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Blackpool Civic Trust promoting excellence since 1975

Blackpool North Pier, Boxing Day 2017

 

Founded in 1975, Blackpool Civic Trust seeks to promote excellence and community spirit in Blackpool for people of all ages. We are interested in all things Blackpool, particularly its heritage and future for people. We have monthly meetings, visits to places of interest, and community activities such as Civic Week. We'd love you to join us.

 

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Become a Corporate Member find out more, click here

 

 

Monthly Meetings
Monthly Meetings on the third Monday of the month at 7pm at the Town Hall Council Chamber

 

Note the next meeting is on Monday Feb 19th Emma Heslewood, Curator - Blackpool on Film and a Museum Update

 

Click here to see a list of our speakers and upcoming events in 2018

 

Christmas Meeting and Carol Singing

 

Our traditional  December meeting with the Salvation Army brass band, carols and a hotpot supper was a great success. Cllr David Owen, our Vice President, presented Major Sandra with a cheque for £2,500 from a charitable legacy to support and further the very important work the Salvation Army does in Blackpool. Read more on our news page

Blackpool Civic Trust Christmas Meeting

 

 

 

Blackpool Civic Trust Awards for 2017

The annual awards are the highlight of the year. The nomination forms for best school environmental project and best of Blackpool have been sent out and can be downloaded on our website from the Awards page. Nominations have now closed and we look forward to the judges decision.

The awards ceremony will be held on 28th April 2018 at Viva.

 

Click here to visit the Awards Page and download the forms

 

The awards and dinner ceremony in 2015 at Viva

2015 Awards ceremony at Viva

 

 

Visits

See our Events and Meetings page for a list of visits and events

 

 

Direct Links to what we do and other items of interest:

AwardsMembershipCorporate MembersPlanning

BuildingsBlue PlaquesHeritage Open DaysFavourites

Civic WeekHistory

LostWar MemorialsBlackpool Heritage TramsBlackpool Air Show

Heritage TrailLinksContact us

 

Blackpool contains many buildings and areas of importance:

Over 30 listed buildings

Over 50 blue plaques

One listed park

Four Conservation Areas

Local list of important buildings

Assets of Community Value

War Memorial Recording

Blackpool Heritage Open Days click here

Blackpool Heritage Tram Tours click here

Blackpool Illuminations


See our news page for information of what we've done and what we're doing.

 

Blackpool has 7 miles of diverse and well maintained promenade with 3 piers and the large Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

The north shore has cliffs and open views to the Lake District, while at South Shore there is a modern raised promenade.

Central, fronts the town's main shopping area and the Tower Headland hosts several events through the year.

There are several parks and open spaces, foremost is Stanley Park.

Blackpool is also a major centre of entertainment, with the Blackpool Tower, the Winter Gardens being major ballroom dancing and event venues. The Opera House hosts major performers and was host to the Royal Variety Show in 1955 and 2009. The Grand Theatre is a Matcham designed theatre.

The illuminations are an annual event from September to November.

There is an attractive Edwardian Baroque Carnegie Library and Art Gallery.

 

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If you wish to speak at one of our meetings please contact our speakers secretary listed on the About Us page.

 

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