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The Local Government Boundary Commission is conducting an electoral review of Fylde Council, the aim being to ensure fair representation of electors across the borough and equal access to councillors.  The last review of Fylde took place in 2000 and since then some areas of the borough have seen significant housing growth. This leads to…

Read more Democracy in Fylde Under Review

The app, which went live in England and Wales on September 24, will enable businesses to download dedicated QR codes to print and display within their premises. It allows users to 'check-in' to venues such as restaurants, pubs, cinemas, and hairdressers by scanning the QR code on entry. The time and date of their check-in, as well…

Read more Fylde Council urges businesses to introduce the NHS’s new COVID-19 app

Leader of Fylde Council, Cllr Karen Buckley, said: “The level of Covid-19 infections in Fylde is now rising and there is a particular risk of community transmission in social settings.  Social distancing is our only means of combatting the spread of infection which is why the government have announced stricter measures across all Lancashire County Council…

Read more New COVID measures being introduced in Lancashire

Almost immediately following the establishment of a Town Centre working group at Fylde Council the country went into lockdown because of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, the focus of the group moved to providing safe spaces as shops began to re-opened, quickly turning their attention to tackling economic recovery in our town centres. In June, the…

Read more Ambitious plans for Fylde’s town centres

Over the last three years conservationists have been giving the UK's rarest lizard a helping hand. Captive bred sand lizards have been released on to the Fylde Sand Dunes as part of a long-term conservation project to restore the species’ status and historic range within the UK. Amphibian & Reptile Conservation (ARC), Fylde and Blackpool Councils,…

Read more Rare sand lizards released back to Fylde sand dunes

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