Welcome to the Freckleton Parish Council Web site
The web site has now been operational since April 2004. In that time the amount of data added has increased significantly, such that we have had to make some changes to the navigation, and add new pages. We undertook a major redesign of the website in July 2016 to arrive at 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 at www.freckleton.org. This site is totally independent of the Parish Council. It 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.
Notices for Forthcoming Meetings and Previous Meetings (minutes awaiting approval) can be found <here>
16/01/17 - Planning - starting 7:00pm
13/02/17 – Full Council - starting 7:00pm
Previous Meetings (minutes awaiting approval)
09/01/17 - Full Council
13.01.17 - Blood donation
The next blood donation session that is taking place in Freckleton is on Friday 13th January 2017 at The Methodist Church, Kirkham Road, Freckleton 13:45 - 15:45 & 16:45 - 19:15 Appointments available now at www.blood.co.uk or call 0300 123 23 23
01.02.17 - Oil and gas industry regulations explained
You are invited to attend a drop in with the Environment Agency, Health and Safety Executive, Oil and Gas Authority, Public Health England and Lancashire County Council staff on Wednesday 1 February 2017 to explain how the oil and gas industry is regulated. It will also explain how the environment and people’s health are protected. Residents in and around the surrounding area are welcome to come along and meet the regulators and agencies between 2.00 – 7. 00 pm on Wednesday 1 February 2017 at Wrea Green Institute, Station Road, Wrea Green, Preston, PR4 2PH <Notice>
28.02.17 - Environmental Baseline Monitoring in The Fylde
Meet the team behind the project and find out more about it. Community ‘drop in’ event at the Boy’s Brigade Training & Conference Centre, Treales on Tuesday 28 February, 3 pm–8 pm <Notice>