About Fleetwood Town Council

About Fleetwood Town Council

Fleetwood Town Council is a third tier of local government. It works hard to improve the quality of life for local people.

Your local Town Council operates at a local level and is just concerned with Fleetwood and its people. It comes within Wyre Council, our local borough council. Like all the other local authority areas, Wyre is within the jurisdiction of Lancashire County Council.

Fleetwood Town Council is financially supported through a precept. That’s a small additional amount of money that the people of Fleetwood pay in addition to their Council Tax. It funds the council and its activities, and projects that benefit Fleetwood and the people who live here.

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The council was established in June 2009 after a public vote which established that the majority of people in Fleetwood want it to exist.

It’s a non-political council. However, some members are also Wyre and/or Lancashire County Councillors.

This is some of what Fleetwood Town Council gets involved in. You can find out lots more from their website.

  • Lost Trawlermen and Fishing Community Memorials
  • Fleetwood Marsh Nature Park
  • Fleetwood Museum
  • Festive Lights
  • Fleetwood in Bloom
  • Allotments
  • Grant Aid

The Council has offices at Poulton Road, Fleetwood. You can call in during opening hours.

Fleetwood Town Council
122 Poulton Road

Tel: 01253 872444

Office open to the public in person or by phone –
Monday – Thursday 9.30am – 12pm

At any other time please get in touch by e-mail – clerk@fleetwoodtowncouncil.org

Fleetwood Town Council meetings

All meetings are held at the North Euston Hotel at 7pm, generally on Tuesday’s, and you’re welcome to attend.

You can find the dates and details of meetings of Fleetwood Town Council here

Individual councillors represent the people who live in their Wards and throughout the town. Each month they attend various meetings and are involved in and informed about developments which affect Fleetwood and its residents. You can raise matters of concern at Town Council meetings. Or you may wish to contact an individual councillor or the town clerk.

Find out much more about Fleetwood Town Council and current projects here

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