Another Milestone in Wall's history

A new landmark with an ancient theme was unveiled on Saturday 24 November, alongside Watling Street in Wall Village. A Replica Roman Milestone, commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of our Queen Elizabeth and the original junction of Watling Street & Ryknild Street, the site of which is situated approximately half a mile from the village across...

Christmas Tree Festival opens this Thursday at Lichfield Cathedral

Lichfield Cathedral will be opening its door this week for the very first Christmas Tree Festival, which will include over 40 trees decorated by a lively mix of local community groups, schools, charities and businesses. The Festival will also include a colourful display of nativity scenes and cribs from around the world, plus free Christmas floral...

Choristers abseil down Bishop's Palace to raise funds

On Saturday 18 November over 20 Lichfield Cathedral choristers and their families and friends took turns to scale Lichfield's grade I-listed Bishop's Palace wall, braving the 40ft drop. Piers Derry, aged nine, from Hoar Cross, was among the choristers to take part. “It was scary when you were sat on the edge looking down because it seemed...

New Jubilee Landmark at Wall

A new landmark with an ancient theme is soon to be unveiled alongside Watling Street in Wall Village. The landmark is a Replica Roman Milestone, and it will commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of our Queen Elizabeth and also the original junction of Watling Street & Ryknild Street, the site of which is situated approximately half a mile from the...

Lichfield Cathedral launches its Toy Appeal

Following the overwhelmingly generous and thoughtful response from the local area to the Lichfield Cathedral Toy Appeal over the last two years, the cathedral is pleased to announce that the initiative will return this Christmas. This year all toys will be donated to the Pathway Project and will be donated to local families in need and that may be...

Lichfield is chosen by the Government as a Town Team Partner

In an announcement by the Government on Tuesday 23 October 2012, Lichfield has been named as a 'Town Team Partner'. On top of receiving £10,000 funding, Town Team Partners are given access a range of tools to help boost their high streets. Support includes an advice line, a network of advisors and mentors, meetings with other Town...

Erasmus thinks local with Christmas gift fair

Erasmus Darwin House will be holding a local handmade crafts fair to celebrate local craftspeople and their handmade wares and give the lovely people of Lichfield the chance to shop for Christmas!

Netherstowe House wins Restaurant of the Year

Netherstowe House in Lichfield has been honoured with the prestigious title of 'Restaurant of The Year' at this years Taste of Staffordshire Good Food Awards.

What a Wonderful World! Care for Creation - An Environmental Festival and Celebration

This October, Lichfield Cathedral and the Diocese of Lichfield will be hosting the multi-faceted environmental Festival ‘Care for Creation – A Celebration’.