Archive for November, 2016

Lichfield Businesses Going for Gold in Tourism Awards

Nine organisations from the Lichfield area will go head-to-head with more than 80 others from across the county to be crowned as Staffordshire’s best tourism businesses. Drayton Manor Park features in four categories at the 2016 NFU Mutual Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism Awards: Hotel of the Year, Large Attraction of the Year, Business Tourism Provider of […]

Free light and sound show

Come along to a free light and sound show to commemorate the role people of Burntwood played in WW1 on Friday 11th November 2016 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Conversations with the past – the legacy of WW1 and Burntwood is being hosted at Chase Terrace Technology college on Friday 11 November between 6.30pm and 8.30pm. The moving […]

Guided Tour of Summerhill

Join Lichfield Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust on their second guided tour of the Summerhill section of the Lichfield Canal. See the huge progress made this year and find out what’s next in store for this section with help from corporate volunteers from all over the country, as well as the trust’s own volunteers. The tour starts at Oddfellows in the […]

Explore travel in Lichfield’s past at Birthplace Museum Workshop

Saturday 5th November 2.00pm The Samuel Johnson Birthplace will be delving into the archives this week for the next in the Museum’s popular history workshop series. Following fascinating sessions on daily life and leisure in the city, on Saturday November 5th at 2.00pm, Sue Bray will be giving insight into the paths, roads and rails […]

Lichfield Garrick wins award for West Midland’s Most Welcoming Theatre

The Lichfield Garrick is celebrating after it was announced as the West Midland’s Regional Winner of the UK’s Most Welcoming Theatre Award, in association with Smooth Radio. Beating leading local theatres from across the West Midlands, the Lichfield Garrick has been recognised for its commitment to providing a friendly and welcoming theatre for the whole […]