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Lichfield Cathedral virtual prayer wall and light a candle
Lichfield Cathedral virtual prayer wall and light a candle

Recognising the need for ongoing support to the community and to be creative in the ways people can express their faith, Lichfield Cathedral has launched a new virtual prayer wall. Previously Cathedrals and churches were to remain open to the…

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Staffordshire Day set to give county morale boost

Staffordshire’s community spirit will take centre stage for this year’s Staffordshire Day, which is still set to go ahead on Friday 1st May despite the global Coronavirus pandemic. The event will be online-only, with a series of activities live-…

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Coronavirus - Please see out latest advice on COVID-19
Visit Lichfield - Safely

Lockdown is changing and businesses are beginning to reopen. We're looking forward to welcoming you back to Lichfield District, but we want you to be safe.  Before you head out, please check the government’s latest guidance as it is regularly…

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Lichfield Cathedral – Supporting from behind closed doors

It with sadness that Lichfield Cathedral has to announce that during this time of national emergency it will no longer be open to the public for services, events or private prayer. The latest government and Church of England guidelines state that in…

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Temporary closure of Lichfield Visitor Information Centre & Guided Tours Suspended

We are sorry to advise you that Lichfield’s Visitor Information Centre in St Mary’s on the Market Square will be closed from Monday 23 March until further notice.  We have also temporarily suspended all our Visit Lichfield guided tours for the…

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A New Way of Serving the Community at Lichfield Cathedral

In these uncertain times when the world is facing a global health crisis and ever-increasing guidelines on self-isolation, how can Lichfield Cathedral offer the reassurance and support that is so sorely needed by the local community? Latest Church…

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Chris Ansell appointed at NMA
Chris Ansell appointed Head of Participation and Learning at National Memorial Arboretum

Chris Ansell has been appointed as the new Head of Participation and Learning at the National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire. In his new role, Chris will have responsibility for planning, developing and implementing the Arboretum’s…

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Visit England Award
VisitEngland bestows top award on National Memorial Arboretum

The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire has been awarded the prestigious VisitEngland Gold Accolade, in recognition of the exceptional visitor experience offered by the site. This follows a series of award wins for the Arboretum in recent…

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Visit Lichfield 2020 tourism guide
Visit Lichfield 2020 tourism guide

Lichfield District Council has launched its new visitor guide to highlight all that the city and district has to offer and to boost visitor numbers. The Visit Lichfield guide sets out the top city and district attractions, tours, shops, eateries,…

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HRH The Duke of Kent to attend NMA
HRH The Duke of Kent to attend 10 Wreaths service at National Memorial Arboretum

On Sunday 29 March, His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent will attend a special Service of Remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire, accompanied by the High Sheriff of Staffordshire, the High Sheriff of Warwickshire and…

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Bring the Noise
Young people invited to BBC Teach Bring the Noise at the National Memorial Arboretum

The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire, in collaboration with the BBC Teach Bring the Noise campaign, has launched a series of special music workshops for young people. Children aged from 5 to 10 years old are invited to participate in a…

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St Chad
Lichfield Cathedral St Chad’s Day Celebrations

There will be services this Monday (March 2nd) to remember the man without whom Lichfield and its famous cathedral might not exist. The cathedral is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the country and was founded as the burial place of…

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