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Miss Birmingham 2016, otherwise known as Megan Llewellyn from Tamworth, enjoyed a day experiencing the brand new high ropes attraction, VertiGO, at Drayton Manor Park on 21 July. VertiGO is a 30 minute high ropes activity with two sky rails that’s suitable for all abilities, whether you’re an avid climber, or your feet have never left the...
Lichfield Cathedral will hold a special vigil at 6pm on Sunday 17 July for all those affected by the terror attacks in Nice. The vigil will be led by the Very Revd Adrian Dorber, Dean of Lichfield, and will provide an opportunity to grieve for those who lost their lives in the attack this week, and to join together in hope. All are welcome to attend...
‘Before Action’ is a special commemoration event, and an exclusive art installation, taking place at Lichfield Cathedral this August, to mark the anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
Lichfield Cathedral is teaming up with Oscar-winning actor, Eddie Redmayne, to work on a special project this summer, in commemoration of the Battle of the Somme.
Lichfield Blues & Jazz Festival has been highly praised by both musicians and customers after a great week-end of music to suit all tastes. Of the many highlights were Lichfield’s Community Band ‘Blast Off ‘ entertaining the crowds outside Lichfield Guildhall ( J-peg attached], and the inspiring South Staffs Primary Schools...
Over 150 ragdolls are lined up and ready to form a trail through the city of Lichfield as part of the 35th Lichfield Festival which starts on Friday (1 July). The dolls have been made and donated by local crafters of all ages and abilities across Lichfield and further afield, with St Michael's Primary School, Pathway Project, Erasmus...
Staff at Lichfield Cathedral have discovered an exciting inscription in the Cathedral Library. The inscription was found in a book belonging to the Earl of Hertford and dated 1553. It was written in Latin by ‘RA’, believed to be Roger Ascham. The inscription runs to over three pages and is dated 1554.
Drayton Manor Hotel is proud to announce that it is a recipient of the TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. The hotel, which will be celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, has been awarded with this recognition based on consistently great reviews that it earned on the travel website.
Performers and patrons of the Lichfield Festival gathered at Euston Station on Tuesday 14 June to celebrate the official naming of one of London Midland’s newest class 350 trains. The train naming event took place to mark the train operator’s ongoing support of the Lichfield Festival, which this year celebrates its 35th anniversary. During...
The volunteers of Chasewater Railway who work in the community operating a Heritage Railway and Museum have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. Chasewater Railway operates throughout the year on a two mile standard gauge line through a former colliery site which is...