About the Visit Cleveleys website
Welcome to the ‘Visit Cleveleys’ website. It’s one of a series of seven interlinked sites about this superb piece of coastline in the northwest of England, including Cleveleys, Poulton and Fleetwood in the north, life in Blackpool in the centre, and St Annes and Lytham in the south.
Each of the sites about the six individual places is where you’ll find information which relates to that geographical place itself. There’s space on each site for material about the place and its features, plus what’s happening in the local community. This current redesign and rebuild has been created to (hopefully) allow for new developments in the future, so expect lots more to come!
The Visit Fylde Coast site is the one that hangs everything together. It’s not that far to travel from one end of the Fylde Coast to the other. A distance which makes it possible for all of the 330,000 people who are lucky enough to live here to enjoy everything that’s on offer, and because these sites are all linked together you’ll easily be able to see what’s going on all across the patch. Visit Fylde Coast is also where you’ll find all the generic stuff of interest that doesn’t have a geographical home, or which is just interesting current and topical stuff to share.
Please bear with us for a little while - it was important to get the full range of sites up and running at the same time, the consequence of which is that some areas of content are a little patchy (and we've removed the outdated information in the transfer to this new site), but as with the previous Visit Cleveleys and Poulton before them, they will grow quickly - especially with your help!
These sites were conceived, created, published and delivered by The Rabbit Patch, a family business based at Cleveleys.
Our mission is:
To share the wonders of this coast through a series of positive and
enthusiastic sites, with all the other like minded people out there.
We will avoid over-moderating, as long as you use this site in the spirit with which it is intended - ie, don’t be offensive or contentious - if you are, don’t be surprised to see your comments removed.
This business will be funded by advertising revenue, and we sincerely hope it will be profitable to enable it to continue and to grow. However, we are not driven entirely in pursuit of huge amounts of cash, and as long as it can finance itself and we can eat, that’s fine by us. We are independently owned and we aim to publish these sites in an ethical and fair way. Therefore, we will avoid representing any company which is known to be dodgy or offer poor value, and accommodation providers advertising with us will be quality rated in line with national tourism promotion strategy.
More than anything, these sites are created for you to share, enjoy and contribute to. You’ll find social media buttons and a brand new comments facility on each item, so you can add your opinion where you see fit!
If you’ve got any comments to make about the range of sites, ideas for things that you’d like to see, or contributions that you’d like to make, please get in touch because we want to hear from everybody! We’ve got lots of ideas of our own, but yours are even more important to us.
You can email your thoughts, photos and comments to jane@theRabbitPatch.co.uk
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