Campaign groups have held a series of information meetings about fracking over the past week.
REAF (Ribble Estuary Against Fracking), Frack Free Fylde and Residents Action on Fylde Fracking joined a tour which started on Sunday and will finish tomorrow.
The meetings consisted of question and answer sessions for people to find out more about fracking and raise any concerns they may have.
The process of fracking involves blasting water, sand and chemicals down wells to extract gas trapped within rocks.
Meetings have taken place in Longridge, Grimsargh, Garstang, Broughton and Goosnargh.
The final meetings in the tour will be held tonight and tomorrow.
There will be a meeting between 6pm and 8pm at The Wheatsheaf in Garstang tonight, another between 6.30pm and 8.30pm at the Village Hall and Community Centre in Bilsborrow and a meeting in Freckleton at Freckleton Sports and Social Club between 7pm and 9pm.
The final meeting of the tour is tomorrow night at Barton Village Hall from 7pm until 9pm.
The groups will be showing films, conducting short talks and hosting question and answer sessions.
There will also be information packs and leaflets to take away.
A spokesman for REAF said: “The purpose of the meetings is to get the facts on what has already happened in the Fylde / West Lancashire area and elsewhere and find out about what happens next and how they can get involved.
“It’s about nurturing localism and getting people to take an interest in their own area.”
A spokesman for Frack Off added: “They are public meetings and are aimed at informing residents in threatened areas of Lancashire.”
Last month energy giant Cuadrilla hosted two drop-in sessions for residents.
The company, currently carrying out environmental risk assessments for shale gas exploration in the county, hosted a consultation meeting in Freckleton and one in Elswick.
Bosses spoke to residents about the environmental risk assessment process and invited them to highlight any issues.