|There is close cooperation between
the Catholic, Anglican and Methodist communities in the Area. Freckleton
Club Day celebrations, Christian Unity Octave and Remembrance Sunday
are just some examples.
This page contains information and where available links to other
web sites we think you may find of interest. Please feel free to get
in touch with any suggestions for other appropriate sites to include:
The Diocese of Lancaster - The Catholic Church in Lancashire, north
of the Ribble, and all of Cumbria.
The Catenian Association is an international group of Catholic men promoting family life through social contact and charitable giving. The Lytham St Annes branch, or Circle, is growing and many of its members are actively involved in the life of parish communities. The Circle meets once a month. For further details visit www.thecatenians.com
Holy Family School
Holy Family Catholic Primary School
Headteacher: Mr. A. Manfredi
Tel: 01772 633623
Holy Family School is very proud that it works closely with parents
and the parish of Holy Family, which it serves, to help children to
grow and learn in a safe, friendly, happy environment. In 2009 inspectors
judged the school as good with outstanding features—including the
behaviour of children and how well they enjoy school. Parents are
welcome to visit school at any time. Simply ring the school on the
above number to make an appointment. .
Bede’s Catholic High School
Talbot Road, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 4JL
Headteacher: Mr. P Grice
Tel: 01253 737174
The Holy Family Primary school is one of 6 feeder school partners
of St Bede’s. The OFSTED Inspector reported that St. Bede’s is 'a
very special place with a committed and dedicated staff', 'a good
school with several outstanding features'. In their judgements, of
twenty six key aspects of the school's work, seven gained the elusive
'outstanding' with the remaining nineteen judged as 'good'.
They commented that school’s strong Catholic ethos is reflected in
its ‘focus on care for each other’. The students’ spiritual, moral,
social and cultural development was deemed ‘excellent’ with Mass and
assemblies providing greatly valued opportunities for worship and
They also recognised the school’s business and enterprise specialist
status and Saint Bede's became the only school community in the country
to be involved as a finalist of the £1 million Big Green Challenge.
The competition ran from September 2008 until October 2009 and during
the year, the work of the school attracted significant local and national
attention and support, receiving the personal endorsements of the
The Freckleton web site is a showcase for the village. It provides
information about local history, the shops, pubs, restaurants, council,
businesses, facilities, services and amenities that are available
locally. There are also pictures from around the village as well as
information about the Lancashire Coastal Way and links to everything
we can find of relevance to Freckletonians.
CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development. CAFOD believe
all human beings have a right to dignity and respect, and that
the world's resources are a gift to be shared equally by all men
and women, whatever their race, nationality or religion. CAFOD
works alongside people in need to reduce poverty and bring about
sustainable change through development and humanitarian programmes.