2012 - October, BFSA is officially recognised as a local branch of CNI.
2005 - Street Angels launched in Halifax by Paul Blakey MBE.
2008 - Christian Nightlife Initiatives launched.
2012 - June, Blackpool & Fylde Street Angels is launched. A team of people on foot patrolling the streets.
2013 - BFSA procures a minibus to support its street outreach activities.
2017 - BFSA launches a weekly, Monday night soup kitchen and chaplaincy outreach on the promenade.
2018 - May, BFSA wins the Civic Trust Special Award for 2017.
2019 - January, BFSA opens Angels Rest for the first time. Angels Rest acts as head office, resource & training centre and drop in centre.
2019 - December. BFSA opens the new Emergency Bed Unit (EBU), a brand new project in partnership with Blackpool Council to provide 8 beds for people who otherwise would have no where to stay.
2019 - BFSA begins work on the ‘Crazy Golf Project’. An initiative in partnership with Blackpool Fulfilling lives to renovate and reopen a crazy golf course on the promenade, creating local jobs.