Freckleton villagers look forward to a ‘special’ day

Evie Knowles
Evie Knowles
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Village residents are eagerly looking forward to a weekend to remember as Fylde’s club day and carnival season continues with Freckleton’s big annual event.

Representatives of Holy Trinity, Freckleton Methodist and Holy Family RC Church, including their rose queens and rose queens elect, along with Freckleton Band, will lead the procession through the village.

It starts outside The Plough pub at 9.30am tomorrow.

Club Day committee secretary Patricia Knight said: “Club Day is a very special day in the village. People come back to visit family and friends and is a great time for celebrating

community spirit.

“The committee hopes everyone enjoys taking part and our special thanks in advance to all the stewards for giving up their time to keep everyone safe.”

Holy Trinity Church’s rose queen-elect is Evie Knowles, a 13-year-old student of Carr Hill High School, Kirkham.

Strike Lane Primary School pupil Imogen Parker, 10, is the Methodist Church queen, and Holy Family School pupil Macee Pedley, also 10, will take the Holy Family crown.

The crownings at Freckleton CE School will be followed by sports events on the village playing fields through the afternoon.