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Preparations are well under way to welcome you back to Fylde, but please don’t visit just yet. We cannot wait to welcome visitors back to our borough and businesses are busy making preparations for when they can safely reopen as part of stage two of the national roadmap,…

Read more We’re preparing for brighter days – please be patient for a little while longer.

Fylde Council has welcomed another major employer’s commitment to SMART testing to help prevent the spread of coronavirus and keep local communities safe. Atos UK & Ireland, has set up on-site testing at its facilities in Lytham. With support from Fylde Council, Lancashire County Council and Public Health England, staff are being trained on how to administer…

Read more Fylde gives thumbs up to workplace testing at Atos

The Institution of Civil Engineers North West has recognised the Fairhaven to Church Scar scheme as Sustainability Project of the year. Each year, the ICE North West Awards showcase the collective and individual achievements of civil engineers, seeking out excellence in civil engineering practice across the region, and celebrating recently completed projects, diversity best practice and…

Read more Fairhaven to Church Scar Coast Protection Scheme wins ICE Sustainability Award

Kirkham residents are being asked to get creative this Easter and celebrate their historic town’s wonderful heritage as part of a £3.5m regeneration project. A series of special events and workshops are being launched as part of Kirkham Treasures – an interactive heritage programme designed to commemorate the Fylde coast market town’s proud history through the…

Read more Get Creative And Help Light Up Historic Kirkham This Easter

Preparations are well under way to welcome visitors back to Fylde and Wyre later this year and council leaders have joined together to ask people to be patient and wait a little longer before visiting the coast. While excitement is building for the brighter days that are coming, visitors from further afield in Lancashire and beyond…

Read more Coastal councils prepare for brighter days and urge visitors to be patient

Fylde Council is reaching out to the hospitality sector to support businesses and help them prepare for a great British summer. In line with the Government’s roadmap for the easing of lockdown restrictions, the council is asking for hospitality businesses such as cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs to get in touch about their plans for reopening. If…

Read more Helping Fylde’s hospitality sector prepare for a great British summer

Small, independent businesses are being invited to apply for a new post-Covid recovery grant to help stimulate the town centre economies in Lytham, St Annes and Kirkham. Businesses locating to, or expanding into, vacant premises could be eligible to receive 50 per cent of the set-up, shop fit, refit or branding costs at a value of…

Read more Fylde Council launches grant scheme to stimulate town centres

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