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A coronavirus NHS team will be coming to Fylde on Friday July 2nd to share advice, information and support with local residents. The team will be stationed on the promenade in St Annes to answer questions, give advice and talk to people about testing, vaccinations and staying safe. The visit is part of additional Government support measures…

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Fylde Council is investing in extra resources to ensure the area is clean and safe for all. Listening to feedback from residents and visitors, a new community support team has been commissioned to help manage littering, fly-tipping and other anti-social behaviour. The teams are due to patrols, which will take place throughout the week and at weekends,…

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New boundaries are being proposed for council wards In Fylde Borough Council. The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals. A 10-week consultation on the proposals will run until 6 September 2021. Proposed wards for Fylde Credit: contains Ordnance Survey data…

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

Twenty-seven new beach safety signs have been installed along the beach frontage from Starr Gate to Jubilee House, reminding people of the safety risks when visiting the beach. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) recognises the importance of effective, consistent signs and safety flags on UK beaches. This is becoming increasingly relevant in the current climate…

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As the pandemic continues and the speed of the vaccine roll out increases, we've uncovered the myths surrounding the Covid-19 vaccines, discussing the speed of development, the availability, side effects, how it was tested and more. Myth 1: The Covid-19 vaccines have been developed too quickly
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…

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