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Shopkeepers and landlords are being urged to SIGN UP NOW for the chance to restore their properties to their former historic glory as part of Kirkham’s £10m regeneration masterplan. Grants covering UP TO 90% of the design and build costs of external refurbishment and improvement work are now available thanks to funding secured by Fylde Borough…

Read more Kirkham Business Owners Urged to Take Advantage Of Multi-Million Pound Improvement Scheme

Fylde Council is proud to have allocated a £20K fund to community groups that carry out work at train stations along the South Fylde line.   Volunteer groups working at the stations from Squires Gate through to Kirkham and Wesham work tirelessly gardening, planting, tending raised beds, improving signage and providing bird boxes in conjunction with the…

Read more South Fylde railway line on track for £20,000 boost

New Fylde Mayor Elaine Silverwood is ready for her 12 months as the borough’s first citizen, and is hoping to raise plenty of money for her chosen charities and community groups: Kirkham and Wesham Club Day, Fylde Coast Women’s Aid and The Linden Centre, based at Trinity Hospice. The…

Read more New Fylde Mayoral Team

Following recent feedback from residents, new barriers have been installed on St Annes beach clearly identifying the area in which dogs are not allowed between Good Friday and 30th September. Since installation, feedback has been positive, and the implementation of the signage and barriers has proved a success in enabling people visiting the beach with their…

Read more Dog exclusion zone on St Annes beach clearly identifiable with new signage

Following the highly successful £22m replacement Coastal Defence scheme at Fairhaven, Granny’s Bay and Church Scar, proposals to replace the Kiosk at the entrance to Fairhaven car park are now being considered. Fylde Council, in partnership with the Dalmasso family are proposing to replace the existing ice cream kiosk at the entrance to Stanner Bank Car…

Read more Fairhaven kiosk redevelopment

The leader of Fylde Council is thanking residents for their continued efforts as the borough benefits from increased testing and vaccination support after being designated an Enhanced Response Area. Cllr Karen Buckley said that people in Fylde had shown remarkable resilience since the start of the pandemic and the current low infection levels and high vaccination…

Read more Council leader thanks residents ahead of increased testing and vaccination support

Visitors to Fairhaven Lake can once again enjoy a day messing about in boats! Fylde Council is pleased to announce that the boating lake reopened on May 29th with motorboats, canoes and rowing boats available for hire from 10am to 5pm throughout the school holidays and at weekends during term time. Cllr Michael Sayward, Chair of the…

Read more ‘Merrily, Merrily, Merrily oh’…at Fairhaven Lake

Fylde Council has launched a search for consultants to draw up proposals to enhance St Anne’s town centre and ensure its future as a vibrant resort, supporting the needs of both residents and visitors. Changes in retail habits, particularly the move to online shopping, have had a severe adverse impact on the health and vitality of…

Read more Plans to level up in St Annes

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