gtag('config', 'UA-129305841-1');
Fylde Council is delighted to confirm the appointment of Building Design Partnership Ltd (BDP) to help us shape the long-term regeneration of St Annes. The approach will be undertaken in three distinct phases which include:
  1. Gathering a comprehensive evidence base and commercial potential assessment
  2. Creating a physical Masterplan that will act as the blueprint to define…

    Read more St Annes Regeneration – Appointment of Masterplan Consultant

Fylde Council is helping people to ‘Change’ to lose weight, lower their BMI and get healthier as part of its Let’s Feel Good Fylde initiative. The popular, free Change plan has already helped lots of people shed their unwanted extra pounds. Residents that want to lose weight and enjoy a new lease of life (with more energy…

Read more Lose weight healthily with Let’s Feel Good Fylde and the Change programme

Fylde Council’s Health Protection Practitioner, Richard Hurt, is reminding residents to continue taking precautions against Covid-19 ahead of the autumn and winter months. His advice comes after an increase in overall cases in recent weeks, including those aged 60 and over. He said: “Covid-19 is still very much with us and it is really important that while…

Read more Fylde Council offers advice ahead of autumn and winter

“It’s exciting times for Kirkham – there is a real sense the town is on the up,” says restaurant boss Restaurateur Andrew Booker firmly believes Kirkham has turned a corner and can flourish. So much so, in fact, he has firmly put his money where his mouth is and invested in the high street’s future. Andrew and…

Read more Cooking up a culinary treat in the heart of historic Kirkham

Fylde Council has recently installed two new digital signs on the coast to help communicate important messages to visitors. The signs will provide up to date information including beach safety messages such as tide times and how to stay safe whilst visiting the area. The signs are located at the beach entrance to the South side of…

Read more Signs go digital in Fylde

A stone sculpture featuring migrating birds has been installed at the end of Fairlawn Road between The Triangle and Lytham Green promenade. The Lytham in Bloom group prides itself on providing street furniture with features of artistic merit within the Borough. The bronze Shrimper (fountain) and clock in the herbaceous border both in Lowther Gardens are…

Read more Lytham In Bloom install stone sculpture to pay tribute to the Ribble Estuary

Fylde Council is kicking off a five-week ‘Let’s Feel Good Fylde’ awareness campaign to encourage residents to get out and be active, culminating in the Fylde Sports Festival at the end of October. With summer turning to autumn and the festive season on the horizon, the council’s sports development and parks and coastal teams are urging…

Read more Let’s Feel Good Fylde!

A campaign to help reduce litter across Fylde during an exceptionally busy summer has been hailed a resounding success. Fylde Council’s Take It, Don’t Leave It campaign has led to a significant reduction in litter and has encouraged even more volunteers to support clean-up operations on beaches and in rural communities. The campaign was launched in July…

Read more Take it, Don’t Leave It hits the mark

Employees at Snowdon Road Depot have recently benefitted from a modern upgrade to the facilities there. The Council has invested much needed funds in completely renovating the office and workspace area at the Snowdon Road Depot with fantastic new modern facilities for all the employees that work from the location. There is now a clean, efficient, and…

Read more Fylde Council staff based at Snowdon Road Depot benefit from much needed facilities upgrade

Fylde Council is committing to tackling the levels of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Borough through improving the CCTV provision in town centres and supporting community partnerships to engage the younger generation. At a recent meeting of the Environment, Health and Housing Committee, Members agreed to approve the replacement of the strategic town centre cameras in St…

Read more Fylde Council commits to more effective CCTV provisions to protect the Borough

Back to top