Storm boards closed in Cleveleys
Following forecaster strong winds, we have taken the decision to close the storm boards along the Cleveleys coast.
Memorial Christmas trees
To help bereaved parents cope with the loss of a baby, we're providing memorial Christmas trees.
Holiday clubs are back in Wyre this Christmas
Following the success of the summer holiday clubs earlier this year, Wyre Council is launching a programme of free activities this Christmas for children on benefits-related free school meals.
Wyre’s community come together to tackle climate change
Members of the public including school children and volunteers joined Wyre rangers and staff to help plant over 3,000 trees as part of Wyre Council’s pledge to help tackle climate change.
Lancashire urged to go "back to basics" to prevent spread of Covid-19 this Christmas
Lancashire's Directors of Public Health are urging residents to "get back to basics" after the government reintroduced several new Covid measures in light of the Omicron variant.
Advice on how to prepare for winter
Do you know your emergency numbers? Are you prepared for severe weather? With the cold fast approaching, Wyre Council is advising its residents on how they can prepare for winter.
Precautionary measures in place following confirmed Bird Flu case
A case of Avian Influenza (otherwise known as Bird Flu) has been confirmed at a premises near Poulton-le-Fylde.
Lend a green thumb to help tackle climate change
As National Tree Week begins, Wyre Council is continuing their work in creating woodlands and hedgerows as part of a commitment to plant 25,000 trees in Wyre.
Tell us how you think Garstang can be improved
Following an initial consultation with the public, the Greater Garstang Partnership Board would like to hear residents and businesses’ views on how Garstang can be improved.
Free social media support for Wyre’s businesses
Wyre Council is supporting local business by launching a free scheme with partner Maybe Tech to provide social media training and support to help business welcome customers back to the high street.