Cleveleys dates back to the 19th century when a Mr Cleveleys built an hotel here to accommodate the growing number of tourists flocking to this pretty region.
Visitors continue to enjoy this coastal retreat which is situated just four miles north of the bright lights of Blackpool..
The first Methodist service in Cleveleys took place in 1907 in a wooden hut called the Tea House which was on the north side of West Drive.
In 1909 the first Cleveleys Park Methodist Church opened which was replaced by the current building in 1962.
The award winning £20 million renovation of Cleveleys Seafront provides a stylish new Promenade where you can stroll and admire the new collection of contemporary artworks, iconic architecture and innovative lighting which is triggered by the tide.
There is a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and accommodation.