February 2023 - Fylde Coast YMCA Y:Active


A team of fitness scientists has compared how hard people work (and how much they enjoy it) when they do the same workout in different settings.

Believed to be the first of its kind, a pilot study from the Les Mills Research Lab has unearthed fascinating findings that will help you discover which workout method works best for you.

For the study, which was presented at the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Conference in June, researchers worked with 54 regular BODYCOMBAT™ participants from five different gyms across the US. They each wore a Bluetooth […]

Another Young Person nomination: Young Citizen Awards 2023

Kaitlyn Young Citizen Award
Young resident Kaitlyn has been nominated for The High Sheriff of Lancashire’s Young Citizen Award 2023

Kaitlyn is one of our young residents at YMCA Foyer, Fleetwood, where we house young people aged 16-25. YMCA Foyer is one of our housing services with support to ensure a secure and steady living space for our youth. Ensuring, we equip them with essential skills necessary for their future success, and preparing them for a bright future.

The Young Citizen Awards are there to recognise the amazing work of young people across Lancashire who put others first […]

Young Person Nominated for PROUD Award

Sheriff PROUD Awards

Sheriff nominated for LCC PROUD Award 2023

Fylde Coast YMCA are proud to announce one of our young residents has been nominated at this years PROUD Awards. Lancashire County Council’s PROUD Awards are celebrated to recognise the positive choices and achievements of children and young people who experience care in Lancashire.

The awards split into five different categories: Proud+, Positive Choices and Achievements, Responding to the needs of others, Outstanding Service to the Community, and U R Talented.

Sheriff’s work has rewarded him with a nomination within the ‘Outstanding Community Service’ category […]

Stoke City Community Trust donate to Fylde Coast YMCA

Stoke City Community Trust donation
Ahead of their clash with Blackpool at the weekend, Stoke City Community Trust made a food donation to our residents at Harbour House, Lytham St Anne’s.

Fylde Coast YMCA’s Senior Housing Manager Terri Greenwood met with Stoke City Sports Scientist Paul Walsh (pictured above) on Friday night to collect a fresh food donation of over 20 meals.

Pictured below, Stoke City forwards Jacob Brown (left) and Tyrese Campbell (right) boxed up some fresh salmon, veg and potatoes that was welcomed with open arms by our residents at Harbour House.

A huge thank you to […]