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Lytham’s historic Clifton Square is receiving a pre-Christmas spruce-up thanks to funding secured to encourage shoppers to return to the high street. Fylde Borough Council successfully bid for £243,500 from the Government’s Welcome Back Fund which is providing councils across England a share of £56 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support the…

Read more Historic Lytham Square gets makeover as shoppers return to the high street

In a record-breaking year for the National Green Flag Award Silver Jubilee, Fylde’s parks join 2127 other green spaces in celebrating their success today. Several of Fylde’s parks and open spaces are raising a Green Flag Award. The award is the national quality mark for parks and green spaces. Throughout the 2020 – 2021 pandemic,  Fylde’s parks…

Read more Fylde parks fly the flag as some of the country’s best parks

Fylde Council will be focusing on mental wellbeing during the fourth week of its Let’s Feel Good Fylde initiative. Health and Wellbeing Officer at Fylde Council, Edyta Paxton, has pulled together an online directory of services that can provide support and assistance to anyone who is experiencing poor mental health as well as information on friendship…

Read more Welcome to wellbeing with Let’s Feel Good Fylde

The Council has launched a public consultation to gain feedback as part of the process to begin sand extraction at St Annes beach again. Sand extraction from the beach has been in operation since the 1970s. The operational access is via a track to the beach off Clifton Drive North near Thursby Nursing Home and Dune…

Read more Fylde Council seeks your views on re-starting sand extraction from St Annes Beach

When Fylde Council were looking to improve their communication channels to help promote a range of activities and events, they discovered a brand-new pioneering system, which is now taking bookings across the country. With the impact of COVID, the landscape has changed, and events are run and managed differently. Government guidelines now recommend using clear signage…

Read more Fylde Council and Audibant Mobile

Early this week the Environment Agency has approved a £12.1M fund towards the regeneration of the St Annes sea wall. The replacement aims to reduce the risk of coastal erosion and flooding to over 500 properties and businesses over the next 100 years and involves replacing the existing 660m long seawall around the Island site in…

Read more Environment Agency gives green light for funding towards St Annes Sea Wall project

Pimped-up pumpkins, ghoulish tales and all manner of ghostly goings on are in store as Kirkham gets ready for a spooktacular Halloween. The Fylde town’s Cultural Consortium is hosting a series of events to celebrate the most haunting time of the year. They include inviting creative minds of all…

Read more Plenty Of Chills And Thrills In Store As Kirkham Gets Set For Halloween

The period to give views on the proposed changes to Kirkham's public realm – including the town’s historic Market Square and surrounding streets and open spaces – has been extended. Urban design specialists The Paul Hogarth Company hosted a special public consultation event in the town centre last weekend. Display boards were erected in Market Square, detailing…

Read more Public Consultation Period Extended On Kirkham’s Public Realm Proposals

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