Everything is set for a bumper Tram Sunday which for the first time will spread outside the town centre.
Officially known as Tram Sunday, the huge event, which attracts people from across the north west takes, place on July 17 and will this year incorporate the port’s Memorial Park.
The volunteer committee has arranged a Craft Village and Food Courts, as well as overseeing the relocation of the SpareParts Arts Programme to Memorial Park.
As usual there will be a morning parade of heritage transport at 11am to open the event with the SpareParts Art Parade in the afternoon.
Organisers say they can’t wait to see their months of hard work come to fruition.
Chairman of Fleetwood Festival of Transport Robert Brown said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have Tram Sunday back for another year and to have further enhanced what is already a hugely popular event.
“The work of the committee and volunteers over the past 12 months along with our partners and sponsors has been tireless to make sure that we have another fantastic day for Fleetwood.
“As usual the event is completely free but this year we’ve moved things around in order to make it a great experience for everyone – the best yet I think.”
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