Fleetwood Chamber of Trade & Commerce
Set on a tranquil marina, we have over 45 famous name stores offering up to 60% off every day, so you’ll find a fantastic range of men’s, women’s and children’s fashions and footwear plus gifts, homeware and accessories all at amazing low prices. With such great choice and value you’ll never have to pay full price again!
There are events and activities on special days throughout the year, but every day your little ones can enjoy the children's play area.
There’s also a tasty selection of places to eat and drink, including our Food Court, Costa Coffee, McDonald’s and The Bay Tearooms.
With new stock arriving daily, your trip to Freeport Fleetwood will always be worthwhile, so come down today to see how much you can save!
So why not make a good days shopping a great day out for all the family! The Freeport experience is designed to be a good one from the minute you arrive. With plenty of free car parking right next to the door, you can stay as long as you like. The centre is completely pedestrianised with only one access point at the front of the complex so your children are safe on site. There are also plenty of benches and places to sit and enjoy watching the world go by - perfect for the family members who like to tag along but aren't keen on shopping! And your four legged friend is welcome too - dogs on a lead are welcome at Freeport - and even allowed in some of the shops too.
For all the latest news, events and offers visit our website which you can find in the contacts section at the top right.
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Your four legged friend is welcome to Freeport Fleetwood - not only are dogs welcome in the centre, they can go in many of the shops too. There are also plenty of benches where less keen shoppers can sit a while with Fido and watch the world go by while other members of the family browse in store.
You'll find these signs on the doors of stores where you are welcome to take dogs inside.
For the comfort of your pet you'll also find water bowls dotted around the site, where your dog can stop and take a drink. Some stores have additional water bowls too.
To be in with a chance of winning your £50 Freeport Fleetwood Gift Card in the monthly draw, plus receiving all the latest news, offers and events, simply register your details online on the Freeport Fleetwood website. You can also register in person in the stores on site.
There's a new winner drawn each month - good luck!
As a nation of animal lovers and shoppers us Brits love to take our four legged friends shopping with us and here at Freeport Fleetwood we want to make that as easy for you as possible.
This is Scamp (above), he likes to go out shopping with his mum so they contacted Freeport to ask which shops they would be welcome in on site.
Dogs are welcome anywhere in the public areas around the centre and many stores welcome well behaved four legged visitors.
The trail is made up of a series of artworks created by schools, organisations and groups from the area illustrating the history of the Fylde Coast. You can walk along the the trail and explore the 22 boards to discover more about the the area’s attractions and learn all about Fleetwood’s fascinating heritage.
Enjoy the fresh sea air as you explore the trail whilst admiring the boats in the marina. The artwork is a permanent fixture and is accessible, free of charge, during the centre’s opening hours.
Subjects covered by the Fleetwood Heritage Trail include the history of the town, the birth of the fishing industry, birds that can be seen in the area, shipwrecks and famous people from Fleetwood.
The boards were created by Cardinal Allen High School, Fleetwood Market, The Fleetwood Weekly News, Fisherman’s Friend, Rossall Primary School, The RNLI and The RSPB. Fleetwood Museum also advised the Freeport Fleetwood team where to find historical information for the boards.
John Magee, Centre Manager at Freeport Fleetwood, said: “The area around Freeport Fleetwood has such a rich and interesting history; we wanted to invest in this art project to celebrate our heritage with the local community.
“We want to say a big thank you to the schools and organisations for giving up their free time and taking part. The May half term is the perfect opportunity for the public to come for a stroll along the marina and take some time to appreciate what makes Fleetwood great and hopefully learn a thing or two at the same time.”
Members of the Fleetwood Detachment Army Cadets and the Fleetwood Sea Cadets braved some wet weather to help paint the marina fence at Freeport Fleetwood earlier in the year, as part of the shopping centre’s Fleetwood Heritage Trail community outreach project.
In 2015 Freeport Fleetwood, the towns Centre, marked twenty years of business iand it was certainly one to celebrate thanks to record sales and footfall.
Sales were 5% ahead of 2014, and total turnover was the highest it’s been for the last 10 years, plus footfall reached almost 1.3m, which was ahead of the previous year for the second year running.
The centre also welcomed three successful new stores Beauty Outlet, Christy and Subway, continuing work started in 2014 to bring new, younger audiences in, as well as continuing to attract existing loyal customers. The three new stores were instant successes and are trading well ahead of expectations.
Three stores were also refurbished; the Rectella store which has been a favourite at the centre for almost 8 years was rebranded as Julian Charles, plus The Works and the London Leathers store which will complete its work later this month. The Works store beat more than 300 other UK branches in the company’s annual store standards competition after being judged on a variety of aspects including sales figures and the atmosphere in the shop.
September saw the return of Best of British, and the focal point for the year’s birthday celebrations. Despite some characteristically bad weather, people flocked to enjoy entertainment including The X Factor’s Carolynne Poole and JonJo Kerr plus giant seagulls, strawberries and cream and massive offers across the centre.
2015 was also a year for accolades for the centre, the team were crowned Retail Business of the Year in the Red Rose Awards and won the Large Retailer award at the Radio Wave Lifestyle and Culture awards. Plus the centre was nominated for the Retail Experience Award in the Lancashire Tourism awards.
John Magee, Centre Manager for Freeport Fleetwood, said; “2015 has been a fantastic year for us at Freeport Fleetwood. I am delighted that we have continued to grow in all areas of the business, building on the success of 2014 to generate our highest turnover for the last ten years. The new store openings have allowed the centre a new dimension and in particular Beauty Outlet and Subway are further reason for the younger shoppers of the Fylde Coast to visit the centre.”
Plans for 2016 are already underway and the centre is looking forward to a partnership with local charity Trinity Hospice, some more big store launches and the introduction of a second entrance which will coincide with the opening of a pedestrian footbridge to connect the new homes at Harbour Village to Anchorage Road.
John continues; “2016 will be the year of the customer and community for us. We have spent the last two years getting to know our fellow businesses, community members and shoppers again and now we would like to give something back to say thank you for their loyalty in helping us thrive. I know the great work of the Trinity Hospice is invaluable to our community so we have decided to support them as our charity in 2016. Look out for our first fundraising activity soon.”
Freeport Fleetwood came out victorious at the Radio Wave Culture and Lifestyle Awards on Friday 10th July, scooping the Large Retailer of the Year award.
The outlet shopping centre was up against other companies such as Debenhams and Tesco at the prestigious event held at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool’s Winter Gardens.
The Radio Wave Culture and Lifestyle Awards are held in Blackpool every year and the winners are announced in front of an audience of the region’s top business people. Companies across the Fylde Coast competed for titles in a range of categories, the shortlist and winners were voted for by the general public.
The award recognises Freeport Fleetwood’s dedicated effort to go above and beyond current retail trends and increase sales by 2.2% in 2014, resulting in the highest sales figures for the centre since 2011 and a 95.5% occupancy rate.
Freeport Fleetwood has proved itself to be a leader in the Fylde Coast retail environment during the past 12 months; creating strong relationships with target audiences, brands it wants to buy and the tenant retailers, whilst contributing widely to the local economy. In addition the centre has supported various schools and charities in the local community and will widen this support during 2015.
The outlet has created a reason for shoppers from the across the North West to visit Fleetwood and is contributing to the reinvigoration of the area by bringing tourist footfall across from Blackpool.
John Magee, Centre Manager at Freeport Fleetwood says: “We feel so proud to have won the Radio Wave Large Retailer of the Year award. What’s most rewarding about these awards is that the general public has the final say. We are delighted that our customers, and the people of the Fylde Coast, have recognised our dedication to continually develop the centre and provide the best retail experience for them.”
“The fact that we are investing in the local environment and community is our commitment to our future in the area for years to come. National retail brands are now showing a desire to sign up for space at the centre.”
The headline sponsor for the event was Inenco. A full picture gallery can be found here
The Wave Radio Culture and Lifestyle Awards constitute the Fylde Coast’s premier business event and are designed to celebrate local businesses, providing the best possible platforms to promote success and to encourage inter-trading in the area.
Freeport Fleetwood has triumphed at the Red Rose Awards, scooping the Retail Business of the Year award. The outlet shopping centre was up against six other companies at the prestigious event held on Thursday 12th March at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens.
The Red Rose Awards are held in Blackpool every year and play out in front of a sell-out audience of 1,100. Businesses from the length and breadth of Lancashire competed for titles across a range of categories, the shortlist and winners were selected by a panel of expert judges.
The award recognises Freeport Fleetwood’s dedicated effort to buck current retail trends and increase sales by 2.2% in 2014, resulting in the highest sales figures for the centre since 2011 and a 95.5% occupancy rate.
The Red Rose win also honours Freeport Fleetwood’s implementation of a new customer engagement programme to turn around perceptions of the centre. This has included targeted fashion, music and lifestyle led PR and social media campaigns, which have lead to an increase in younger customers and a larger tourist footfall.
Freeport Fleetwood has proved itself to be a leader in the Lancashire retail environment during the past 12 months; creating strong relationships with target audiences, brands it wants to buy and the tenant retailers, whilst contributing widely to the local economy. In addition the centre has supported various schools and charities in the local community and will widen this support during 2015.
The outlet has created a reason for shoppers from the across the North West to visit Fleetwood and is contributing to the reinvigoration of the area by bringing tourist footfall from Blackpool.
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Years ago there were many creatures who swam in the seas in Fleetwood Bay.
They swam with the trawlers and helped the fishermen fill their nets.
They floated close to the ferries on their voyages across the foggy Irish sea.
Their laughter and singing helped to guide everyone safely to the shore.
Sadly though, over the years most of the mermaids and sea creatures left Fleetwood and moved away.
All except one.
One mermaid stayed when everyone else was gone.
She didn’t want to leave her beloved Fleetwood.
But with nobody else to play with, she stayed hiding behind a rock in the bay.
Now when a mermaid stops swimming, her tail stops working too, and when a mermaids tail stops working it begins to vanish.
The Fleetwood Mermaid has been trapped in the bay for years now, hiding behind a rock and unable to swim away or to come ashore
She has been sad and lonely for a long time.
So sad that she stopped singing, stopped laughing and without a tail had to stop swimming.
But then – the new Lifeboat and guards found her and rescued her and brought her to Freeport to recover.
We want the Fleetwood Mermaid to rise again and to go back where she belongs out at sea looking after the fishermen, the lifeguards and the Ferry.
We need to build her some new scales for her tail. Scales made up of magical stories, laughter and your hands-on creativity.
We need your help!
Tell your stories, make her some new scales and help her to re-emerge beautiful, magical and in her rightful place among the boats, ships and ferries in Fleetwood Bay.
The Fleetwood Mermaid will form the finale of the SpareParts Parade 2016 at Fleetwood Tram Sunday, to hi-light the important contribution that trawlers, boats and ferries have had in Fleetwood’s story.
Shoppers at Freeport Fleetwood can give their cars a makeover as well as their wardrobe, as a new ProWash Car Valeting Centre is now open at the Outlet Centre.
The ProWash Car Valeting business was set up just under two years ago by Fleetwood High School friends Ben Pitches and James Eccleshare and was built entirely from scratch, with the pair not paying themselves a wage over the past 18 months. The original site, based in Thornton, fell victim to an arson attack back in April and was damaged in the blaze. It is now back up and running, but this new site opening means a fresh new start for the pair.
The new centre at Freeport Fleetwood offers a range of services from buffing, polishing and waxing to carpet upholstery and body restoration. A team of four (including Ben and James) are working at the new site offering the highest quality of service to Freeport’s shoppers.
Local children in Fleetwood have raised a total of £437.39 for the Brian House Children’s Hospice by taking part in a fundraising car painting project at Freeport Fleetwood Shopping Centre.
The unused car was set up in the middle of the shopping centre on Saturday 16th April and shoppers were invited to let their children’s imaginations run wild by having a go at painting the vehicle.
Young shoppers were also invited to get their hands dirty by making foam clay bisque pots, patchwork wall hangings and square tiles. All the activities were free, but customers were asked to make a £1 donation to Freeport Fleetwood’s charity partner Brian House Children’s Hospice in order for their baby Banksys to have a go at painting the car.
The car painting project was set up by Freeport Fleetwood as part of the Centre’s exciting programme of Easter Holiday craft activities, organised in partnership with Glazey Days, a Fleetwood-based pottery and painting studio. The car itself was kindly donated by the local Fleetwood scrapyard, Foulds Metals Ltd.
Centre Manager, John Magee said: “We’d like to thank everyone who got involved in the car painting project over the Easter holidays. The little ones who took part have helped to raise an amazing amount of money for the Trinity Hospice and the children’s hospice Brian House and it was fantastic to see them having so much fun.”
All donations made from Freeport Fleetwood’s Easter Holiday activities will go to the centre’s 2016 charity partner, Trinity Hospice. The shopping centre is also currently selling a range of limited edition #CareForLife shopping bags designed by students from Flakefleet Primary School. The bags cost £2 and all funds will be donated to the charity.
Shopping Outlet Freeport Fleetwood gives one man the a-list treatment with their Modernise Your Man competition.
The women of the Fylde Coast have spoken, and Freeport Fleetwood answered: the shopping outlet has successfully catapulted one lucky fella into the 21st century with their latest competition, Modernise your Man.
Skopes menswear store ran the competition to offer one lucky lady the chance to win a free styling session for a man in her life. As well as receiving expert advice from their in-store menswear fashion stylists, the winner also won two outfits from the store: one casual outfit for everyday use, and one tailored suit for special occasions. As the go-to for stylish men in the area, Skopes was the obvious place to take the winning gent.
Sian Darlow submitted the winning entry, on behalf of her husband Paul Darlow. The lovely local lady entered the competition as a thank you to Paul for being so supportive during the completion of her teacher training course at University. Sian has been working towards her degree whilst Paul had also been studying, working, and helping to raise their two young boys together. While he excelled in the husband department, his uniform of baggy sportswear meant his wardrobe could definitely benefit from the addition of a few sharp suits. With Sian’s graduation ceremony coming up, Paul wanted to dress to impress on the special day.
Paul spent the day with Sian at Skopes being measured, advised, and waited on hand and foot to choose a suit the couple were both happy with. Paul walked away with a navy fitted suit, accompanied with a cool blue hairline stripe shirt, and fuchsia knitted tie. The look was completed with a patterned salmon pocket square to add an extra touch of suaveness. For his casual outfit Paul chose a stone-coloured striped jacket, a long sleeved blue and white stripe shirt, vibrant pocket square and casual jeans for a smart day-to-day look.
Sian Darlow said: “Paul always bought himself clothes before we had our children, but since we had our boys he hasn’t really treated himself, so this was a real treat for both of us. I am so grateful to Paul for all of his support during my studies and this is my way of saying thank you and to get us both ready for my graduation.”
John Magee, Centre Manager for Freeport Fleetwood, said: “We’ve never run a competition before where a stylish man on your arm is the prize! Paul looked really dapper after his Skopes makeover and we hope Sian will enjoy her graduation even more having a super-smart husband by her side”
Established over 60 years ago in the heart of the textile industry, Skopes offers a full range of quality tailoring, casual wear and accessories. The Skopes collections include a wide variety of mix & match suits, jackets, blazers, evening wear and trousers to suit all budgets. The latest collections continue Skopes’ tradition of utilising good quality fabrics superbly tailored with great attention to detail.
The Store Manager for Skopes, Stuart, said: “Working with Paul was great, he was really keen to try some new looks and was really pleased with the two outfits we put together for him.”
Lancashire schools have teamed up with Freeport Fleetwood Outlet Centre to create a limited edition shopping bag as part of the Centre’s #CAREFORLIFE campaign to raise money for Trinity Hospice.
Students in Fleetwood were invited to showcase their creativity by submitting designs to be printed on the limited edition charity bags, which in turn will be sold at the Outlet Centre to raise money for Trinity Hospice. The school children were asked to create designs inspired by the theme of ‘caring’.
The Freeport Fleetwood Centre management team received a number of wonderful designs from students at local schools including: Shakespeare Primary School, Charles Saer Community Primary School, Flakefleet Primary School and Fleetwood High School. The standard was extremely high, but there could only be one winner.
The winning entry came from three talented students at Flakefleet Primary School. The winners, Holly May Frith (age 9), Keelan Burder (age 9) and Millie Nunn-Barnett (age 10), created a bright and bold yet thoughtful design, showing a heart with ‘helping hands’ reaching out to it. There was a lot of personal motivation behind the design as Trinity Hospice is a charity close to their hearts.
John Magee, Manager at the centre said: “We wanted to launch the #CareForLife campaign to support Trinity Hospice as part of our year-long plan to make 2016 the year of giving back to the community.
We are delighted with the response from the local schools and we want to say a big thank you to everyone who took part. We received so many fabulous designs that it was really difficult to pick only one, but the entry from Flakefleet Primary school had a beautiful sentiment behind it and is a worthy winner.”
Karen Pratt, Family Learning Mentor at Flakefleet Primary School, said: “When we heard about the #CareForLife campaign we immediately wanted to get involved as Trinity Hospice is a local charity to us. Caring for others is an important value that we bring into the classroom and Holly, Keelan and Millie have all done a great job at using art to portray it. We can't wait to see the finished bags."
The limited edition #CareForLife shopping bags cost £2 and will be sold at Freeport Fleetwood Outlet Centre from Monday 11th April. All funds will be donated to the Trinity Hospice.
With the help of generous shoppers, Freeport Fleetwood raised £3151 just over two days on 30th and 31st January, thanks to their Trinity Hospice pop up shop.
The event marked the first of many planned for 2016 to showcase Trinity Hospice and all the services which the charity offers to patients and families. Across the weekend shoppers were welcomed with an extravagant balloon arch, stilt walkers and BBC Radio Lancashire broadcasting its daily breakfast show live from the centre.
The shop sold products from the charity’s 15 shops across the region and welcomed 60 donation bags from shoppers and employees, including unwanted clothes and Christmas gifts.
The shop raised over £1532 in retail sales for Trinity Hospice and Brian House Children’s Hospice. Not only was stock flying out the door but the shop also managed to sign up 25 supporters for the charity’s weekly lottery, worth £1,300 to the organisation over 12 months, and generous shoppers also gave £319 in direct financial donations.
The first 500 people to pledge their support to the Trinity 2016 fundraising events in the shop received a free re-useable canvas tote bag, which was specially designed for the partnership.
Centre Manager John Magee says: “The pop up was a great success and we’re so pleased with the amount we managed to raise! It was great to see so many people visiting the centre and getting involved in supporting both ourselves and Trinity Hospice. The re-useable canvas tote bags were such a success that Hospice staff seized another opportunity to raise money and started to sell them too!”
The Outlet Centre plans to make 2016 its best yet by giving back to the community with a year-long calendar of activity to support Trinity Hospice.
Shoppers over the weekend also had the opportunity to sign up for upcoming events such as the Illumanthon, Colour Splash or the Santa Dash.
A new Julian Charles home store opened in Fleetwood last week - the former Rectella store has undergone a massive makeover and its doors were reopened by area manager Mark Rhodes.
Shoppers were treated with refreshments, £5 vouchers and in store offers of up to 70% off new season autumn/winter bedding.
Speaking about the Julian Charles Home shop opening Mark, said: “We are delighted to have re-opened under the new look and are looking forward to welcoming our new and old our customers back to the store.
“If you are looking for some stunning interior inspiration or just feel like freshening up your home, a warm welcome will be waiting for you at Julian Charles.”
Centre Manager at Freeport Fleetwood, John Magee said; “Rectella has always been a strong favourite with our customers at Freeport Fleetwood and I've got every confidence that the new Julian Charles store will be even more so. It looks fantastic and the excellent product range at great prices is to be further improved with the addition of made to order blinds.”
The family-owned retailer, Julian Charles, offers an extensive range of luxury bed linen, designer curtains, throws and cushions, ranging from beautifully soft Egyptian cotton linens to elegantly designed bedding and the leading retailer is excited to share its new look with the Fleetwood shopping community.
Freeport Fleetwood is inviting customers to spread the festive spirit this Christmas by donating gifts to radio station Rock FM's Cash for Kids charity.
The campaign, targeted at disadvantaged children across the region, aims to ensure no child wakes up on Christmas morning without a present.
From 16th November shoppers will be able to drop new and unused gifts into any of the designated Mission Christmas stations across the centre.
Or, you can donate cash into one of the many collection boxes. All gifts are graciously welcomed and will be given to children and teenagers up to 18 years-old. Examples of items requested in previous years include toys, children’s clothes, chocolate, beauty sets and sportswear.
Christmas is a magical time of year and that should be the case for all children. Picking up an extra stocking filler when you’re doing your shopping takes little effort but can make a world of difference to the disadvantaged youths in our community on Christmas morning.
With a jam packed Christmas schedule, including an exciting Christmas lights switch-on on Thursday 19th November, Freeport Fleetwood is on track to welcome thousands of eager shoppers through its doors this season. Centre Manager John Magee thinks its involvement in Mission Christmas will only add to the festivities and create even more of a buzz:
“We’re so pleased to be partnering with Rock FM on this worthwhile campaign. Christmas is our favourite time of year by far; there’s such a fun, festive atmosphere around the centre and it is transformed with sparkly lights, decorations, trees and mulled wine. But in all the madness and chaos of the season it’s nice to take a moment to think about families in our community who might not have as much to look forward to this Christmas. By picking up an extra gift at the till point, our shoppers will be doing their bit to spread some cheer to those who need it the most. Plus who can resist that warm, fuzzy feeling you get with Christmas gift giving?”
Anyone wishing to donate should drop their unused, unwrapped gifts off at Freeport Fleetwood after the 16th November 2015. The centre will be running a series of festive activities in the run up to Christmas and should stay tuned to Facebook and Twitter for updates.
A Freeport Fleetwood Giftcard can be loaded with any amount from just £10 and they are accepted in all stores - you can buy them in the Procook shop.
Gift cards can carry a balance, so there’s no need to spend the full amount at once; it can be used in a different store, on different visits. You can also track your balance by visitingwww.getmybalance.com or over the phone. They expire after 12 months of purchase.
Shopping at Freeport Fleetwood is even better with the opening of the brand new beauty outlet store.
Packed with the best beauty brands including Elizabeth Arden, Calvin Klein, OPI, TIGI Bed Head, Rimmel & Maxfactor to name a few.
Beauty Outlet is THE destination shop for all things beauty related. From the latest colour trends in nail polish to make up bag essentials, Beauty Outlet has everything needed to ensure beauty addicts can achieve the perfect look. There’s also lots of help and advice available from the fully trained team of advisors who will be able to offer tips on achieving looks and styles. Whether it’s the latest in contouring or the day to night transition, the team are ready to help.
On 18 May, shop fitters for Subway arrived and started work on their new unit which opened on Saturday 6 June at Freeport Fleetwood, as the sandwich specialists add an exciting new element to its food offering.
The latest Fleetwood store, which will be operated by Ross Fairbairn who also has the franchise for the Cherry Tree Road restaurant in Blackpool, will create 8 new jobs for the area. It joins Costa Coffee, McDonald’s and the Bay Tea Rooms to offer shoppers subs made fresh in front of them, exactly the way they want it on the bread of their choice.
BBQ Pulled Pork, Meatball Marinara and Italian BMT are the newest best buys at Fleetwood’s outlet centre.
Centre manager, John Magee, said: “The addition of Subway to our food and drink offering at Freeport Fleetwood is a great coup. We are confident that our customers will love the freshly made subs and salads that the restaurant has to offer.”
Thomas Bowman, store manager at Subway Fleetwood, added: “Freeport Fleetwood is the perfect location for our latest Subway outlet. It’s a great centre with a growing customer base and we know that shoppers will love the extensive range of fresh subs, flatbreads, salads, treats and drinks we have to offer.”
The SUBWAY® brand has over 2,000 locations in the UK and Ireland. All SUBWAY® stores are individually owned and operated by independent franchisees. These individuals pride themselves on being active members of the communities where they live and work.
The sandwich chain currently employs 20,000 people. In 2015 alone it expects to open 260 new outlets, creating more than 2,500 jobs. 91 stores were opened in total during January, February, March and April.
With over 45 famous named stores on site, keep an eye out for retail vacancies at Freeport Fleetwood. Check out the Careers Section on their own website for current details.
Fancy being a VIP at this year's Lytham Festival? Here's your chance to win! 2 VIP tickets for Friday 5th August with artist meet & greet! AND £100 to spend at Skopes Fleetwood plus £100 to spend at Klass http://www.freeport-fleetwood.com/2016/06/win-vip-experience/
The Fleetwood Mermaid still needs help to get her tail ready for Fleetwood Festival of Transport - Tram Sunday so why not pop along and see the team from LeftCoast today between 12 and 3 and help our siren of the sea! http://www.freeport-fleetwood.com/2016/06/fleetwood-mermaids-tale/
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You'll find some amazing bargains here this weekend so why not pop in for a bit of retail therapy? Extra 20% off at Julian Charles, Sales on at Bench and Denby Pottery, our new look Roman store and so much more.
It's never too early for a bargain! Our Marks & Spencer Outlet have just taken delivery of a whole load of school uniform and it's at A+ prices. Dresses, trousers, cardigans, pinafores and more all only £6. Hurry before it's all gone!
Well the day everyone has been talking about for months is almost here, will you be voting on Thursday? We all will, every vote counts.
Are you looking forward to tonight's game #EURO2016 ? Hope Jamie Vardy 9 is playing, great to see the ex Fleetwood Town FC doing so well.
Take part in this free unique community craft event. The team from @[485165084877847:274:VIP Puppets], @[352523348217688:274:LeftCoast] and the Spare Parts Festival need your help to get the Fleetwood Mermaid ready for @[1005014472900634:844:Fleetwood festival of Transport 2016]. We're running a set of free workshops and asking for your help to get the mermaid ready to take part in this year's parade on Tram Sunday. Read her story on our website, then come along and help us create her wonderful new tail http://www.freeport-fleetwood.com/2016/06/fleetwood-mermaids-tale/
Happy Father's Day to Dad's everywhere. Tell us which theme tune would play for your dad
Do you know any great local musicians who might be up for a performance challenge? Tag them here post some video of them performing. Next month we're looking to "take them places" with our friends Cuffe & Taylor and Lytham Festival
Looking for something to do this afternoon? Pop along and see the team from LeftCoast and help them create a new tail for the Fleetwood Mermaid so she's ready for Fleetwood festival of Transport 2016 - 2:30 to 5:30 today. http://www.freeport-fleetwood.com/2016/06/fleetwood-mermaids-tale/
@paultaylor1984 the wave cafe closed late last year exciting things planned for the building. Hope you enjoyed your visit
@paultaylor1984 hi, you can take the tram to Fisherman's Walk, we are a 5 minute walk away. There is a map to direct you from the stop. Thx