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Hardhorn Road Dental Practice
"I have been with this dentist for a couple of years now and due to the absolutely rude and unhelpful reception staff I have recently moved. I work in a ..." More

Hardhorn Road Dental Practice
"reception staff still rude, but a dental nurse jemma thackray a credit to the practice very proffessionall, gentle :-)

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Hardhorn Road Dental Practice
"very rude and sarcastic staff on reception, i know my teeth are not 100% but the dentist himself could be more proffessional than sjaking his head, not happy at all ..." More

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The name Poulton le Fylde is derived from the River Wyre situated at the bottom of the Breck. Poulton means “farmstead by a pool” and “le Fylde” was added in 1842 as the introduction of the penny post meant that letters sent to Poulton were often mis-directed to Poulton le Sands – to ease confusion the “le Fylde” was added. Poulton le Fylde’s history goes back further for in the Harris Museum in Preston there is the skeleton of an elk that was found in 1970 and that dated back some 12,000 years – what was interesting was the discovery of hunting barbs in the leg bones indicating that it had been hunted and so the area must have been inhabited around 10,000 BC. Close to the River Wyre Poulton le Fylde was a natural commercial centre for many of the surrounding villages. Its importance grew as a market town and provided most of the services that the local villagers required, from carpenters and joiners to dressmakers and bakers all surviving on trade with these villages so that by the 19th century Poulton le Fylde was the centre of the faring community. Today Poulton le Fylde is still a market town with numerous picturesque buildings around the town centre. It still attracts visitors from all over the world who wish to enjoy the hospitality and scenery that this town has to offer.


R L Thursz & Co
Stalmine Business Services
Waterford Investments


The Peppermint Lounge


Wyre Borough Council


Dentist @ Lower Green Poulton-le-Fylde
Hardhorn Road Dental Practice
M & K Chalmers Dental Surgeons


Carleton Practice
Lockwood Avenue Surgery
Over-Wyre Medical Centre
Queensway Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Butson Blofeld
Falkus Estate Agents
Noblett Walker
Reeds Rains Estate Agents
T A Hargreaves & Co

Farmers Market

Poulton le Fylde Farmers Market

Golf Club

Christmas Cottage Golf Club


Cartford Country Inn & Hotel
Shard Riverside
Shard Riverside Hotel


Fairholme Car Boot
Poulton le Fylde Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Old Town Hall Tavern




Bluebird Airport Taxi Transfers
Poulton Cabs Ltd
Prestige Taxis


Great Hall at Mains


Pearson Thompson & Callery

Sports Clubs

Carleton Bowling & Social Club (Bowling)
Cleveleys RC (Cycling)
Fylde CC (Cricket)


The Pet Shop
Minefllet Farm Shop
Carleton Pharmacy

Poulton Optical Centre
Camerons Of Poulton
The Organic Gift Hamper Company
Trend Jewellers


Zest Activity Club UK(Water Sports)

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Shard Riverside Hotel (0.91 miles)

Shard Riverside Hotel

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Perched on the picturesque River Wyre and nestling in its own secluded setting, you will discover this hotel as the jewel in the crown of Fylde coast retreats.

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Premier Inn Blackpool Bispham (3.24 miles)

A convenient location just 6 miles from Blackpool Airport. For shops and local amenities Blackpool town centre and Blackpool North train station are both only 3 miles away. Our Blackpool (Bispham) Premier Inn has everything you'd ... More | visit website
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Cartford Country Inn & Hotel (3.28 miles)

Cartford Country Inn & Hotel

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The Cartford Inn is a 17th century coaching inn nestling on the banks of the River Wyre on Lancashire’s Fylde Coast. Newly refurbished in 2007 the “Cartford” combines traditional features ... More

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Norbreck Castle Hotel (3.56 miles)

Norbreck Castle Hotel
With views of Blackpool seafront, The Norbreck Castle Hotel is a short tram ride from the town centre. It has free parking, live entertainment, a sauna, spa and 18-metre pool. The Norbreck Castle is on the ... More | visit website
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Brioni Hotel (3.64 miles)

Brioni Hotel

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We are a family run sea front hotel offering bed and breakfast. All rooms are en-suite. Tea a nd coffee making facilites and colour tvs in all rooms. We have ... More

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Courtyard B&B (3.70 miles)

Courtyard B&B

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Come and stay in our lovely luxury ensuite rooms all with flat screen tvs ,lounge with dvd player tv and cd player.your own tea and coffee facilities and bowland spring ... More

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North Grange Hotel (3.82 miles)

North Grange Hotel

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The Hotel is situated on the sea front along Blackpool's famous Promenade over looking the Irish sea. It's a quiet hotel in a quiet area called Bispham, two miles north ... More

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De Vere Heron's Reach (4.10 miles)

De Vere Heron
A £5 Million full transformation welcomes you to Blackpools best and most stylish hotel complete with a brand new outdoor, heated pool. Whether your stay is for business or for leisure welcome to more than ... More | visit website
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Westcliffe Hotel (4.17 miles)

Westcliffe Hotel

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The Westcliffe is a no smoking, family run, licensed establishment, splendidly located in the popular North Shore holiday area of Blackpool. Enjoy fresh, locally sourced, home-cooked food in friendly and ... More

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Chequers Plaza Hotel (4.23 miles)

Chequers Plaza Hotel

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Now under new management and having recently undergone a major refurbishment, this 3-star hotel offers superb panoramic views of Queen’s Promenade and the Irish Sea. With its internationally recognised 3-star rating as ... More

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