Pro-Brexiteers claiming fresh backing in port

An organisation which backs Brexit – Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union - says it has received massive support in Fleetwood for its latest campaign.

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Peter Gibson

Concerns growing over combined authority plan

Wyre will continue to stand up against a Lancashire combined authority.

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Prime minister May

Britain's 12 Brexit objectives - which are the most important?

Here are the 12 objectives for Britain's Brexit negotiations, as set out in Theresa May's speech at Lancaster House.

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MDA Products premises today

Blackpool firm in food recall

A Blackpool company is at the centre of a food warning after watchdogs issued a recall on some frozen products.

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The Fleetwood to Knott End ferry

Bids invited to keep historic ferry afloat

Bids are being invited to keep a vital ferry service afloat.

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Last year primary school pupils from Cleveleys marched in support of their local libraries

Minister meets leader about libraries’ future

A top level meeting between a government minister and the leader of Lancashire County Council may provide some help for the county library service.

Mark Bamforth

Deadline looms for by-election candidates

Nominations close tomorrow for the Fylde Council by-election in Lytham’s St John’s Ward.

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Cookson Street is among those due to be upgraded as part of a 7m project

Work to start on £7m facelift for Blackpool roads

A £7m project to give key roads around Blackpool town centre a major facelift will start next week.

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Primary school pupils in Cleveleys marched to protest against library closures

Hurry up call in battle to save libraries

A decision should be made on the future of libraries in Lancashire before volunteers walk away.

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Blackpool Council has written off �600k of debt.  Pictured is Blackpool Town Hall.

Blackpool Council writes off £600,000 of debts

Town hall chiefs have been forced to write off £626,000 of debts and uncollected business rates including nearly £100,000 owed by a charity.

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Coun. Steve Holgate

Health transformation plans need to be in plain English

FURIOUS campaigners walked out of a key county council health meeting today claiming county councillors were not doing a good enough job scrutinising plans for “the biggest shake up of the health service since 1948”.

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West Park Kindergarten

Resort gets cash for child care places

Blackpool is to get a six-figure share of a £50m cash pot to provide more child care places.

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A Catch22bus stops to pick up passengers

Signs removed in ‘ridiculous’ bus stop battle

Signs are to be taken down just months after being put up as a battle over bus stops intensifies.

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Cameras will be installed on the A583

Speed cameras set for October

Work to install average speed cameras on a key road into Blackpool will not begin until October, The Gazette can reveal.


Dog owners out in force at protest walkies

Campaigning pet owners - objecting over proposed new council changes to dog control in Fylde - were out in protest again with their canine companions.

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Uber in Poulton

Nightclub licence axed

The licence of a nightclub has been revoked following concerns raised by police.
New Fleetwood town clerk Debra Thornton with Terry Rogers.

Debra all set for new post at council heart

Fleetwood Town Council has a new clerk.

MP Ben Wallace

Minister’s warning on security

Wyre MP and Government minister Ben Wallace is calling on county residents to be cyber and security aware – especially if they work in defence or other security sensitive industries.

Ben Wallace

Voters have their say on how ‘sexy’ our MPs are

Politicians know to their cost not to take too much notice of opinion polls.

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Cat Smith speaking in Parliamant.

New settlement won’t help the needy, says MP

Fleetwood MP Cat Smith says Government efforts to tackle a crisis in social care do not go nearly far enough.

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