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Despite the beauty of the Fylde coast, its beaches still end up scattered with litter that's washed in from the sea or been tossed aside by careless visitors. However, we're turning this…
On Sunday 29 September BBC viewers will see the Fylde sand dunes immortalised in all their rugged, windswept glory in brand new WWII drama, World on Fire, starring Helen Hunt and Sean Bean.
Spot seals, search the strandline for shark egg cases and ramble those rockpools this summer!
Rare and mysterious creatures will be protected in Lancashire’s estuaries, which have become part of a network of wildlife havens that will surround the UK.
An event in Blackpool will join in celebrations around the planet for World Oceans Day on Saturday 8 June 2019.
What does Lancashire’s coast mean to you? What are your memories of the North West seaside and the Irish Sea?
More than 200 volunteers headed to the Fylde Coast to take part in our annual Christmas tree planting event.
A new logo will adorn the flags and banners of the Fylde Sand Dunes Project thanks to a creative design by a nine-year-old schoolgirl.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Marine Community Engagement Officer, Sally Tapp, has teamed up with local artist, Gail Pickett, to transform beach litter into a work of art celebrating the amazing…