Poulton St Chads Primary School singing in the Teanlowe Centre
From Alchemy to Zoology (well amost!) there are hundreds of community groups on the Fylde Coast, and in this section we introduce you to the ones in Poulton.
The thing with the majority of community groups is that they are good at what they do, and they are well known within their circle of family, friends and supporters, but to the wider community their huge efforts and successes are not as well known, so here's your chance to shout it from the rooftops!
There's a group for everyone no matter what your taste or interests, and there is no need for anyone to feel bored or isolated with such a packed calendar of projects to get involved with. There are formally structured groups, such as The Forum which is run by the new Poulton & Carleton Residents Association and passes information to the public, and their thoughts and requests back to local authority. Poulton Partnership exists to strengthen the profile and success of the area through events and partnership working. Poulton & Wyre Railway Society have an ultimate ambition to re-open the railway line, the In Bloom team are the magicians who transform the streets each summer.
If this all sounds a bit too much and you prefer something a little more low key or with less responsibility, there are a whole host of other groups that you can go along to and make friends, make a difference and get involved – mother and toddler groups, ladies circle, craft groups, churches, the list is endless.
You can find information about community sports teams in the Sport section under Recreation and Entertainment.
Please get in touch and share your stories – we want to know how and why you formed, what you do, who you help, and how your members benefit from being involved. You might want more members, more funding or more people to help – so we can help you to spread the word, because don’t forget this site is also linked to others across the coast.
Promotion for community organisations who don't have paid staff is completely free, both in this section and on the community groups list.
Don’t forget to add your group details to the community groups list. It’s an alphabetical appearance of the voluntary and community groups on the whole of the coast and appears in the same way across all the set of linked sites, so anyone from anywhere can find you, see what you do in brief, and get in touch.
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