Freckleton is a village in Lancashire.


Situated just north of the river Ribble, Freckleton is one of the oldest villages in the Fylde, Lancashire and is even mentioned in The Domesday Book. Over the years it has been home to a thriving agricultural community before becoming an industrial village involved in the ship building industry during the 1800s. In modern times it is still a thriving English village with lots of local businesses, although there is still a dependency on agriculture. It is a charming place from which to explore some of the beautiful surrounding countryside.



If you visit Freckleton in June you will see the famous Club Day procession, part of the Club Day weekend; the first of which is believed to have happened in the mid 19th Century. There is a parade around the village incorporating local churches, bands and May Queens on floats with a fair, sporting games and a half marathon held on the Sunday.


There are a small number of shops in the village supporting inhabitants basic needs.


Good wholesome home-cooked food is served at the pubs


There are three traditional pubs in the village; the oldest dates back to the 14th century, which makes it the oldest Fylde pub!


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