Fylde Coast Looking For is a new page where we’re helping you to look for answers to your questions!
Here at Visit Fylde Coast we get queries most days from people trying to find out all kinds of things. From memories of their past to current information. Over the years we’ve found out all kinds of things. We’ve researched Saucy Seaside Postcards, reunited people, pets and objects, and learned all kinds of local folklore.
To make your questions and answers easier to keep track of, we’ll publish them here. With the most recent ‘Fylde Coast Looking For’ at the top, in no other particular order.
It’s an interesting read, if nothing else for the diversity of questions that people ask!
12.1.19 – Fylde Coast Looking For – Metal Detectorists
Jonathan left this comment on this page about metal detecting, looking for any other people who share the same hobby. It’s not something we’ve come across, do you know any groups?
“Hi I am new to detecting and I am looking at places in and around Blackpool. I have a Garrett 300i. I don’t know many people around Blackpool as I am from near Liverpool but have lived up here for 3 years now. Any tips or advice would be a great deal of help. Your story is really interesting. I am interested in history and am excited and very much interested to learn more.”
11.1.19 – Fylde Coast Looking For – Pigeon Statues
Carl sent this message: “Hello from the USA. We are in search of the people that make or supply racing pigeons statues from the NATURAL STAND. Someone said it may be DEAN PALLETS who is an agent for them. We don’t know if it’s true but desperately wanting to talk to someone concerning PIGEON STATUES for sale….. Please forward or contact us with any news or info on this subject…..Thank you in advance….”
9.1.19 – Fylde Coast Looking For – Queen’s Bar, Cleveleys
Ron emailed us with the following question:
“I am trying to find out about the Queen’s bar which was a dance hall in the 60’s and anything about groups like The Rocking Vicars and Dean Hunter & the Trackers.”
Have you got an Answer?
If you know any of the answers to any of these questions, you can either leave a comment on this page, or you can send an email to jane@theRabbitPatch.co.uk. We will include your information in the relevant place and pass it on. Please make it clear which question your answer relates to!
Have you got a Question?
If you’ve got a burning question that you’d like to know the answer to, why don’t you send it in?
Visit Fylde Coast exists on most types of online platforms which means that we can easily miss messages on social media. Please email your questions to jane@theRabbitPatch.co.uk, or you can post it in comments below.
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