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Birdsong celebrated on early morning walk in Lichfield’s Beacon Park

Birdsong will provide the soundtrack for a dawn walk in Lichfield. To celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day, Lichfield District Council’s p...

New security gates installed at a Burntwood park

New security gates have been unveiled at a Burntwood park. They were installed at Redwood Park after the area became an anti-social behaviour hotsp...

Lichfield and Burntwood residents prosecuted for benefit fraud

Three Lichfield and Burntwood residents have been prosecuted for benefit fraud. On August 2 at Burton Magistrates’ Court, 53-year-old Lilian West...

Warning after company chops down protected tree in Lichfield

People living in Lichfield are being warned after a bogus company cut down a protected tree. The company, which has been going door-to-door across ...

Man fined after fly-tipping incident in Hopwas

A man has been fined £5,000 for dumping rubble in Hopwas after a prosecution by Lichfield District Council. Fifty-seven-year-old Patrick Doherty, ...

Court fines Lichfield man over his noisy dogs

A Lichfield man whose noisy dogs disturbed his neighbours has been hit with an £800 fine. Lichfield District Council took 48-year-old Robert Wood,...

Call for Lichfield’s rural communities to have their say

Rural communities around Lichfield are being invited to have their say on improving their areas. A series of follow-up workshops are being organise...

Lichfield and Burntwood residents urged to make sure they can cast a vote

People living in Lichfield and Burntwood are being urged not to miss out on their vote. Voter registration forms are dropping through letterboxes a...

Planners give go-ahead for Burntwood social club to be replaced by supermarket

Planners have given the green light to plans to demolish a Burntwood social club. Bridge Cross Working Mens Club will be knocked down to make way f...

Youngsters battle it out in Beacon Park sandcastle competition in Lichfield

Youngsters have been digging in for a sandcastle competition in Lichfield. Beacon Park played host to the Bank Holiday event organised by Lichfield...

Lichfield city centre set to host bike races

Lichfield city centre will be transformed into a cycling track for a race event this weekend. The event on Sunday (August 28) is being organised by...

Lichfield and Burntwood residents urged to have a say on funding of voluntary groups

Time is running out for people in Lichfield and Burntwood to have their say on how local voluntary and community organisations should be funded in ...

Residents invited to take part in Lichfield mammal trapping sessions

Wildlife lovers are being invited to a mammal trapping sessions in Lichfield. The event on August 20 at Muckley Corner Common has been organised by...

Walking tours to bring historic Lichfield to life

A series of guided walks are set to make the history of Lichfield come alive. The tourism team from Lichfield District Council have organised the w...

Fazeley Silver Surfers group helping older residents get online

A new Silver Surfers group near Lichfield is helping older residents get to grips with the internet. The group, which meets at Mill Lane Link in Fa...

Three Lichfield residents prosecuted over benefit fraud

Three Lichfield residents have been prosecuted for benefit fraud. On June 6 at Burton Magistrates’ Court, 27-year-old Michelle Carter, of Booth C...

Labour councillors to hold advice surgery at Burntwood Library

Labour councillors in Burntwood are holding an advice surgery for local residents. District and Town representatives for Chase Terrace, Chasetown a...

Lichfield projects claim a share of £400,000 funding pot

Projects across Lichfield are set to share a £400,000 funding pot. The money has come from Section 106 funding secured by Lichfield District Counc...

Lichfield’s Beacon Park to host family fun day

Lichfield residents are being invited to a family fun day in Beacon Park. Taking place on August 4, the event will feature a range of activities in...

Lichfield recycling service scoops national award

The recycling service in Lichfield has won a national award. The service – which operates as a joint venture between Lichfield District Counc...

Lichfield’s Minster Pool Walk reopens after makeover

Lichfield’s revamped Minster Pool Walk has been reopened. The area has been transformed as part of the city’s Historic Parks Project, w...

Lichfield events to mark National Love Parks Week

Two events in Lichfield are set to help celebrate Love Parks Week. The annual campaign, which runs from July 23 to 31, is organised by the charity ...

Council leader hints at development over new Burntwood town centre

A Burntwood councillor has welcomed news that a new town shopping centre could be built – but warned that local businesses need to be support...

Work on Lichfield’s Friarsgate development could start in 2012

The Leader of Lichfield District Council believes work on the Friarsgate development could finally get underway. Cllr Michael Wilcox made his comme...

Lichfield and Burntwood residents urged to have their say

Lichfield District Council is asking residents to help shape the future of the area. A citizens’ questionnaire has been launched to give peop...

Labour councillors to hold advice surgery in Burntwood

Burntwood residents are being offered the chance to get advice from their local Labour councillors at an advice surgery in the town. Summerfield an...

Lichfield gardens reopened after makeover

The restored gates to refurbished gardens in Lichfield have been reopened. Beacon Park’s Museum Gardens were given a makeover as part of the ...

Burntwood children create more willow sculptures for Gentleshaw Common

Youngsters from a Burntwood school have created more willow sculptures for a new healthy walking route at Gentleshaw Common. The Boney Hay Communit...

Lichfield park’s crumbling £21,000 rocks could be removed

Rocks installed at a Lichfield park could be taken out – just months after they were put in at a cost of £21,000. The controversial boulders...

Temporary Lichfield car park could stay for three more years

Plans have been submitted to keep a temporary car park in Lichfield for another three years. The 116-space site at Staffordshire University was per...

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