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A petition of nearly 1000 signatures signed by residents of Wesham, was handed over today to Andrew Stell, Fylde Borough Council’s Senior Planning Officer. Members of Wesham Action Group (WAG), meeting in St Annes Town Hall on Thursday March 22, gave the petition objecting to the proposed development of 100 homes on countryside north of [...]

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The two recent Bat Walks, organised by WAG, were  “a resounding triumph!” said a Wesham Action Group spokesperson. “Both walks were over subscribed and this has led us to plan further Bat Walks later this summer”.   People came from as far as Lea and Preston, Freckleton and Warton as well as locals from Wesham. [...]

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A petition, signed by over 90% of the households approached in Wesham, objecting to the proposed housing development of 264 homes on countryside north of Mowbreck Lane in Wesham has been handed over to the Town Hall. Some of the members of Wesham Action Group (WAG) presented the petition to Andrew Stell, Fylde Borough Council’s [...]

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Do you want 264 houses on Wesham’s Countryside? Why not bake a cake and help us by contributing to a Cake Sale to be held at “Lane Ends” pub Wesham on Sunday, May 24 at 3:00pm Bake or Contribute one or more cakes and bring them to be auctioned . the cake generating the highest [...]

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WAG Family Fun Day

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Wesham Marsh

It is highly likely Wesham Marsh would be ruined by the proposed development of 264 houses. Wesham Marsh BHS is a unique wetland wildlife habitat of a type that is unusual in the Fylde and within the county of Lancashire. The land around the site and the way it is used influences the marsh. The [...]

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Road safety within Wesham is set to come under threat should a new proposed development be given the green light by Fylde Borough Council.  The proposed 264 house development situated on prime agricultural land North of Mowbreck Lane.  The planning application submitted by Metacre Ltd includes a new access road  sited just 50 metres from [...]

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