th and as restrictions continue to ease, we’re keen to get out and enjoy Fylde’s many attractions and…

Read more Fylde Council urges continued caution – wash hands, wear face coverings where appropriate, test regularly and get vaccinated

Working closely with the volunteer litter picking group ‘Tossers in Lytham St Annes’, Fylde Council have facilitated the implementation of a ‘bucket and spade trade’ scheme on St Annes beach. Following requests from the group to implement the scheme having seen other coastal council’s adopt the strategy, Members and Officers have created the trade-in area for…

Read more Fylde Council urges beachgoers to recycle their used buckets and spades to reduce the amount of plastic on the beaches.

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