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The council has set up a community hub in Fylde to support isolated and lonely residents of the Borough who are without friends, family or neighbours to assist during the period of isolation required as a result of the Coronavirus. A dedicated phone line has been set up to take calls from those who need support…

Read more Fylde Council sets up Community Hub to help the most vulnerable through the COVID-19 crisis

Given the latest Government advice requiring persons to stay at home and minimise the risk of infection, we have reviewed the agreements that we have for premises which offer a service to the public such as  cafes, kiosks, or use council land such as ice cream vans, donkeys, inflatables, leisure & sporting activities and…

Read more Financial support for business – three month relaxation from fees 

A new campaign from the Food Standards Agency (FSA), supported by Fylde Council, highlights the risks of allergen non-compliance to food businesses. The campaign which will run until 5 April 2020, is targeting small and micro food businesses. It hopes to increase food businesses’ knowledge of and compliance with the food allergen rules and also…

Read more ‘Don’t risk it’ reminds Fylde Council as it helps businesses get allergen compliant in Fylde

At a special meeting of the Full Council on Monday 9th March, the Council, in its capacity as the sole corporate trustee, agreed the next steps regarding Lytham Institute Trust. The future of the Institute needed to be reviewed after Lancashire County Council relinquished the User Rights, following the decision to re-open the library service and…

Read more Council approves consultation for the charitable objects of Lytham Institute Trust

Fylde Borough Council are teaming up with Lytham St Annes Photographic Society for a second year for the Fairhaven Photography competition. After the success of last year, we are once again inviting people to submit their images of Fairhaven showcasing the parks people, heritage and wildlife! To help you along the way the Lytham St Annes…

Read more Get Snappy at Fairhaven!

Fylde Councillors met on Wednesday 4th March 2020 to set the 2020/21 budget, unanimously approving an overall Council Tax increase of 1.99% and several budget growth items. The Council Tax increase results in an average of £4.11 per annum for a Band D property equating to an increase of less than 10 pence per week for…

Read more Proposals given unanimous support at budget-setting Council meeting

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