Blackpool Civic Trust promoting excellence since 1975.
We hope you'll come and meet us in 2016!
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.
Monthly Meetings on the third Monday of the month at 7pm.
The next meeting is at the Town Hall:
December 19th: Salvation Army band and Hot Pot, Ice Cream, raffle £6
Click here to see a full list of our speakers
Blackpool Civic Trust raises funds for Macmillan Cancer Care
Our coffee morning at St Stephens raised £230.79 for Macmillan. Thanks to everyone who took part.
Blackpool Civic Trust has a new logo
Please use our new logo with any links or news mentioning Blackpool Civic Trust..
Blackpool Civic Trust Listed Building Condition Survey Training
A new project, Blackpool Civic Trust will be condition surveying local buildings of historic interest, read more in news.
Joan Humble appointed Chair of Civic Voice
We are proud to announce that Joan Humble, the Chairman of Blackpool Civic Trust has been appointed chair of the national body for civic societies, Civic Voice. Joan will undertake a dual role as chair of both bodies. Read more in news
Week 3 of Promenade Shelter Renovation
Blackpool Civic Trust volunteers have been working hard to renovate the Grade II Listed Promenade Shelter opposite Sandhurst Avenue.
Blackpool Civic Trust always welcomes new members and if you want to play a part in helping to preserve our resort’s unique heritage please join us.
Photo names from Left to Right: John Garnham, Pat Hayes, Joan Humble (Chair), Barry Shaw, Steward (Coastal Protection).
Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning
Blackpool Civic Trust held their Macmillan Coffee Morning at St Stephen on Cliffs Parish Centre together with St Stephen on Cliffs New to You Pop Up Boutique on Saturday 1st October 10am till 2pm, as well as the church stalls, there was a raffle, tombola, craft stall and cake stall. Thanks to all those who came and who helped.
Civic Day is a national celebration of civic pride. It is a day when communities across the country say "we care about where we live".
Civic Day Afternoon Tea at the Art Deco Cafe, Stanley Park
Heritage Quiz at St Stephen's on the Cliffs Church Hall
Blackpool are the first group nationally to survey all local war memorials as part of the First World War Memorials Programme, 29th February 2016. Click here to read more
If you've an hour or two to spare why not come along and join us restoring this fine room. All Civic Trust members are very welcome.
Direct Links to what we do and other items of interest:
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
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, several parks and open spaces. It is also a major centre of entertainment, as marked by the Comedy Carpet, and ballroom dancing at the beautiful Tower Ballroom and the Winter Gardens. The Opera House was host to the Royal Variety Show in 1955 and 2009.
Blackpool also takes the environment seriously with attractively designed improvements to flood defences, major water cleanliness projects and sustainability technology being featured at the Solaris Centre.
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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