Events Archive

16.17th Sep Lytham Hall


The Steam Rally 16th and 17th September at Lytham Hall.  10am to 4pm


Full size and miniature steam vehicles, Beer bus.  Free transport from car park to Hall.

Children's donkey rides through the trees.

Adults £7

Concessions £6

Children £4

Family ticket £20

Under 11 are free


30th Sep Car Club Outing

"A group of enthusiasts are forming a club for anyone with a classic or sports car in Wrea Green. We'll organise trips which combine great drives with interesting places to visit. This will probably include some evening, day or weekend tours if there is demand. We want the club to be available to as many people as possible and our objective is socialising informally and having a good time with people sharing a love of cars. The definition of 'classic and sports car' is very broad to encourage participation and you certainly don't need an expensive or rare vehicle to join in. Our first event is scheduled for the 30th September with a day trip to the Lakes or Yorkshire being planned. If you are interested please contact or 07380293077."

1st – 3rd Sep Wrea Green Show

Wrea Green Show 2017

Wrea Green Horticultural Show is on Saturday 2nd September at The Institute. Attractions, displays, village history exhibition and 50 competition classes for villagers to enter. The Beer Festival is on from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September. For more details go to or e-mail 

11th Jun Popular Opera

Musica Lirica Opera Orchestra

Sunday 11th June 7.30pm at St Anne's Church Westby.  Popular Opera for everyone.  Tickets £8 includes refreshments and under 16s are free.  Tickets and further details from Cath Chambers 07980 204901 or pay on the door.

1st July Field Day

Saturday 1st July is Wrea Green Field Day including procession, games, and all the fun of the fair.

1100 Fancy Dress participants assemble in the Green,

1115  Fancy Dress Judging,

1200 Retiring Rose Queen procession,

1220 Crowning Ceremony,

1300 Arena Entertainments and Fair opens,

1430 Children's sports which includes flat races, novelty races,

parent and child novelty races and children's football match.


The Editor


24th June Musical Memories

A summer Evening of musical memories and timeless songs

at St Nicholas Church at 7.30pm Saturday 24th June.

The St Nicholas Singers directed by Dr Kevin Morgan.

Tickets £6 includes refreshments.

See Ros Cockrill or Mike Parker for further details.

01772 672799 or 01772 683700

19 May – Discover Spain

4th May 2017 Electrical Power Cut

Please note that there will be an interruption to electrical  power supplies between 9 am and 5 pm to the following roads.

Fox Lane Ends

Meadow View

First Avenue

Wray Crescent

Plumpton Lane

14th Feb Community Awareness


When: Tuesday, 14th February 2017 Programme: Opening 2pm, Market Place 2:15-3pm,   Presentation 3-4pm Where:
Assembly Rooms, Dicconson       Terrace, Lytham St Anne’s, FY8 5JY

This event has been organised by Lancashire Constabulary in conjunction with the Fylde Borough Council who have assisted with funding. Come and see what local services are available to you and listen to our guest speakers.

Sam Blincow, Watch Liaison Officer, Lancashire Constabulary, Community Cohesion, Bonny Street, Blackpool FY1 5RL

Tel: 01253 604134 e-mail: sam.blincow


14 Feb 2017 – Calling All Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators

Divisional Headquarters

Bonny Street

Blackpool Lancashire FY1 5RL


Telephone: 01253 604134            




Dear Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator,


Since becoming the Watch Liaison Officer in November, I feel it would be good to have a get-together with you all so I can meet you and discuss any issues you may have.


With this in mind, I have been arranging a Community Awareness Event and this will take place on Tuesday 14th February between 2pm and 4pm, in the Assembly Rooms, Dicconson Terrace, Lytham St Annes, FY8 5JY. Timings for the day are as follows opening 2pm, Marketplace 2:15-3pm & Presentation 3-4pm.


Fylde Council have assisted with funding for this event and will also be putting on a counter-terrorism presentation which is very informative and is about the community preventing people from being drawn into terrorism.


All Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators from Blackpool and Fylde are being invited to the event, which will be a marketplace type of event where you will be able to meet Officers from the Lancashire Constabulary, Neighbourhood Watch Executive Committee members, Lancashire Combined Watch Forum members along with representatives from various other agencies such as British Red Cross, Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service etc.  It should be a great opportunity to talk, on an informal basis, to all of these people and to get to know other Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators.


There will be items that you can take away such as the popular ‘Jingle Bells’ which you can attach to your purse/wallet/bag, Ultra Violet pen markers, and other free hand-outs.


You are welcome to bring friends along with you if you wish; this would assist in signing up more people to become coordinators and help us to grow.


I do hope that you will be able to come along please let me know if you are able to be there or not by the 6th February please do so via email or phone so we can ensure we have a rough idea of numbers for the refreshments.


Yours sincerely,


Sam Blincow

Watch Liaison Officer