Discover what conservation work has been completed since Friends was formed with money raised by the Friends & our magnificent donors.
Discover why Jacqueline Love was nominated for The Blackpool Tower Celebrating 125 Years Local Heroes Awards this September.
At Sudley House we discovered a hidden gem where impressive paintings are displayed in authentic Victoria settings.
Join us for what promises to be a great day out!
Available now: A new range of small cards, including reprints of popular designs, & our 2020 calendar have been printed. Order yours today!
Discover how a very generous donor, who lives in California, USA, has given his El Calvario de Churriana work of art to our Collection.
Friends Committee member, Barbara Weston, has been invited to present a talk about The History of the Lytham St Annes Art Collection for members of the Warton History Society. Entry only £2.50!
An excellent exhibition entitled ‘Coast’ was on display in the Fylde Gallery, Booths, Lytham, from the last week of June until the first week of August.
Find out about the unexpected dontation of lithographs of Richard Ansdell paintings.
Find out how two old friends & long-standing campaigners bought an original oil sketch by Richard Ansdell so that they could gift it jointly to the Collection.
Friends proudly presented their biggest ever cheque to Fylde Borough Council to pay for work carried out on 12ft high Amphritite & Hebe sculptures.
Find out about our largest cheque, the donation of a Richard Ansdell sketch & a surpise gift of two lithographs of paintings by Richard Ansdell.
Heritage Open Days are always popular & enjoyed by many & St Annes Town Hall will open it’s doors to the public once again.
An insight to show the relationship between the Victorians & their dogs in paintings.
Veronica McDonnell gave a fascinating talk on Kathleen White, one of the women artists featured in the Exhibition, Waymaking: Women Artists of the Region
Members & invited guests to celebrate the conservation of Hebe & Amphritite, the two most beautiful marble statues which dominate the original entrance hall of the Town Hall building.