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Why not treat yourself to a stay at the Briardene - the family owned 3 star hotel with a 5 star restaurant.

"We need professional suppliers with high quality goods. Cleveleys have been doing just that for over 20 years. Great job, well done."

A railway station was opened in Thornton in 1865. The opening of salt works at nearby Burn Naze by the United Alkali Company in the early 1890s (later becoming ICI) led to significant expansion of the village, with new houses and community buildings constructed. Thornton became an Urban District Council in 1900, surviving until 1974 when it became part of the Wyre Borough Council.[2]

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Thornton contains a number of schools, including Baines Endowed Primary School, Thornton Primary School, Stanah Primary School, Royles Brook Primary School, and Millfield Science and Performing Arts College in addition to a small public library.[4]

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The Story of Billy Joel is next up at Viva Blackpool cabaret showbar - plus Cannon & Ball, Take That tribute and of course Viva Vegas Live!

Come along to Vets4Pets at Cleveleys and support the World's Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan.

Come and have a look around Cleveleys - a seaside town with beautiful beaches and a good town centre for a great range of shops with plenty of high street names and pavement cafes.

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"Repeat custom is key to any rural pub, and Cleveleys are very important in helping us to maintain consistently high quality food."

Children's Corner kiddies fun park on Cleveleys prom is still open every day until late autumn.

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Thornton-Cleveleys is home to Thornton-Cleveleys RUFC who play rugby in the RFU Northern Division, North Lancs 1. Their home ground is the YMCA sport centre in Thornton.

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The town boasts two cricket clubs - Thornton-Cleveleys CC and Norcross CC - both playing in the Moore & Smalley Palace Shield competition. Each team has three senior sides and several junior teams in a variety of age groups. The two clubs have shared a friendly rivalry over many years and both are member clubs of Wyre Council's Cricket Development Group.

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On 1 April 1974, the urban district became part of the Borough of Wyre. Thornton-Cleveleys corresponds with six wards of the borough.

Thornton-Cleveleys FC play in and, before the club folded, Norcross & Warbreck FC played in, the West Lancashire Football League. Both teams' home pitches are in Thornton. The Norcross & Warbreck pitch is now used by Anchorsholme FC on a Saturday and HASSRA Fylde FC as well as two local veteran sides on a Sunday.

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According to the 2001 census Thornton-Cleveleys has a population of 31,157, increasing to 32,443 at the 2011 census. The population of the individual borough council wards was recorded as:

The civil parish of Thornton became an urban district in 1900, and was then renamed Thornton-Cleveleys in 1927.[1]

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Cleveleys is an independent family run business, established in 1962. We provide the catering industry with the finest quality products at competitive prices, and the highest standards of customer service.

The former site of Thornton for Cleveleys railway station

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Hams and poultry smoked onsite, using traditional oak and beech chippings.

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