• Coastal Walk (Naze)

    Coastal Walk (Naze)

  • Boatyard


  • Coastal Path

    Coastal Path

Welcome to the Freckleton Parish Council Web site

The web site has been operational since April 2004. A major redesign in July 2016 resulted in the version you see now. The original mission statement, to confine the site to Freckleton Parish Council matters, has been maintained.

Throughout the site you will find thumbprints of various parts of the Parish. Click on these to enlarge them.

On this site you will find the full unabridged meeting minutes from Jan 2004 onwards, the Parish Council Newsletter, the names and contact numbers of your councillors and the various Committee memberships, as well as forthcoming meeting dates and other council activities.

You are welcome to contact the Parish Council via the Parish Clerk on any matters of concern to you. However, before doing so please consult the FAQ page, your query may already have been answered.

Other details about the Parish of Freckleton can be found on the Freckleton village web site. The village web site is totally independent of the Parish Council and contains details of local businesses, shops, and organisations, as well as forthcoming activities within the Parish of Freckleton.

We hope you enjoy and support this site.


Freckleton Parish Council Newsletter Issue No. 58 – May 2024

The latest issue of the Newletter for May 2024 is now available on the <Newsletter page>.

Morgan & Morecambe Wind Farm Project

The Parish Council object to this project. A public meeting was held in the Village Hall on Tuesday 21st November 2023. The meeting minutes can be found on the Minutes page. The Parish Council have set up a <Facebook page> to provide onging information to members of the public.

Grass Cutting in the Village

Due to the persistent bad weather the Council has been unable to use the heavy grass cutting equipment on most parts of the Open Spaces areas in the Village. However, once the weather improves and the ground dry's out the Open Spaces areas will be brought up to the high standard of grass cutting that we normally maintain.

Notices for Forthcoming Meetings

A list of meeting minutes awaiting approval can be found at <Meeting minutes awaiting approval>. Notices are also provided on the Community Notice Board

13/05/24- Annual Parish Council meeting - starting 6:30pm <Annual Parish notice>
13/05/24 - Full Council - starting 7:00pm after the Annual Parish Council meeting <May Full Council notice>
20/05/24 - Open Spaces /Fabrics committee – starting 6:30pm

Other Events

Fylde Council Seeks Community Input on PlayZone Locations

Fylde Council is seeking input from residents to better understand community needs and requirements for PlayZones in the area. The PlayZone Programme is a new investment initiative aimed at addressing inequalities in physical activity and access to facilities by funding community-led spaces.
The programme, primarily funded by the Football Foundation, will focus on communities with the greatest need, delivering new or refurbished safe and accessible multi-sport pitches. These high-quality facilities will offer space for recreational physical activities such as football, netball, rugby, cricket, hockey, or basketball. <PlayZone Pop-Up Poster>

Face-to-face conversations with the community will take place over the coming weeks:

Wednesday May 22nd
4pm – 6pm Freckleton Parish Council – Rawstorne Centre, Bush Lane, Freckleton.
6.30pm – 8.30pm Bryning -with-Warton Parish Council – Blackburn Pavilion, Bridges Playing Fields, Warton.

Thursday May 23rd
4pm – 6pm St Annes Town Council, 5 St George’s Road, Lytham St Anne’s FY8 2AE.
6.30pm – 8.30pm Kirkham Town Council, Community Centre Mill Street, Preston PR4 2AN.

To have your say in the consultation, visit the questionnaire webpage here: https://forms.office.com/r/qiLNScguh9

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