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Here comes the sun …well, hopefully!

We’ve been working hard to put together lots of exciting events for families this summer and listed them here for you in this guide. You’ll find plenty to keep your little ones happy from healthy walks to outdoor theatre shows, craft activities to sports and much more, all hosted by Wyre Council and our partners. To keep up to date with what’s on all year round follow @wyrecouncil on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. As well as our events and attractions, there’s plenty more to enjoy in our beautiful borough, visit www.discoverwyre.co.uk to find out more. Please note all event information is correct at time of publication, however some details may be subject to change and some activities may be weather dependent. Parents are required to stay with their children at many of the events, please check at the time of booking.

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Summer Diary What’s On in Wyre 11 Fleetwood Multistars & Healthier Fleetwood 12 Try Sport 13 Fleetwood Parkrun 14 Parkour 15 Beach Cleans 16 Gardening Club 17 Health Walks 18 FYI Directory 19-21 Ideas for Great Days Out 22-24 Parks in Wyre


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Fun for the whole family! Outdoor Cinema

Saturday 29 June 11am – 9pm Memorial Park, Fleetwood

FREE

ENTRY

Bring a blanket, picnic or even your camping chairs to enjoy this unique and exciting outdoor cinema experience! We’ll be showing three movies through the day including a cartoon, a classic, and a smash hit.

Sea Watch

Thursday 4 July 1pm – 3pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood

FREE

ENTRY

Join Lancashire Wildlife Trust as we look for seals, porpoises and dolphins passing by. There will be plenty of seabirds to admire from the top deck too. No need to book.

Xplorer Orienteering for Children

50p

per child

Saturday 6 July 11am – 3pm Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah Xplorer is a family friendly navigation challenge using a simple map. The aim is to find a number of markers that are located around the park. No need to book.

Wyre Estuary Country Park Open Day

FREE

ENTRY

Saturday 6 July 11am – 4pm Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah

A fun day with displays and activities for all the family at our annual open day. Tramper, wheelchair and pushchair accessible, dogs welcome on a lead. There may be charges for some activities.

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Friends of Memorial Park Fun Day

FREE

ENTRY

Saturday 6 July 11am – 3pm Memorial Park, Fleetwood Join the Friends of Memorial Park on their annual fun day to raise money for new play equipment. The day will include kids rides, bouncy castle, games and lots of fun! No need to book.

Beach Craft

Sunday 7 July 11am – 2.30pm Rossall Point Tower

0 £ 2.5ild per ch

Fun crafts made from driftwood and beach treasures. Drop in - last session 2pm. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times. No need to book.

Music on the Park

FREE

ENTRY

Sunday 7 July 2.30pm - 4.15pm Hawthorne Park, Thornton

Bring a picnic and have a day out with the family! No charge but there will be a collection for park funds. For more information on this music event please contact Jenie Phillips on 01253 823516. Tramper, wheelchair and pushchair accessible.

Stanah Squirrels Wildlife Watch Group

£ 1.00 ild per ch

Saturday 13 July 10am - 12/12.30pm Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah

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A monthly environmental/wildlife group for children aged 8 to 14 yrs. Nature walks, wildlife surveys, practical work and lots of

fun. For information call 07989 579351. Parental consent forms required, booking essential.

Outdoor Theatre Cat in The Hat

FREE

ENTRY

Saturday 13 July two showings 11.30am – 12.30pm & 2pm – 3pm Memorial Park, Fleetwood

Come and see Dr Seuss’ Cat in the Hat in the wonderful outdoor setting at Memorial Park. No need to book.

Continental Market at Tram Sunday

Thursday 18 - Sunday 21 July Adelaide Street, Fleetwood

FREE

ENTRY

As Tram Sunday returns to Fleetwood on 21 July, we will be hosting a continental market over the weekend! Plus, on Tram Sunday, look out for the Fleetwood Market van on Lord Street, where you can pick up a lucky number card for a chance of winning up to £50 of vouchers to spend at Fleetwood Market!


FREE

ENTRY

Larkholme Summer Wildlife Walk

Sunday 21 July 1pm – 2pm Larkholme Grasslands, West Way car park Join the Rangers for a hunt in search of the wildlife of Larkholme Grasslands. Booking essential. To book please contact Eleanor at efalch@lancswt.org.uk or 07542228276. FREE

ENTRY

Grassland Butterfly and Bug Hunt

Thursday 25 July 1pm – 2pm Larkholme Grasslands, West Way car park Join the Rangers for a hunt in search of the wildlife of Larkholme Grasslands. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times, no need to book.

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Beach Craft

Friday 26 July 11am – 2.30pm Rossall Point Tower Fun crafts made from driftwood and beach treasures. Drop in - last session 2pm. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times. No need to book.

0 £ 3.0ild per ch

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Crafty Afty Summer Crafts

Saturday 27 July 12noon - 3pm The Pavilion, Memorial Park, Fleetwood

Join the Memorial Park team and take part in fun summer crafts! 10 spaces availble per session, in the following time slots: 12noon – 12.45pm 1pm – 1.45pm 2pm – 2.45pm Booking essential, please call 01253 891000. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times.

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Early Autumn Bird Watch

FREE

ENTRY

Sunday 28 July 9am - 10am Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood

Join the Rangers to catch the early autumn migration. No need to book.

Xplorer Orienteering for Children

50p

per child

Sunday 28 July 1pm - 3pm The Pavilion, Memorial Park, Fleetwood

Xplorer is a family friendly navigation challenge using a simple map. The aim is to find a number of markers that are located around the park. No need to book.

Marine Life Sandcastle making

FREE

ENTRY

Wednesday 31 July 2pm - 3.30pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood Join the Rangers and Lancashire Wildlife Trust to make fish and seal shaped sandcastles on the beach. Bring your bucket and spade if you have them! No need to book.

Watching the birds!

BE SUN

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No matter what awesome summer activites you do, remember to stay safe in the sun! • Wear factor 50 sunscreen • Wear a hat and sunglasses • Stay hydrated

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Sea Watch

FREE

ENTRY

Thursday 1 August 11am – 1pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood

Join Lancashire Wildlife Trust as we look for seals, porpoises and dolphins passing by. There will be plenty of seabirds to admire from the top deck too. No need to book.

Introduction to Butterflies

Join the Rangers to spot summertime butterflies. Only £2.50 for concessions. No need to book.

Bugs and Beasties FREE

ENTRY

Join the Rangers to investigate what wildlife lives in and around the park! Parents/guardians go free but must stay with their children at all times. This event is suitable for pushchairs and trampers.

Strandline Survey

ENTRY

Big Butterfly Hunt

Wednesday 7 August 10.30am – 12 noon Lane Ends, Pilling

Thursday 8 August 10.30am – 12 noon Hawthorne Park, Thornton

FREE

£ 3.00

FREE

ENTRY

Thursday 8 August 1pm – 2pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood

Join the Rangers and Lancashire Wildlife Trust in search of signs of marine life on the seashore. No need to book, parents/guardians must stay with their children at all times.

Saturday 10 August 12 noon – 1pm The Pavilion, Memorial Park, Fleetwood Search high and low for butterflies around Memorial Park! No need to book.

Forest School Taster Session

0 £ 3.0ild per ch

Sunday 11 August 1pm – 2pm Woodland Walk Area, Memorial Park, Fleetwood

Come along to our Forest School in the park and have a go at learning some forest craft skills! Booking essential, call 01253 891000.

Beginners Guide to Saltmarsh

£ 3.50

Wednesday 14 August 2pm – 4pm Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah Get your wellies on and join the Rangers for an introduction to the largest area of ungrazed saltmarsh in Lancashire. This session is 2 hours, wellies required. Concessions only £2.50. No need to book.

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Beach Craft

0 £ 2.5ild per ch

Thursday 15 August 11am – 2.30pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood Fun crafts made from driftwood and beach treasures. Drop in - last session 2pm. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times. No need to book.

Circus School

FREE

ENTRY

Saturday 17 August 1pm – 4pm Memorial Park, Fleetwood Come to the park and try your hand at Circus Skills! There'll be lots of fun equipment and you can learn to use unicycles, stilts, balance boards and beam, diabolos, plates, flower sticks, juggling sticks and a tight-wire! Please ensure children are supervised by an adult. Please note that this is a popular event therefore participation in activities is on a first come first served basis, and you should expect to queue. No need to book.

Bats and Moths Saturday 17 August 8.30pm – 10.30pm Hawthorne Park, Thornton

0 £ 2.0ild per ch

An exciting evening event looking for bats in the early evening (8.30pm - 9.30pm) with Dave McGrath and the Rangers, followed by a moth hunt with expert Dave McGrath and his moth trap when it gets dark, (9.30pm-10.30pm). Contact Jenie Phillips on 01253 823516 for booking and information. Warm clothing, stout footwear and torch necessary.

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Fylde Coast Food & Drink Festival

FREE

ENTRY

Sunday 18 August 10am-4pm Marine Hall, Fleetwood

The Fylde Coast Food and Drink Festival is back! We will once again be opening our doors to showcase quality food and drink from across our region. Plus there's lots of fun activities for the kids, so bring the whole family along! For more information and details on activities and stalls, please visit www.marinehall.co.uk/foodfestival

Wildlife Explorer on the Green

0 £ 2.5ild per ch

Wednesday 21 August 11am – 12.30pm Millennium Green, Garstang

Join Wildlife Charlie for a fun morning finding out about wildlife on Garstang Millennium Green. Booking essential. Call 01995 602125 to secure a space! Parents/guardians go free but they must stay with their children at all times.

Parachute Games and Grass Skiing

0 £ 2.5ild per ch

Thursday 22 August 10.30am – 12 noon Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah Join the Rangers for fun and games with parachutes and grass skis! Please wear appropriate outdoors clothing. Parent/guardian free but must stay with child at all times. No need to book.


Xplorer Orienteering for Children

50P

per child

Thursday 22 August 11am – 3pm Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah Xplorer is a fun family friendly navigation challenge using a simple map with the aim to find a number of markers that are located around the park. No need to book.

Forest School Taster Session

0 £ 3.0ild per ch

Saturday 24 August 1pm – 2pm Woodland Walk Area, Memorial Park, Fleetwood

Come along to our Forest School in the park and have a go at learning some forest craft skills! Booking essential, call 01253 891000.

Beach Craft

Wednesday 28 August 11am – 2.30pm Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood

£ 2.50 ild per ch

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Fun crafts made from driftwood and beach treasures. Drop in - last session 2pm. Parent/guardian must stay with child at all times. No need to book.

Sea Watch

Thursday 29 August 10am – 12noon Rossall Point Tower, Fleetwood Join Lancashire Wildlife Trust as we look for seals, porpoises and dolphins passing by. There will be plenty of seabirds to admire from the top deck too. No need to book.

FREE

ENTRY

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See the Sails Turn! Every weekend until October Marsh Mill, Thornton

Step inside Marsh Mill, a stunning Grade II* listed Tower Windmill! Open Saturdays and Sundays from Easter Saturday until the last weekend in October, 11am to 3pm (2.15pm last tour). Please note there is a small admission charge to Marsh Mill which includes a tour, access to the ground floor exhibitions and kiddies crafting and special exhibitions. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @marshmill1794 and @discoverwyre www.discoverwyre.co.uk


Fleetwood Multistars We run the Fleetwood Multistars programme to provide fantastic opportunities for young people aged 8-20 years with disabilities or special/additional needs to take part in a wide variety of sports and activities. Apart from the obvious health benefits of taking part in sport, the scheme also helps to develop confidence and gives young people a chance to socialise in a safe and positive environment. Taking place every Thursday at Fleetwood High School sports hall there is a small charge of ÂŁ1 per hour at sessions.

For more information call 01253 887482.

Healthier Fleetwood Open Meetings Wednesday 3 July Wednesday 7 August 6.30pm at Emmanuel The Mount, Mount Road

For anyone with an interest in the health and wellbeing of Fleetwood residents and the community as a whole. Hear about our news and events, updates on local groups and projects and make suggestions for new activities - you'll meet residents and agencies who can help make them happen! Get involved in the discussions or just come along to listen.

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PARKOUR AGES 8 -1

1 YRS

6-7PM

£1 PER SESSION

7-8PM

AGES 12-19 YRS

BECOME STRONG GET FIT BE CREATIVE LEARN FREE RUNNING Every Tuesday from 16 April - 27 August at Memorial Park, Fleetwood Sessions are led by Tyler Hiscock and Fleetwood Town FC Community Trust. Please don’t try parkour unless you are in a supervised setting.

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For more information call Fleetwood Town FC Community Trust:

01253 208440


JOIN THE FLEETWOOD PARKRUN FAMILY WALK, JOG, RUN, VOLUNTEER or simply come and watch – it’s up to you!

FRIENDLY, ENJOYABLE 5K EVENTS Every Saturday morning

IMPROVE HEALTH & FITNESS Be active in the open air

FREE & EASY TO TAKE PART No need for special equipment or clothing

BE PART OF A COMMUNITY Make new friends & socialise

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Register for free at www.parkrun.com

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Print out your barcode

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Turn up, run, have fun!

9am Every Saturday

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Don’t want to run? Why not help others by volunteering? Contact our team on fleetwoodpromenadehelpers@parkrun.com to find out more.

Register at parkrun.com

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Volunteers keeping our beaches clean!


Beach Cleans

Along with Love my Beach we host a number of beach cleans each week. These provide a great opportunity to use your time to help us improve the coastline environment and tackle a global problem. All you need to do is turn up and wear suitable clothing for being outside on the beach. All equipment is provided.

July Rossall Point Tower Love My Beach Thursday 4, 11, 18, 25 10:30am – 12pm Fleetwood Knott End Beach Clean Tuesday 9 10am – 11:45am Cleveleys Beach Care Sunday 14 10:30am – 11:30am Beach Clean and a Brew Monday 15 9:25am – 11:30am Rossall Beach, Cleveleys Fleetwood Beach Care Saturday 20 Ferry Beach: 10:30am – 12pm Marine Beach: 1pm – 2:30pm Wyre Big Estuary Clean Up Wednesday 24 10:30am – 12:30pm Burrows Marsh, Stalmine Larkholme Grasslands and Beach Care Sunday 28 10:30 – 11:30am

Harbour Village Clean Up Wednesday 31 10am - 11:30am

August Rossall Point Tower Love My Beach Thursday 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 10:30am – 12pm Fleetwood Knott End Beach Clean Tuesday 6 10am – 11:45am Cleveleys Beach Care Sunday 11 10:30am – 11:30am Beach Clean and a Brew Monday 12 9:25am – 11:30am Rossall Beach, Cleveleys Fleetwood Beach Care Saturday 17 Ferry Beach: 10:30am – 12pm Marine Beach: 1pm – 2:30pm Wyre Big Beach Clean Up Wednesday 21 10:30am – 12:30pm Top of Chatsworth Avenue, Larkholme Grasslands, Fleetwood Larkholme Grasslands and Beach Care Sunday 25 10:30 – 11:30am Harbour Village Clean Up Wednesday 28 10am - 11:30am

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Have you seen our FREE health walks? We run them all year round and they are perfect for all ages and abilities. They are usually one hour, around two miles and are a great way to enjoy the great outdoors and get active at the same time. There’s no need to book, please arrive 15 minutes before the start of a walk for a prompt departure. Each new customer will need to complete a health questionnaire.

July Date

Time

Tue 2 Wed 3 Thurs 4 Sat 6 Tue 9 Wed 10 Fri 12

2pm 10:30am 2pm 10:30am 2pm 10:30am 10:30am - 12:30pm Sat 13 2pm Tue 16 2pm Wed 17 10:30am Thurs 18 2pm Sat 20 2pm Tue 23 2pm Wed 24 2pm Fri 26 2pm Sun 28 2pm Tue 30 2pm Wed 31 2pm

Location

Level

Scorton Village Centre Memorial Park, Fleetwood Seven Stars Pub, Stalmine Cleveleys Community Centre Great Eccleston Village Centre Wyre Estuary Country Park Out Rawcliffe Legstretcher

Moderate All T * Moderate Easy * Moderate Easy T * Moderate £3.50/£2.50 Skippool Picnic Area, Thornton Easy Singleton Church Easy Visit Garstang Centre Moderate Castle Gardens, Carleton Moderate Marine Hall, Fleetwood All T * Marsh Mill Tavern, Thornton Easy Knott End Cafe Moderate T The Shovels Pub, Hambleton Easy Wyre Estuary Country Park Easy T * Scorton Village Centre Moderate St Michael’s, The Grapes Moderate

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August Date Thurs 1 Sat 3 Tue 6 Wed 7 Sat 10 Tue 13 Wed 14 Thurs 15 Fri 16

Time

2pm 2pm 2pm 10:30am 10:30am 2pm 10:30am 2pm 10:30am – 12:30pm Sat 17 2pm Tue 20 2pm Wed 21 2pm Fri 23 2pm Sun 25 2pm Tue 27 2pm Wed 28 10:30am Thurs 29 2pm Sat 31 10:30am

Location

Level

Seven Stars Pub, Stalmine St Helen’s Church, Churchtown Great Eccleston Village Centre Wyre Estuary Country Park Larkholme, Fleetwood Singleton Church Visit Garstang Centre Castle Gardens, Carleton Condor Green Legstretcher

Moderate Moderate Moderate All/Easy T * Easy Easy Moderate Moderate Moderate £3.50/£2.50 All T * Easy Moderate T Easy All/Easy T * Moderate All T Moderate Easy *

Marine Hall, Fleetwood Marsh Mill Tavern, Thornton Knott End Cafe The Shovels Pub, Hambleton Wyre Estuary Country Park Scorton Village Centre Memorial Park, Fleetwood Seven Stars Pub, Stalmine Cleveleys Community Centre

View the full Health Walks programme at wyre.gov.uk/walking

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Of course it’s not all about our events, sometimes it’s nice just to have a day out. If you’re looking for ideas of places to visit this summer, we’ve got so much to enjoy in Wyre!

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Wyre Estuary Country Park

Don’t miss our award winning park! With an innovative children’s play area and woods to make a den in, it’s the perfect place for children to enjoy and make memories. There’s an exciting woodland and geology explorers trail as well as a network of accessible pathways by the breath taking Wyre Estuary.

Memorial Park Fleetwood

Now is the time to discover this wonderful park that lies in the heart of Fleetwood town. It’s steeped in local history and tells the story of Fleetwood and its people in every feature. There’s a range of sport and play facilities including a multi-use games area and parkour equipment alongside the traditional bowling greens and tennis courts.

Marsh Mill Thornton

If you’ve ever fancied a peek inside a windmill - now’s your chance. The windmill is open 11am to 3pm Saturdays and Sundays. Entry is £2 for adults and £1 for children, please note only children over 5 can go up inside the mill. Entry includes access to the ground floor, a guided tour of the higher floors, a short film about the mill, access to the art gallery and craft activities for children. No need to book just come along.

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Rossall Point Tower You can’t miss it! Situated on Rossall Promenade between Cleveleys and Fleetwood. See what you can spot from the observation deck, learn about the coastal environment, bird life and plant life or just enjoy the view.

Fleetwood Market

When was the last time you visited our historic indoor and outdoor market? Come for a visit and take a fresh look at stalls new and old. With over 200 stalls it’s the perfect place for the kids to spend their pocket money.

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside! What summer holiday is complete without a trip to the beach? Fresh from the completion of its £63 million defence scheme, the new seawall at Rossall continues the story of The Sea Swallow, cementing its place on the Mythic Coast. Beginning at Cleveleys, visitors can follow an artwork and poetry trail from the popular children’s book until the story ends at Rossall Point Observation Tower. Characters from The Sea Swallow, including a giant stainless steel seashell and sea ogre carved from limestone, can also be spotted along the picturesque walk. To discover more, click here to take a look at our Wyre Coastline Cleveleys to Fleetwood guide!


Take a walk along the canal

Take a walk along the Lancaster Canal in Garstang or enjoy a trip between Carnforth and Lancaster by this most scenic canal.

The Forest of Bowland

Delve into the Forest of Bowland. A stunning part of the country, this area of outstanding natural beauty is a must see.

Family trip to the park

We are lucky to have so many parks and green open spaces on our doorstep. Why not pack a picnic and enjoy an afternoon out in the fresh air at your local park? Or take a tour of ones you’ve never been to before. See what’s on offer at each of our parks on pages 23 and 24.

All this fun can be tiring...

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S K R PA E R Y W IN

Skatepark at Gardens Jubilee

Fun for teens at Hawthorne Park

Lovaerks P Week

12 – 21 July 2019

Enjoy the summer in one of your lovely local parks. You’ll find details of events at our parks on pages 3 to 10.

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Here in Wyre, we offer a variety of parks and open spaces for all the family to enjoy. We are sure you will find the perfect place to enjoy a quiet stroll or take the kids to play, fly a kite or enjoy a picnic.

Sites with multi use games areas/sports walls Martindale Park, Fleetwood North Drive Park, Cleveleys Hawthorne Park, Thornton Jubilee Gardens, Cleveleys Vicarage Park, Poulton-le-Fylde Kepple Lane, Garstang Windsor Road, Garstang Catterall Playing Field, Garstang Road Inskip Open Space, School Lane Preesall Playing Field, Sandy Lane Memorial Park, Warrenhurst Avenue, Fleetwood

Sites with outdoor gym equipment Roundway, Fleetwood Church Road, Thornton Kepple Lane, Garstang

Bowling greens

Marine Hall Gardens, The Esplanade, Fleetwood Memorial Park, Warrenhurst Avenue, Fleetwood Jubilee Gardens, North Promenade, Cleveleys Ashdell, Victoria Road East, Thornton Jean Stansfield Park, Vicarage Road, Poulton-le-Fylde

Sites with other sports facilities Tennis Courts Memorial Park, Warrenhurst Avenue, Fleetwood Parkour Memorial Park, Warrenhurst Avenue, Fleetwood Pitch and Putt Marine Gardens, Fleetwood Crazy Golf Marine Gardens, Fleetwood

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Sites with children’s playgrounds Fleetwood Marine Hall Gardens The Mount, Mount Road Rossall Point, Laidleys Walk Martindale Park Memorial Park Thornton-Cleveleys Burn Naze, Butts Close Church Road Wyre Estuary Country Park North Drive Park Hawthorne Park Jubilee Gardens Rural Wyre Kepple Lane, Garstang Moss Lane Playing Field, Garstang Catterall Playing Field Bilsborrow Recreation Ground Forton Playing Field, School Lane St Michaels Playing Field, Appletree Close Inskip Open Space, School Lane

Sites with skate equipment Windsor Road, Garstang Jubilee Gardens, Cleveleys Marine Gardens, Fleetwood

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Great Eccleston Playing Field, Pennine View Bob Williamson Playing Field, Grange Road, Hambleton Stalmine Playing Field, Douglas Avenue Preesall Playing Field, Sandy Lane Pilling Open Space, Smallwood Hey Road Winmarleigh Doorstep Green, Broad Lane Poulton-le-Fylde Jean Stansfield Park, Vicarage Road Cottam Hall Playing Field Tithebarn Park, Tithebarn Street Carrabine Park, Bispham Road Farnham Way Compley Avenue

Sites with teenage play equipment

Bob Williamson Playing Field, Grange Road, Hambleton Hawthorne Park, Thornton Kepple Lane, Garstang Memorial park, Fleetwood


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Summer Stuff 2019  

We’ve been working hard to put together lots of exciting events for families this summer and listed them here for you in this guide! You’ll...

Summer Stuff 2019  

We’ve been working hard to put together lots of exciting events for families this summer and listed them here for you in this guide! You’ll...