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Blackpool Local Authority and the NHS Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group want all children and young people aged between 0-25 years to have a good start in life and to be able to access services as quickly and easily as possible.

The Blackpool Local Offer pages tell you what is available for children and young people who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) in Blackpool. This website is Blackpool's Local Offer.

We also have a new Local Offer Facebook Page where we will publish and share some useful information about events and services.

We update the information held on the Local Offer on a weekly basis, so it is worth while checking it regularly.  Some important new information is highlighted under the “News / Headlines” section.  

We hope you find the Local Offer to be easy to use and informative.

If you are not able to find an item you wish to, please contact us by the “Contact Us” details at the bottom of this page and we will send you the information directly.

We also welcome your contributions, so please let us have information on any event or service you think might be useful to include or any problems you encounter using the site. For more information please go to “Help us to improve the Local Offer”.

One of the main groups we talk to on a regular basis to co-produce the Local Offer is the Blackpool Parent Forum. They would also welcome your views about the Local Offer. Information about the Parent Forum is found here.

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Useful Information

Contact Us

Postal Address: Blackpool Local Offer / SEN
PO Box 4, Town Hall, Municipal Buildings,
Blackpool FY1 1NA

Phone: 01253 477100
Deaftext: 07796 994908

Questions, Concerns or Feedback

If you have any questions, concerns or feedback in connection with the Blackpool Local Offer, please email Or leave a message on the phone number. We aim to answer any queries or concerns as soon as possible.

This site is dedicated to Mick Connelly SEN Advocate