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Community News

For top level or NEWEST news, for anything else see the dedicated page 

Council Funded Community Bus Cancellation 

As from 13th April 2023 the Community Bus to/from Kirkham will no longer be running on a Thursday. We thank COASTAL COACHES for their support. They have been given a flyer to hand out/display with the public bus timetables. See links on New to the Area page HERE   along with a Lancashire County Council 'Dial a Bus ' Scheme see below

Thank you

Wyre and Fylde Dial-a-Bus

Travelcare Office, Lancs Commercial Services,
Kirkham Distribution Centre, Richards Street, Kirkham, PR4 2HU
Tel: 01772 682749, Fax: 01772 682050

Dial-a-Bus services in the urban areas of Fylde and Wyre, including a fully accessible service between the Fylde Coast and Kirkham and Wesham. This service is supported by Lancashire County Council.

Fylde & Wyre (Travel Care)

Lisa Cunningham
01772 685504 or 07584 217737

Essential Phone Numbers 

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It's with great sadness ......

Book Exchange 


New Reporting App

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..... to report the loss of Parish Councillor and colleague Michael Gilbert  who passed away on Thursday 19th November 2021, he had suffered illness for quite some time. 

He volunteered as a Parish Councillor for over 50 years and in recognition of his long service to the community of Bryning with Warton, a street on the Riversleigh estate was named after him

He was a prominent member of the Community who was active in many aspects of the Parish including the Village Hall and formally the local scouting group.

A character who at local events would be the first in the kitchen, sleeves rolled up ready for action 

Respected for his breadth of knowledge on local Parish Council affairs he will be sorely missed by those that had the privilege to have known him

Cllr Mrs Julie Brickles 


Bryning with Warton Parish Council


The Book Exchange is reopen fully.  See more details on NEW dedicated page.

New Road Layout Safety Concerns 

Warton in the News - Lytham St Annes Express dated 15th Aug 2019 

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The Warton Parish Councillors are not happy with the response and the fact that the plan has now been 'signed off'. The Council are seeking assurances that there will be no lesser safety for all users, pedestrian and vehicles with no barriers in place. To reiterate again in addition to the safety aspect, we would want, what is our Village Centre not to look like most 4 lane highways, and the barrier also provide and infrastructure for SOME greenery. We will be engaging with schools and BAe to ensure that they thoroughly understand the implication of the intended design.

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