Murder at Sea

Harlequins Presents - 26th/27th September 2014

Welcome to Freckleton
The Village of Flower & Music

Freckleton is located in the Fylde, Lancashire, England, UK, just north of the river Ribble. It is one of the oldest Fylde villages. Historically, Freckleton’s main industry is agriculture but there was a time when it was a sea port with boat building and sail making.

The Freckleton web site is a showcase for the village. It provides information about local history, the shops, pubs, restaurants, council, businesses, facilities, services and amenities that are available locally.

There are also pictures from around the village as well as information about the Lancashire Coastal Way and links to everything we can find of relevance to Freckletonians.

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New business recently registered
- Contemporary singing lessons are available for beginners to professionals wishing to eliminate a vocal problem.

We are a very happy band of singers, and enjoy rehearsing each Thursday evening at The Methodist Church hall. We sing all different types of music, from pop to classical pieces, with jazz and show tunes also included in the mix. We offer a friendly welcome, no audition and lots of support if you are new to singing in a choir We have several performance commitments each year, culminating in a wonderful, popular Christmas concert. Please consider joining, you are guaranteed a lovely, enriching experience, and a chance to meet new friends. See our website <here>. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact me, Jenny Leeson, Secretary Freckleton Village Singers 01253 737946 or email:

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Harlequins Presents - 26/27.09.14
Murder at Sea, a Murder Mystery Event. Two nights only on Fri 26th and Sat 27th September starting at 7.30pm at Freckleton Memorial Hall, School Lane. Tickets £7 includes Hot Pot Supper. Bring your own bottle. Tickets from Wendy/Chris on 01772 880203 or 07812 718173 <Poster>

Freckleton Library - August/September/October 2014
Saturday 30th August 10.30am - Mythical Maze Family Workshop Children bring your Mums, Dads and Grandparents to our final Summer Event. Join in with stories and games and help create a Mythical Maze Collage using monsters and mythical creatures you've learnt and read about over the Summer hols.
Thursday 18th September 'Henry IV'   An entertaining and informative talk by Lancaster Castle historian Colin Penny 7pm. Refreshments served from 6.30pm. Tickets £2.00 available from the library.
Thursday 16th October   6.30pm. 'Metal Detecting' An interesting and informative talk by James Oliver. Learn more about this fascinating and rewarding hobby! Tickets £2.00 available from the library.
Tuesday 28th October 10.30-12 Wannabee a Ghost Hunter Workshop. Do you have what it takes to defeat a vampire? To explore a Haunted House? To catch a Ghost with your Ghost Gauntlets? Discover the secret greeting of the Ghost Hunter squad. Learn how to mimic a zombie, a mummy, a ghost, and a vampire! Discover how to sneak around a haunted house and not get spotted! Join our Ghost Hunters on an interactive story quest as they head into a spooky house in order to catch some ghosts! Tickets £3.50 per child available in advance from the library. Event suitable for children age 7-10.
Tuesday 28th October   2pm. Beatrix  Potter Childrens Event.Find out more about the famous children's author, Beatrix Potter. Listen to stories of some of her beloved characters and join in with fun activities associated with her books. Suitable for children aged 4-7 years.
Thursday 6th November  11am.  'A Lancashire Garland'   The history of Lancashire and its dialect in songs, stories & poems A talk by Sid Calderbank. Tickets £2.00 available in advance from the library or pay on the day. 
Tuesday 11th November  2pm.  'How to trace Your WW1 Ancestors'   A Talk by the Library Community heritage team.  Free  event.  Refreshments provided

Slimming World - 1st October at 7pm and 30th October at 9.30am (weekly event)
As soon as you walk through the doors of any Slimming World group, you can be assured of a warm welcome from your Consultant and fellow members – a bunch of really friendly people all at various stages in their weight loss campaign. Before you decide whether to join, your Consultant will tell you all about Slimming World and Food Optimising. Your 'new member talk' begins shortly after the group's start time, during which the other members will be getting weighed and generally chatting. You'll then be invited to join the other members and enjoy the session called IMAGE Therapy. It stands for Individual Motivation And Group Experience and it's full of warmth, friendship, laughter, ideas being shared, recipes, inspirational stories and much, much more. Along with the other new members, you'll be invited to enrol and get weighed. Your weight always remains private and confidential.
In the Memorial Hall, School Lane.  £4.95 per week (£14.95 for week 1 to including joining fee - please note special offers and promotions may be available) because of your new member talk your first group usually lasts around 1½ hours and around an hour each week after that.
Contact: Heather Jenkins 07834241205 or 01772 760 729

Rawstorne Sports Centre - 2014
Youth Club
Every Wednesday Night from 7.00pm . Contact Mrs. C. Thomas 07966831166 / 01772679058 or Mrs. Slater 01772633634 / 447895860247
Junior Football section
Warton Typhoons Junior Football Club, run several under 16 teams. Players aged 6 to 15 are always required. Contact Victoria Russell 0795 204 5565

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Blood Donor
96% of us rely on the other 4% to give blood. Please don’t leave it to someone else. If you’re generally healthy and aged between 17 and 65, do something amazing.... Give blood. To make an appointment or to sign up as a blood donor please click <here>.

If anyone would like copies of the original pictures on the site then please send a request with the name/number of the picture(s) to The pictures are 'Donationware'. We request that you make a donation to the Freckleton Younger Years Charity, which is working towards building a Youth Club in the village.

Clubs, Organisation's and Contacts
Our contacts page contains names, addresses and contact details for all the Freckleton Clubs and Organisation we know about. There are also a number of useful links and telephone numbers for local service providers. If we have missed anyone then please let us know.

Is your Freckleton business listed? If not, please send us your details via e-mail for your FREE listing.

We have a number of useful services that we can offer to Freckletonians. Click here or on the 'Extras' logo to find out more.

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Help Me?

Casie the cat

My cat has been missing since Monday 21st July, which is unlike her. She normally roams in the fields at the back of Lower Lane Estate overlooking Kirkham Road. Her name is Casie she's a large black and white cat with an extra toe on the back paw!

Please contact 07530873306 if you have seen her or know where she is.

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