|Fylde Police frequently work with other agencies to keep the community safe. We work closely with Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service and Fylde Borough Council to proactively reduce harm on the Fylde Coast.Sharing information and resources allows us to work together with our partner agencies to tackle anti-social behaviour such as providing education around the dangers of disposable barbecues and the potential harm that setting fires can cause.
Please click on the link below and watch the short video that Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service and Fylde Borough Council have put together:
|Lauren Vallely (Police, PCSO, WEST – Freckleton, Warton and Rural Fylde)|
Lowther Gardens and the Pavilion Theatre are pleased to announce the 2nd annual Ice Cream festival this weekend 24th & 25th of July from 10 am – 5 pm each day. There will be free entertainment for all the family, Ice cream, a Gin Palace, Ice Cream, archery, Ice cream, Great World Cuisine, Ice Cream, Treasure Trails, family fun sports and costume characters. With over 15 different ice cream vendors you can be guaranteed of a delicious time at Lowther Gardens this Saturday and Sunday.
Visit and see how Lowther are trying to safely get our fantastic tourist industry back up and running on the Fylde coast.
Managed Parking will be available on the green opposite the gardens.
|Hello to all the residents of Fylde I hope you are loving the amazing weather.
I would like to introduce Myself as one of the new Sgts in the Fylde Policing area. Part of my NHP role is to send out messages in relation to crime prevention when needed. Throughout my years of policing I have been unfortunate to deal with lots of burglaries during the summer months due to insecurities.
We all know that the weather is unbelievably hot at this moment in time and knowing the good old British weather it will change sooner rather than later. But during this short period we would like to ask the residents of Fylde to be mindful when leaving windows and doors insecure. If you go out and about can we ensure are windows and doors are locked. I know it is very hot and you dont want to come home to a Suna but it’s better than your Jewlery or the kids IPAD being stolen. (Heaven forbid the kids wont be able to watch Youtube when they get home)
Some criminals are even cheeky enough to sneak in the house through doors being left open whilst you are sat in the front room watchig Netflix. ( Please note other TV providers are available 🙂 ) I know that we cant keep the doors shut all day long but please be switched on if you do leave it open and you are in another part of your house. All it takes is for the one person to sneak in the front door and grab your purse/ wallet or even worse your car keys.
There are no patterns of burglaries in Fylde at this moment in time but it doesnt take much for a crime spree to start. We would like to avoid it happening which is why I sent the crime prevention message.
PS 243 Mckenna
|Message Sent By
Richard Mckenna (Police,Sgt,Fylde NHPT)