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Bring a group to Lichfield - an award winning coach tourism destination
Lichfield is proud to be a top class coach tourism destination. The city was recently awarded 'Coach Friendly Status' by the Confederation of Passenger Transport CPT, and we are more than happy to help you plan your visit.
Help and support
For help and support planning your trip, contact Jonathan Oates, our Groups Officer on 01543 308210 or email email@example.com
Guided tours and familiarisation visits
Our fully qualified Green Badge Guides provide city tours with optional extras such as visits to various attractions, morning coffee, afternoon tea, lunch or cream teas. Tours in some overseas languages are also available. Standard tours last around one and a half hours, but the time and topic can easily be arranged to suit each group. To see the range of tours we offer, visit our guided tours page.
We also hold familiarisation visits for group organisers every year to help group organisers find out about the attractions and facilities we offer.
To find out more about Green Badge Guides and familisation visits, or for a groups guide or group information pack, please contact Jonathan Oates, our Groups Officer on 01543 308210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as five unloading and parking bays in Birmingham Road Car Park, there are two unloading bays beside Beacon Park and close to the Cathedral.
Our wide range of attractions have education packages to suit all key stages, and our city is rich with heritage, literature, fantastic theories and famous faces.
To find out more, visit our schools page.
Tuesday 4 November 2014
On Tuesday 4 November 2014, 60 children and 10 adults from Fulfen Primary School visited Lichfield. As part of their school project about the English Civil War, Ian, one of the city's Green Badge Guides, took them on a 40 minute tour of the city telling them about Lichfield's important part in the war. The children heard about Lord Brooke being shot by John 'Dumb' Dyott on Dam Street, they saw the statue of Charles the First on the side of Lichfield Cathedral and heard how the miners of Cannock Chase helped the King's nephew, Prince Rupert, blow up the walls of the Cathedral during the second siege. The children were very interested in the stories and asked lots of great questions which really tested Ian's knowledge! Afterwards the children were given a map of Lichfield in 1643 and another map of Lichfield as it is now and also a special badge for each of them with a picture of Civil War soldiers.