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LINK-Fleetwood

June 2010

Contents 2

Editors Letter

Beauty Discount Vouchers

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World Cup Viewing at FiveStar

Bring on the Bling Property Pages

Dulux Design Service

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0% Interest at Leftons Furniture

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Some important dates coming up, Fathers Day 20th June, we have the Fleetwood Carnival on Saturday 26th June and also the famous Lighthouse Walk with RNLI to Wyre Light Sat 10th July. Oh and COME ON ENGLAND world cup time!

Salad Days of Summer Recipes

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Where Am I?

Motoring-Suzuki SX4

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Some more great features in this month, if you would like anything in LINK that you think may be a good idea or local information of interest let us know this is your local magazine.

Discount Motoring OFFERS

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LINK-Cash Ads

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Fleetwood Lighthouse Walk

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Coffee Break Crossword / Sudoku

Kids Section Fun & Offers

Fleetwood Area Forum

What’s On, Library & Churches

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Neighbourhood Policing Team

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Useful Numbers

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Fleetwood Town FC

Trades & Services

ummer is here at last and a good time to get those jobs done around the house, we have plenty of local businesses inside to help you do just that and more, while you enjoy the weather and break out the barbecue! don't forget my invite ;-)

LINK was proud to sponsor the successful Fleetwood Gym football tournament in May, we are looking at other sponsoring opportunities this year so let us know what your up to and how we can help. Congratulations LINK-Spotter Mrs B Varley of Ashley Close, Thornton who won our where am I competition £50 on its way to you. We like to hear feedback for our advertisers that they are giving a good service, if you have used anyone in LINK and wish to recommend them for business of the month let us know ! If your business is not featured inside, then you are not reaching up to 40,000+ homes in your catchment area. Get in touch to see how we can help you promote yours into the BEST dedicated local independent magazines.

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old, silver, glitter and glitz are essentials in today's successful rooms, and even if you haven't got a big bank balance, there are some metallic touches that could bring instant glamour to the home.

The interiors world has taken gold, gloss, crystals and bling to its heart. Following in the footsteps of fashion, this trend is also a reaction to our tough economic times. Staying in to avoid expensive bars, interiors lovers want their living spaces to feel luxurious and atmospheric and are going for bejewelled and metallic wallpapers, lustrous fabrics, gilded furniture, and catch-the-light accessories.

Gold Suni mirror £69, Very.

rooms to follow the 'less is more' rule, so that the end result is decadent and dramatic rather than bold and brassy. "You can opt for a futuristic approach with silver and steel and minimal furnishings, or echo the Seventies with zingy colours like oranges and greens in metallic finishes and retro white furniture," says Linda. "Alternatively, there's the opulent route which embraces vintage and uses gold and gilt teamed with tactile, touch -me fabrics such as velvet and silks." So rustle through the glad-rags in your wardrobe for inspiration and join the glitterati gang.

Midas touch We've all got our favourite fashion style and you probably won't go far wrong if you replicate the essence of that in your rooms.

Star buys: Graham & Brown's wallpaper selection includes a richly patterned A touch of bling is the way Desire, available in gold, from its Spirit collection, to make our homes shine and designer, "Metallics are undoubtedly big news as they add instant Barbara Hulanicki's richness. Even a single wall papered in a striking design silvery Diva. can have incredible impact and improve the feel-good Both are factor in an otherwise dull room." £30 a roll. And not for nothing is this look dubbed 'metallic magic' because the reflective properties of metallic papers and paints work in a similar way to mirrors by making small spaces seem larger, and helping the room, burst into life under artificial light. Top tip: Designer Linda Barker applauds the trend. Remember

large patterns "A touch of bling is the way to make our homes can overpower shine - literally – and currently it seems that everyone's seeking a bit of good old-fashioned small spaces razzle-dazzle and glitz," she says. She advises those who want glitteringly successful

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property Jewels in the crown

rise and shine

All that glitters needn't be gold with the glorious array of paint, faux finishes and clever costume jewellery available for walls. Painting walls or furniture, in metallic paint cheaply transform both spaces and pieces, says Charlotte Boyd, style editor of House Beautiful magazine. "Try giving an old dark wood console table a metallic update to really add wow factor to a hallway." Be imaginative and rummage in your jewellery box and display a cluster of pretty silver or gold costume pieces on table tops, hang strands of necklaces on walls or make a feature of them in velvet-lined picture frames.

On your metal Small is beautiful, as the saying goes, but one of the best ways to indulge in this look is to be bold with statement, opulent pieces.

For luxury looks, dress windows in beautiful fabrics - silks, velvets and taffetas in metallic shades which will hint at Hollywood-style glamour.

Victoria Wright, style advisor at HomeSense says: After the over-zealous ghetto bling of the Nineties, it's understandable that home owners are slightly nervous of going overboard for glitz and glitter in their homes.

"We've been inspired by catwalk fashion for our new metallic Silks collection, and feature the fabric in sophisticated silvers, pewter and platinum," says Jo Cassabois, founder of Pret A Vivre, bespoke curtain and blind experts.

"But stand-alone individual items will have impact. Don't limit yourself on shades, think copper, bronze, muted gold and champagne and mix contemporary with vintage for an up-todate take." Star buys: Get your own gold throne, a high backed Cocoon chair in gold, £4,580 from Christopher Guy, while a silver Madame Butterfly Tall Cabinet, £795, from The French Bedroom Company is elegant and unusual. Turn on to full fat bling with a decorative gold bed and two matching bedside cabinets from Newtons Furniture. A Chateau D'or set is £1,099. Satisfy a gold passion with De Ferranti's Alchemy collection of metallic wall and floor tiles. Its gold briquettes are around £250 a square metre.

Silver, pewter and platinum colourways can be teamed with aubergine or maroon for warmth or work well with on-trend sorbet shades such as pistachio greens, duck-egg blues, pinks and yellows.

Getting precious Get in on the metallic-act with gold and silver accessories which will give rooms an instant injection of glamour. "It's easy to overdo metallics," warns Charlotte Boyd at House Beautiful magazine. "Add a few gold or silver sequinned cushions to a sofa or bed, or perhaps group a collection of vases in different shades in front of a gold mirror to make a feature." Star buys: It might tarnish the bank balance but you could splurge on a gold Kartell Bourgie Crystal table lamp, £488 from Occa-Home or simply pick up a silver snip at Dunelm Mill. Its crackle glass lamp is £15.

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the salad days of summer Learning how to make a terrific salad is a skill. Become a salad pro with our easy-to-follow tips and recipes. As soon as summer looms, those party invitations start plopping through the door. Suddenly you're expected to look bronzed, healthy and slim while holding a glass of fizz and not dropping your canapes. This is where the gift of salad comes in. In order to stay trim, many party-goers will live off iceberg lettuce, tomato and a Sauvignon blanc from May until September. But if this combination leaves you feeling faint, remember there's more than one way to toss a salad. Here are five basic salad recipes to get you started...

Garden Salad For the salad: 1/2 cucumber 250g cherry tomatoes 250g baby leaf mix, such as mizuna, baby chard, lollo rosso, purslane and oak-leaf lettuce

1 avocado 50g pitted black olives For the dressing: 1tsp Dijon mustard 2tbsp cider vinegar 3tbsp olive oil Salt and pepper

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Peel and slice the cucumber and halve the tomatoes. Mix the salad leaves with the cucumber and tomatoes in a large salad bowl. Stone and peel the avocado, cut into cubes and add to the bowl with the olives. Make the dressing by whisking together the mustard, vinegar and oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Pour the dressing over the salad, toss carefully to combine and serve.

Greek Salad For the salad: 1/2 cucumber 4 plum tomatoes 1 red pepper 1 green pepper 1/2 red onion 60g pitted olives 50g feta cheese, diced For the dressing: 4tbsp olive oil 1tbsp chopped parsley Salt and pepper

Cut the cucumber and tomatoes into 1-2cm chunks and put them in a large salad bowl. Cut the pepper flesh into thin strips and put them in the bowl with the cucumbers and tomatoes. Finely slice the red onion and add to the bowl with the olives. Make the dressing by whisking the oil and parsley. Season with salt and pepper. Pour the dressing over the salad and toss carefully. Transfer to serving bowls, scatter some feta evenly over each bowl and serve.

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chop Salad For the salad: 1 iceberg lettuce 410g red kidney beans, drained and rinsed 1 avocado, peeled, stoned and diced 2 ripe tomatoes, chopped 1/2 red onion, finely diced 1tbsp chopped coriander leaves 1 jalapeno chilli (optional), finely sliced Corn chips, to garnish Sour cream (optional), to serve

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For the dressing: Juice of 1 1/2 limes 3tbsp olive oil Cut the lettuce into bite-sized pieces and put them into a large salad bowl. Add the beans, avocado, tomatoes and onion with the coriander and chilli (if used). Mix all the ingredients together. Make the dressing by whisking together the lime juice and oil. Drizzle the dressing over the salad and mix lightly to combine. Garnish with lightly-crushed corn chips and serve with sour cream.

Potato Salad 1kg new potatoes 125g smoked streaky bacon 1tsp vegetable oil 6 spring onions 175ml mayonnaise Salt and pepper

Halve the potatoes and cook in lightly-salted boiling water until tender. Rinse under cold water and leave to cool. Meanwhile, slice the bacon into thin strips. Heat the oil in a frying pan and cook the bacon until golden, drain on kitchen paper and allow to cool. Finely slice the spring onions, reserving some for garnish. Put the potatoes, finelysliced spring onions and bacon in a large salad bowl. Gently stir in the mayonnaise. Season to taste with salt and pepper, garnish with the reserved spring onions and serve.

Chickpea and Herb Salad 100g bulgur wheat 4tbsp olive oil 1tbsp lemon juice 2tbsp chopped flat leaf parsley 1tbsp chopped mint 400g chickpeas, drained and rinsed 125g cherry tomatoes, halved 1tbsp chopped mild onion 100g cucumber 150g feta cheese Salt and pepper

Put the bulgur wheat in a heatproof bowl and pour boiling water over, just enough to cover. Set aside until the water has been absorbed. If you want a fluffier finish, transfer it to a steamer and steam for five minutes. Spread on a plate to cool. Mix together the olive oil, lemon juice, parsley and mint in a large salad bowl. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add the chickpeas, tomatoes, onion and bulgur wheat. Dice the cucumber and add to the bowl. Mix well and add the diced feta, stirring lightly to avoid breaking up the cheese. Serve immediately.

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FIRST DRIVE:

SX4

suzuki

The SX4 is a cross between a small hatchback and a mini SUV. The raised driving position, lofty stance and spacious cabin all make the car quite unique.

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f you want to get ahead in the car business, small is the biggest game in town. Superminis, compact hatchbacks, call them what you want, the small car sector is the one to be in.

The trade off is that there's little in the way of genuine variety. Sure, style-wise there's much to differentiate one supermini from the next, but at the end of the day you're still driving a supermini. And if you want a small car with a bit of attitude or go anywhere ability it's a case of getting something, well, bigger. Which is why cars like Suzuki's SX4 have managed to carve out a successful niche for themselves.

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Presenting a noticeably more rugged face to the world while managing to retain the same footprint as a conventional supermini, the SX4s of this world offer some-thing a little different. Different yes - but also different in a good way. Choice is always welcome in the car business, but cars such as the SX4 must deliver what the marketing-speak promises. Suzuki has form in the small car market so this isn't an issue. From city cars to compact 4x4s, the Japanese firm has made a good living from this end of the business.

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MOTORING The SX4 is, if you like, a cross between a small hatchback and a mini SUV. All the tell-tale clues are present: the high roofline, raised driving position, chunky styling and all -wheel drive. This latter feature might only present on one variant, but for anyone with a need for such it sure beats having to manhandle something larger on country lanes. First let's consider the front-wheel drive SX4; it's more than just a 'softroader' for the city. The raised driving position, lofty stance and spacious cabin all make perfect sense in the city where visibility is often at a premium and getting down into and up out of a regular car can be a chore - and a genuine pain for some. With the ease of use box ticked, next consider the car's performance. There's a straight-forward choice between a thoroughly revised 120 horsepower 1.6-petrol unit and a 90 horsepower 1.6-litre diesel. If you plan on racking up the miles, the diesel probably the better option.

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Suzuki's SX4 might appear to be a left-field choice in the supermini sector but the more you examine it, the more it makes sense. You don't need to live at the top of a mountain to make the most of it, while it feels just at home on the motorway as it does bounding along muddy country paths. By way of a deal-breaker, for 2010 Suzuki has spruced up the car's interior, improved equipment levels and polished the car's exterior by way of more colour-coded trim. For the asking price, this is a small car the genuinely punches above its weight.

Facts at a glance:

For more urban-centric motoring the petrol unit is an excellent all-rounder. Improved performance, economy and refinement have made it a more rounded proposition now, and it's also the engine used in the allwheel drive SX4. Now, this might appear like overkill, but there's a lot to be said for all-weather ability. You don't have to be stuck in snow to reap the benefit, as even wet, leaf-strewn roads have the potential to cause a problem. Also, if you happen to live or travel in rural areas, something small and economical like the SX4 can make more sense than a bulky, traditional 4x4 - why use a sledgehammer to crack a nut, after all. And the SX4 - in all-wheel drive SZ5 trim - is so easy to live with. A simple rocker switch activates the 4x4 mode, giving you the option of on-demand all-wheel drive when you lose traction, full 4x4 lock and a front-drive mode. A genuinely versatile, practical and easy to drive car,

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Suzuki SX4 1.6 VVT SZ4,

from ÂŁ12,255 Engine:

1.6-litre petrol unit developing 120bhp. Transmission: Five-speed manual gearbox driving the front wheels. Performance: Maximum speed 115mph, 0-62mph 10.7 seconds. Economy: 45.6mpg. CO2 Rating: 143g/km.

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LIGHTHOUSE WALK

Lighthouse Walk This years walk across the sands will be held on Saturday July 10th and replaces the old Wreck Trek and last year’s Midsummer Night’s Walk. Organised and run by Fleetwood Lifeboat with the help of the Coastguard and Fleetwood Nautical College, the event is a very popular four mile walk across flat sands out to Wyre Light and back. In recent years, it has attracted almost one thousand walkers. Paul Ashworth, Fleetwood RNLI Coxswain said “The team have put a lot of work into this year’s walk. We are hoping to have entertainment out at Wyre Light as well as a treasure hunt to keep the children busy.” The walk will start at 16-00 hours from the promenade behind the Marine Hall Fleetwood. All walkers must sign in beforehand and sign off, following the walk. More details are on the website at www.fleetwood-lifeboat.org

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Coffee Break Crossword

Sudoku Fill in the grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9.

Across:

Down:

6. Seclusion (7) 7. Vestibule (5) 9. Pretend (5) 10. Peaceful (7) 12. Do research (11) 14. Filming (11) 18. Obsolete (7) 19. Corner (5) 21. Condition (5) 22. Merit (7)

1. Flat (5) 2. Beginning (6) 3. Manner (3) 4. Dull (6) 5. Preclude (7) 8. Incomplete (7) 11. Condescended (7) 13. Economical (7) 15. Reliable (6) 16. Impede (6) 17. Bondman (5) 20. Seat (3)

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It's fun. It's challenging. It's addictive!

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FATHER’S DAY Word Search Find the words listed in the word search grid. The words can be forwards, backwards, vertical, horizontal, or diagonal. BREAKFAST CARD DAD DADDY DAUGHTERS FATHER GIFT GOLF

GRANDFATHER JUNE LOVE NECKTIES PHONE PRESENT SONS

now wants to know what the people of Fleetwood want for their town. What do YOU want to see happening in Fleetwood? It’s YOUR town and YOUR voice can make a difference The Fleetwood Area Forum gives the public a real chance to have their say on local issues and influence what actually happens in the town. It’s also an opportunity to hear updates from the Police, NHS, local councils and other community groups. Here’s the proof: •The Fleetwood Forum wanted extra litter bins by the Ferry Café and the council put them in

Email your views to srichardson@wyrebc.gov.uk, text them to 07951 629015 (starting with the word FLEET) or come to the forum itself on 6 July at Milton Street Youth & Community Centre, starting at 7pm. This time we’ll be discussing the proposed barrage scheme, the application to make Fleetwood a Fairtrade district and what Fleetwood really wants. We’ll also be hearing from the Police, Fleetwood Town Council and learning more about Get Started, the new initiative to help people wanting to start their own business and what you can do to make a difference!

•The Fleetwood Forum wanted a say about the local health centre so at every meeting there is now an update about the latest developments and an invitation to comment on design, location and recruitment •The Fleetwood Forum was concerned that not all the street lights were working on Poulton Road and Bramley Avenue and after an incredibly complicated and lengthy process, they are now working But it can do so much more. The Fleetwood Forum

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Laser Storm is the amazing Laser shootout experience for children aged 8-14 years old. Come and experience the awesome thrill of a Laser shooting party here at Thingamajigz! Thingamajigz is closed to the publicWthe lights are turned offW laser and spot lights are projected across the battle area which is filled with harmless smokeWeach party guest is given a lightweight laser gunWthe LASER WARRIOR is now ready for action!

Please show this advert for 10% discount on your Laser Storm party'

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What's On

FLEETWOOD CHURCHES TOGETHER

the afternoon! What more can you ask! All the fun of two fairs, all in one day!! Spoil yourself!!

On behalf of Fleetwood Churches Together, a very big thank you to all who were so generous in making donations to Christian Aid during the recent week of Appeal. The town has raised in excess of £1200.00 this year. Thank you all so much.

Friday 25 June 2010 – 12.00noon to 1.30pm – LUNCHEON – TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, Poulton Road. Join us in a lovely meal in excellent company. Proceeds for Fisherman’s Mission and Trinity Hospice.

There are a few Summer Fairs coming up in June as well as other events and activities, so, please note the dates and times, and we’ll see you there. Friday 4 June 2010 – 10.00am to 12.00noon – COFFEE MORNING & BOOK SALE – ST. PAUL’S, Darbishire Road – free admission – everyone is most welcome. Saturday 12 June 2010 – 10.00am to 2.00pm - SUMMER FAIR – ST. DAVID’S CHURCH HALL – Larkholme Lane – lots of stalls. Do come along and join in the fun, and enjoy a tasty sandwich whilst you’re there. Wednesday 16 June 2010 – 10.30am to 12.00noon – FRIENDLY COFFEE MORNING – UNITED REFORMED CHURCH HALL – Dronsfield Road. Come along for a friendly chat over tea/ coffee and biscuits. The Good as New shop and bookstall will be open, and there will be a raffle and tombola. Just 50p entrance fee, which includes refreshments. Everyone welcome. Thursday 17 June 2010 – 10.00am to 11.15am – COFFEE MORNING – ST. NICHOLAS ROOMS – Broadway. Do come and join us for some friendly chat and friendship. Saturday 19 June 2010 – 10.30am to 1.30pm – SUMMER FAYRE – ST. PETER’S CHURCH, Lord Street. Lots of stalls – raffle, tombola, books, bric-abrac, toiletries, games, cakes, and, not to mention the delicious refreshments freshly prepared. Do make a point to come and join us and help to pick a name for our beautiful doll. Saturday 19 June 2010 – from 2.00pm – RAINBOW SUMMER FAIR – UNITED REFORMED CHURCH HALL, Dronsfield Road. There isn’t a pot of gold at the end of the family friendly, multi-coloured Summer Fair, but there is a fabulous raffle! Champagne, chocolates and lots more. Don’t miss it, entry only 20p. You can do both – St. Peter’s in the morning, have your lunch there, then, you can go on to United Reformed in

Saturday 26 June 2010 – 7.30pm – LAKES GOSPEL CHOIR CONCERT UNITED REFORMED CHURCH, Agnew Road. The choir will perform Gospel songs made famous by the award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. This is their first time ever in Fleetwood. Don’t miss out. Book your seat now. Ring 01253 873622 or 01539 898239. £7.00 adults, £5.00 under 16’s. Sunday 27 June 2010 – 3.00pm CAUSEWAY WORSHIP – ST. DAVID’S CHURCH, Larkholme Lane. A group to help people with disabilities become involved in community worship. Don’t forget – EVERY TUESDAY at 12.00noon – BREAKING BREAD- ST. DAVID’S HALL, Larkholme Lane. Join an ever-increasing group who meet to enjoy a simple lunch whilst also enjoying good fellowship. It’s only £2.50, very good value. Come and see for yourself. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY – 9.30 to 3.00pm or thereabouts, COFFEE MORNING AND CHRISTIAN BOOK STALL at ST. PETER’S CHURCH, Lord Street. You can always be assured of a very warm welcome, good banter, excellent brews, and toasted teacakes to dream of. Also, absolutely delicious, home-made cakes on Tuesday’s, thanks to Christine, who has such a wonderful light touch with her confectionery. Di will be manning the bookstall. Come and see what she has. If there’s something you particularly want, and can’t see, just ask, and it can be ordered for you. Forthcoming Events Please pop these dates in your diary or on your planner: SEPTEMBER 9 to 11 2010 – HERITAGE WEEKEND – some of our Churches will be open for you to look around and learn about their history, the Masonic Hall will be open, Lower Lighthouse, Museum, Lifeboat Station, Euston cellars and Rossall School. A full programme of events will be available shortly, and I will keep you informed.

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WEDNESDAY 15 September 2010 – SONGS OF PRAISE – 7.00pm MARINE HALL. Get your vocal chords tuned ready for the big sing. Let’s make it bigger and better than ever!! SATURDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2010 , FRIDAY 1 OCTOBER & SATURDAY 2 OCTOBER 2010 – FLEETWOOD MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL – in various venues around the town, including 3 of our Churches – St. Peter’s, Lord Street, Mount Church, Mount Road, and Trinity Baptist Church, Poulton Road. Two weekends of amazing talent - in speech/drama, vocal, and instrumental classes. Come along and be amazed. I will give more information nearer the time. We look forward to seeing you at our events. Please feel free to come along. You will be most warmly welcomed, wherever you visit. God Bless

Fleetwood Cycling Festival Sunday 13 June 11am-4pm Marine Gardens It's a celebration of everything on two wheels, the highlight being a guided family bike ride along Wyre's waterfront. And it won't cost you a penny farthing. The free family fund day includes BMX stunts, vintage bikes, unicyclists, a circus big top and the chance to climb into the saddle of some unusual cycles. Youngsters can also dip into the craft boxes to bling their bikes for prizes. SOTOS 10K & FUN RUN Sunday 27th June 2010 Fun run 10.20am Main Race 11am To raise money for The Emily-May Fund for Sotos. Entry forms and details www.weshamroadrunners.com Sotos is a rare genetic disorder but can have devastating effects, Our grand daughter Emily-May Eaton has got A very mild form. The idea of the run is to raise funds for research into Sotos syndrome. This is the third annual Race with the Sea Cadets Base being the race headquarters.

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FLEETWOOD TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS LAST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH, FLEETWOOD LIBRARY 7 PM Next 3 meetings are on 29th June, 27th July & 31st August. Members of the public are very welcome Enquiries - 01253 773435

It's Spot the Dog's 30th Birthday! Help us celebrate with this fun Junior activity session, including face painting, a colouring competition, Put the spot on Spot, What's in Spot's box?, photo opportunity with Spot's kennel and storytelling.

Events at Chatsworth Library

Monday 14th: 3.45pm – 4.45pm12 Up Club. A monthly Reading Group for ages 12 and upwards. This month: The Medusa Project – the Set Up by Sophie McKenzie.

Tuesday 1st 3.45-4.15pm. PACT meeting. Come and talk to Community Beat Manager Ian and PCSO Helen about concerns in the Chatsworth Area. Tuesday 1st 2-5pm. Family LearningMaking Pop-up Cards. Come and be crafty during half-term. (Adults must accompany children). Thursday 10th 1.30-4.30pm Help Direct surgery giving practical support, guidance and information to get the most out of life. Tuesday 17th June 2-3pm Chatsworth Reading group will be discussing The Outcast by Sadie Jones. Tuesday 29th 11am-12pm The Whodunits Crime Reading Group will be investigating A Passion for Killing by Barbara Nadel. Ongoing Events Every Monday, Knit, Natter and Sew from 2-3pm. Bring any crafts and join in the gossip! Refreshments will be provided. Every Thursday, Toddler Rhyme Time from 10.30-11.30. Parents and carers bring your toddlers for songs, rhymes and stories. Every Friday, Under Fives Storytime, 2.15-2.45pm. Half an hour of stories and an occasional rhyme. Details for all events are available from: Chatsworth Library, Chatsworth Ave Fleetwood, 01253 771601 chatsworth.library@lancashire.gov.uk Events at Fleetwood Library Tuesday 8th: 2.15pm – 3.15pm Adult Reading Group. Join us for an informal chat over coffee. The book for discussion this month is: The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. Friday 11th: 11.30am – 12.00pm National BookStart Day. A Baby Bounce and Rhyme session themed around 'The Seaside'. Saturday 12th: 11.00am – 12.00pm Spot the Dog's Birthday Celebration.

Fleetwood Library and Information Service,North Albert Street, Fleetwood FY7 6AJ Tel: 01253 775800 Fax: 01253 775804 fleetwood.library@lancashire.gov.uk Milton Community Centre Car Boot 27/6/2010 indoor/outdoor car boot 10am-2pm to book a table telephone milton 01253770378

Super Summer Sizzler FREE Creative Art & Craft workshops at Milton Youth and Community Centre. Milton Street Saturday 19th: 11.00am – 12.00pm Fleetwood. Will be held on Monday and Spot the Dog's Birthday Celebration. Wednesday mornings from 10am-12pm Another chance to celebrate Spot the throughout the summer term school Dog's 30th Birthday, with various fun holidays Workshops are aimed at activities including face painting, Put the children aged between 5-13 all must spot on Spot, What's in Spot's box?, be registered at Milton and under 8s photo opportunity with Spot's kennel must be accompanied by an adult. and storytelling. Today also marks the All workshops will supervised by fully last chance to return entries for the qualified and C.R.B. checked workers colouring competition. Limmited places are available so book early for further information please Monday 21st: 3.45pm – 4.45pm contact milton centre on 01253770378 Chatterbooks. A Reading Group for 8 to 11 year olds. Summer Fair St Mary's catholic primary Thursday 24th: 2.00pm – 3.00pm school, London Street, Fleetwood, on Saturday 3rd July, starting at 12oclock, Story Time: Crime at the Teddy Bear's Picnic! A special Story Time event for lots of fun to be had. toddlers and pre-school children. Enjoy a story, an activity and a picnic – and don't forget to bring your teddy bear! Ongoing Events Baby Bounce and Rhyme. Friday mornings: 11.30am – 12noon. Songs, actions, rhymes and a lot of kneebouncing! Toddler Rhyme Time. Wed 10.30 am –11.00am. Join in with fun, action rhymes and enjoy a short story. Story Time. Thurs a2.15pm – 2.45pm. Story times for toddlers and preschool children. Enjoy stories and lots of fun activities. Don't forget to enter our Zoe Sharp crime writing competition! Pick up entry details at the library. Closing date: 30th Sept .

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COMMUNITY We are in a position to quickly rule out anyone or anything not involved. If we have returned property, not arrested someone or released somebody we had arrested, then they are not connected with the crime and I would plead with you not to Hello again. As I write this it is a glorious summer’s day jump to conclusions. All this will do is cause us to have to outside and we have a lot to look forward to in our social lives. move some of our resources away from catching the offender in order to investigate these errors in judgement. The World Cup is upon us and hopefully we will do very well, I have my own prediction in mind but I wont jinx it here. In the meantime we have also continued to work to resolve the PACT Panel Priorities which are set twice a month, as I However, with this summer weather and distractions like the mentioned last month and these have now just been updated. World Cup and other family events and holidays, it is worth reminding everyone to keep a good eye on your belongings You can see the new ones on the Lancashire Police website so that it doesn’t become someone else’s. but briefly they are: When you park that car, close all the windows and sunroof and lock it. Similarly when you leave your home, even if it is only for a few minutes (or if you are out sunbathing in the back), lock all your windows and doors. It takes merely seconds for someone to nip in and take your hard earned belongings, while you nod off in the sun or run over the road to that ice cream van. Thankfully, this sort of crime is rare here now, but let’s keep it that way and not get complacent. So what have we been up to this past month in your Neighbourhood Policing Team? You will all, no doubt, be aware of the despicable crime committed in Fleetwood on Sunday 9th May when a young girl was abducted and assaulted during the afternoon. You can be reassured that this is an extremely rare crime, thankfully. We have a massive number of police officers and staff working tirelessly, to catch this man and I am confident, having seen the major incident room in action, that we will catch him. Our Neighbourhood officers have been working day and night in Fleetwood assisting on the enquiry. We have been in and around every primary school in town with a highly visible presence to reassure children and parents and have been in all of the schools to remind everyone of the Stranger Danger message. We have conducted a massive trawl of the town identifying every private and publicly operated cctv system in all relevant neighbourhoods. We are continuing to pump huge amounts of resources into identifying and bringing to justice the offender. You can rest assured no stone will be left unturned. However, there have been some instances, where innocent members of your community have been spoken to as part of the investigation. These are perfectly normal and standard enquiries and it is important, in order for us to be able to focus fully on catching the offender, that people do not make assumptions about those people we speak to or cars we may examine.

•Undesirable groups and anti social behaviour at the shops on Chatsworth Avenue at weekends in the evening. •Undesirable groups of youths, noise, litter and broken glass on the grassed area at Greenfield Road, causing upset and fear to the residents •Cycling on the pavements on the town centre. The top one was there last month and we are continuing to resolve people’s fears. We have worked hard over the last year to resolve what was a problem here last year and we have seen big reductions in anti social behaviour as a result. The CBM, PC Ian Lester, has targeted specific families involved and he continues to do so. We have recently conducted a survey of the area and it seems that we are achieving our aims but that most of the concerns are relating to a fear of things going back to how they were last summer. The off licence there has had it’s licence renewed by the council but with stricter conditions and we will continue in our work to ensure this area remains safe and trouble free. The two other priorities are new for the month and will stay for the next two months while we work to resolve them. The town centre CBM’s, PC Rachel Bibby and PC Oliver Maughan, along with their PCSO’s will be conducting a fortnight of education and warnings in the area, to rid the pavements of anti social cycling. After that time, anyone found committing this offence will be issued with a fine. It is a simple thing for people to use the roads or back alleys to ride their bikes. The town centre pavements simply cannot safely take their traffic. As ever, if you have any information that will help in our fight against crime or disorder, you can call Crimestoppers for free and anonymously on 0800 555 111. Sgt David Blight, Fleetwood Neighbourhood Policing Team.

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community Fleetwood Police Station North Church Street, Fleetwood, FY7 6HN Tel 01253 876611 24hrs a day Enquiry Desk Open 8am-8pm Call 999 in an EMERGENCY ONLY, Fire, Police, Ambulance and Coastguard

Fire Safety Advice & FREE Home Fire Safety Check 0800 169 1125

Useful Numbers UK Passport Advice 0870 521 0410 Neighbourhood Watch www.neighbourhoodwatch.net

TV Licensing 0844 800 6772

Connect Young People Centre 01253 751047

Consumer Advice 0845 04 05 06 www.consumerdirect.gov.uk

Help the Aged 0808 800 6565

Tax Credit Helpline 0845 300 3900 www.hmrc.gov.uk

AGE Concern Shops Fleetwood 120 Lord St 01253 770557 Poulton 9 Church St 1253 899087 Bispham 155-157 Red Bank Rd

Fair Trading & Consumer Helpline 01253 478395

Mental Health Helpline 0500 639 000

Wyre District Citezens Advice 01253 308400

Gas Leaks 24hr Service 0800 111 999

Child Death Helpline 0800 282 986

R.S.P.C.A 01253 873616

Electricity 01772 555995

Cruse bereavement Helpline 0844 477 9400

P.D.S.A 01253 838585

Water Burst/No Water 0845 746 2200 United Utilities 0800 195 4141 Emergency Heating Repairs 0845 074 4002 24hrs

Drugs Talk to Frank 0800 776600 Alcoholic Anonymous 0845 769 7555 Childline 0800 1111

Coast Guard Services 0151 931 3343 / 0151 931 3341

N.S.P.C.C Child Protection 0808 800 5000

Duty Chemist Sundays - Morrisons

Parentline Plus 0808 800 2222

Fleetwood Hospital 01253 306 000

National Debtline 0808 808 4000

Blackpool Victoria 01253 300 000 Rossall Hospital 01253 300 000 NHS Direct 24hrs 0845 4647 www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk Dental Enquiries - Fylde & Wyre 01253 306378 24hrs 7 days Out of Hours Emergency 01253 308105

Christians Against Poverty 01253 875958 Missing People 0500 700 700 24hr National Domestic Violence 0808 2000 247 Help Direct 0303 3331021 Tourist Information 01253 773953

Fleetwood Health Centre 01253 771136 Knott End Ferry 01253 891000 Smoking Cessation 0845 601 2186 Wyre Borough Council 01253 89100 Out of Hours 01253 895116 www.wyrebc.gov.uk Blackpool Council 01253 477477 www.blackpool.gov.uk Fylde Borough Council 01253 658658 www.fylde.gov.uk Regenda Housing 0844 736 0066 Environment Agency 0800 80 70 60 24hrs www.environment-agency.gov.uk

Blackpool Transport Buses & Trams 01253 473000 Stagecoach 01772 886633 National Express 0870 580 8080 National Rail 08457 48 49 50 Highways Agency 0845 50 40 30 Blackpool Airport 01253 343434 Manchester Airport 0161 489 3000

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Round Up by Derick Thomas

Fleetwood Town Under 10 boy's played host to Rossvale Boys, their good Blue Square Premier Bet 2010/11 Season friends from north of commences Saturday 14th August 2010 the border. The youngsters enjoyed two great games of football and both teams exchanged gifts. Town were presented with a beautiful etched glass trophy and the home side provided lunch and refreshments for all the players and parents. The Scottish team have tracked Fleetwood Town’s promotion season via the club website after their visit to Highbury last year to watch a first team game. Town manager Julian Prescott said “The young Scots left the Memorial Park chanting ‘Cod Army’ and I’m sure we’ll see them again next season. Building friendships in this manner is good for the club and, more importantly, for the children.” Fleetwood Town FC honoured Newly promoted Fleetwood Town FC have been congratulated by Wyre Borough Council at a civic reception in recognition of the glory the team has brought to their town. Players, management and backroom staff proudly showed off the trophy that signals their deserved rise into the Blue Square Premier Division next season. Mayor of Wyre, Councillor Russell Forsyth, told guests: "You have done so much more than win a game of football, you have put Fleetwood on the map. You have given a real boost to a town that has been struggling. People of Fleetwood are so proud of their team as you should be of yourselves." Manager Micky Mellon added: "We are obviously very proud of what the players have achieved for the area and we are honoured to be invited here and have this recognised in such an official way. It rounds off a fantastic season." IMAGE shows Fleetwood Town FC manager Micky Mellon and chairman Andy Piley with Mayor and Mayoress of Wyre, Councillor Russell and Mrs Christine Forsyth

Admission Prices Adults £12.50,Concessions (Over 65’s) £8.00 Children (5 to 16 and college students) £7.00 Under 5 - Free Season Tickets Adults - £230, Concessions - £145, Children £125 10 Game Books Adults - £100, Concessions - £65 Children - £55 Available from (1st June 2010) Online club shop Downloadable form to be sent with cheque in the post Over the phone by credit card Over the phone by requesting a form to be posted and to be returned with a cheque

Three products of the Fleetwood Town youth system have been handed a stepup to the first team. Youth players Jack Duggan (17 centre half), Joe Camozzi (18 right back) and Adam Sumner (18 left back & played recently for English Colleges FA). All three members of this season’s winning Lancashire FA Youth Cup. Left-back Adam Sumner, 18 said “I was glad to receive the phone calling saying I had done enough for a contract. I’m disappointed for lads who didn’t make it through but that’s football.” Central defender Jack Duggan, 16, is the youngster of the trio. “I’m very pleased, particularly being with a club like Fleetwood Town. I didn’t think I’d earn a contract a year early but here we are. My aim is to progress and improve my game.” Joe Camozzi, 18, right-back is a product of Town’s youth development programme “This time last year I was preparing for pre-season with Freckleton and I was spotted by the club’s development team. Here I am now with a squad number and my name on the back of my shirt. Things couldn’t have gone much better. I’ve learnt so much this season and my game will only improve.” Micky Mellon said of the three youngsters: “It’s important we show that we are developing our own talent for the future and we certainly have three lads with great promise. There’s no pressure on the lads as it is still early days in their development but they’ve done enough to deserve the step-up. Training full-time with the first team will only make them better and if they do well I won’t hesitate given them a chance.”

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