Public meeting, Lowther Pavilion, 27 June

Independent Fylde oil and gas engineer Mike Hill has organised a public meeting to be held in Lytham on 27 June.

This will be the first public meeting on fracking since the 2015 General Election! So much has happened! There has been so much conflicting information. Come and hear the latest news and information on fracking in the Fylde. How will the wells be drilled and fracked? What protection do U.K. regulations offer in 2017? Who is monitoring our air and water? What are the consequences for us who live here? This meeting is intended mainl y for those new to the topic and those who were previously not concerned. Many have only begun to engage with the issue since Cuadrilla started work at Preston New Road. Please come, bring your questions, find out what’s going on and what is likely to happen next.

Please note this is not a pro or anti fracking event. It’s about information and facts. It’s about answering your questions and giving people the initial impetus to do their own research and come to their own conclusions.

Venue: Lowther Pavilion Theatre, West Beach, Lytham St.Annes, FY8 5QQ

Date: Tuesday 27th June, 2017

When: doors open 7pm. Start 7.30pm

Bar throughout with tea/coffee served in interval


We need to raise funds to pay for leaflets, advertising and the venue itself so that the residents of the Fylde get the opportunity to understand more about the implications of fracking for them, their families and the area. To help support this event please click here. Many thanks!

Leaflets and posters are available to download – please click here.

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