Vaccination van returns to Fylde

Everyone over the age of 16 is eligible to be vaccinated. Remember, one jab is only half a job and you need two to ensure you have maximum protection. <Vaccination van poster>

Big Bowls Celebration

Everyone is welcome to visit Freckleton Bowling Green on Saturday 7th August between 11am – 1pm & 2pm - 4pm. Meet the members and try the game. No equipment needed, just a pair of flat soled shoes. <Big Bowls Celebration poster>

Report Highway Faults on-line

<Did you know you can report highway faults online poster>

Community Celebration Day

10:00am Saturday 7th August 2021 at the Rawstrone Sport Centre, Bush Lane. Firework display at 9:00pm. <Community Celebration Day poster>

Creating Healthy Activities and Nutritious Gains to Empower change

The new free Weight Management programme is for residents of Fylde who are over the age of 18. It is called CHANGE (Creating Healthy Activities and Nutritious Gains to Empower change). To be eligible for the programme clients should have a GP in Fylde or live in the Fylde area with a BMI between 30 and 39.9. <CHANGE poster>

Potholes campaign – improving public perception of Lancashire's roads - December 2020

<Helping to keep Lancashire moving - Potholes campaign briefing>

Public Transport Demand Management and Travelling Safely Campaign - 16 November 2020

From 5 November until 2 December, there is a national lock down so people should only travel to buy goods or services from premises that are open, including essential retail, for work, or to access education, medical appointments or to access the outdoors for exercise and recreation. <Public Transport Campaign notice> <Let's Do It poster>
For advice about using public transport safely visit the <Lancashire public travel web site>

Adopt with Us - September 2020

<Adoption Lancashire & Blackpool poster>

Recent Flooding - September 2020

<Lancashire County Council's response to recent flooding>

Switch to Cycling - August 2020

Time to get on yer bike!

'Switch to Cycling' is a new campaign from Lancashire County Council aiming to build on the momentum of those of you who have started cycling during lockdown and encourage more people to take up cycling for short journeys.<Switch to Cycling poster>

It promotes the benefits of cycling including fitness, saving money and beating the traffic as well as providing advice and information on starting cycling, cycling routes and free training sessions. This is part of the council's Active Travel work to encourage walking and cycling instead of using the car or public transport where possible, which is aligned with current government advice.

Now is an ideal time to start cycling with the school run starting up again and more cars on the road. The county council has put in a range of measures including temporary pop up cycle lanes throughout the county to help people get around by bike.

#SwitchToCycling on social media

Find out more by following us on social media, and you can also get involved by posting your own cycling selfies using the hashtag #SwitchToCycling

For more information and advice about making the switch to cycling, visit

Voices of Freckleton - August 2020

Peter Shakeshaft has published his latest book. Due to COVID-19, a book launch is not possible. Mini distribution centres have been set up with the support of village residents. <Voices of Freckleton flyer>

Have your say on your roads - July 2020

You can have your say on your roads and transport locally by completing a short survey. As part of a
new campaign to promote the work of their highways service, Lancashire County Council is
encouraging people to complete the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey, which
measures public satisfaction with services across different local authorities. <Lancashie Have your say on your road poster>

Draft North West Inshore and Offshore Marine Plans

The Government is currently consulting on the Draft North West Inshore and Offshore Marine Plans and would value your views. The consultation runs until 6th April 2020 <Draft North West Inshore and Offshore Marine Plans Poster>

Cosy Homes in Lancashire

The Lancashire Local Authorities are working together to make homes warmer and healthier through the Cosy Homes in Lancashire (CHiL) scheme delivered by Rhea Projects. CHiL currently has funding  available for qualifying residents for the following measures:

  •     First time gas central heating for properties that have never had central heating (to replace solid fuel fires, electric heaters, gas wall heaters)
  •     Boiler replacements for owner occupiers
  •     Loft insulation
  •     Cavity Wall Insulation

Residents qualify if they are on certain means tested benefits or on a low income with health vulnerabilities.  <Cosy Homes Poster>

Scam Awareness - June 2019

You can be scammed in different ways — online, by phone, by post or in person. It’s easier to spot a scam if you know what to look for. <Citizens Advice Could It Be A Scam Poster>

SCAMS - Online dating

Every year thousands of hopefuls sign up to dating Apps and websites looking for that special someone. For many this will end in a meaningful relationship but for others it could mean the end of their dreams and their savings. When looking for love online, watch out for people trying to commit a crime <Be in the know like Jo Poster >

Public Spaces Protection Orders for Dog Control

Further to the Fylde Council Consultation on Public Spaces Protection Orders for Dog Control, a sealed order for dogs on leads by direction came into force with effect from 1st October 2017.  The order requires a person to put any dog in their charge on a lead if requested to do so by an authorised officer.  Failure to comply with the order will result in a Fixed Penalty Notice of £100.  This order applies to all public places except the places listed in the schedule at the end of the order. <Public Spaces Protection Order Notice>

We Love Running

The villages of Freckleton and Warton now have an official England Athletics affiliated running club. Mondays & Weds meet at 18:30 BAE lightning club, Mill Lane, Warton <We love running Poster>

ReachIT Digital Inclusion Project

If you live in Lancashire and are looking for work or want to improve your IT skills ReackIT can help. IT skills training and employment support for local unemployed people, especially those aged 40 and over. <ReachIT Poster>

Foster with Lancashire County Council and create memories

To start the year Lancashire County Council is running a campaign to encourage more people to come forward to become foster carers <Foster with Us Poster>

Police Notices

Beware of Cold Callers/Salesmen knocking on your door
Criminal behaviour order issued for Daniel Stride
Useful contact details and information
Useful details for Police re suspicious people or vehicles

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