In December 2018 the board of the Blackpool Fairness Commission met to outline the prosperous future for the FC. Out of the 23-fairness commission started in UK Blackpool is the only still operating six years on.
Throughout 2019 the Fairness Commission will be taking on new projects and priorities to make Blackpool a fairer place to live, work and learn. Some of the projects previously undertaken by the FC include:
- Fairtrade Town Status
- Dementia Action Alliance
- Community Farm / Grow @TheGrange
- 100 Acts of Kindness
- The Buffer fly Effect
- Easter buddies
- Enjoy & Respect
- The Fairness Award with St. Johns Primary School
- Joseph Roundtree Foundation Loneliness
- Young & Old Summits
- Tea with the Fairness Commission
- The Big Knit – Innocent Smoothie
The Fairness Commission is proud of its many achievements over the years in bringing people together to make Blackpool a fairer place. The Fairness Commission was established as an Independent body established in May 2012 which provides an opportunity to develop and implement ways in which to make Blackpool a fairer place to live, work and learn.