History

Do you find local history fascinating? The Visit Fylde Coast family of websites includes lots of interesting things from the past.

Local history with Visit Fylde Coast

History of the Fylde Coast

Head off to the individual websites to find out about the characteristics of each place, and much more –

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Read articles on this website about how national events affect the local area.

Harry Curbishley My Uncle

Harry Curbishley – My Uncle

The local author of books about Poulton and Thornton Cleveleys War Memorials shares his own family story ‘Harry Curbishley – My Uncle’.

It's flat land, exposed to winds blowing onshore from the Irish Sea, so Fylde Coast windmills have been a feature here for hundreds of years.

Fylde Coast Windmills

It’s flat land, exposed to winds blowing onshore from the Irish Sea, so Fylde Coast windmills have been a feature here for hundreds of years.

Fascinating places to visit with FREE entry, during Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days. They're back again this September.

Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days

Fascinating places to visit with free entry, during Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days this September.

Seaside Donkeys on Blackpool Beach

Seaside Donkeys

Loveable seaside donkeys are a tradition that goes back over a hundred years. Look at the seaside donkeys of Blackpool and the Fylde Coast.

Trams in the Blackpool and Fylde Area

Trams in the Blackpool and Fylde Area

Trams in the Blackpool and Fylde area go together like bread and jam. Driving along the seafront for well over 100 years and set to continue!

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