High Sheriff stops off at Lichfield Cathedral
Published on: Wed, 29/07/2020 - 16:48
In the first week of August Charlie Bagot Jewitt, the High Sheriff of Staffordshire, is embarking on a 300-mile cycle ride around the region to help highlight the wonders of Staffordshire as a staycation destination. As part of his ride, the High Sheriff will be stopping off at Lichfield Cathedral, one of the many jewels in the Staffordshire crown, where he will be met by the Dean of Lichfield, the Very Rev’d Adrian Dorber and the Mayor of Lichfield, Cllr Deborah Baker.
The Very Rev’d Adrian Dorber said: “I am delighted to be able to greet the High Sheriff for on this ambitious cycle ride around Staffordshire. He is a great supporter of the region and of Lichfield Cathedral. I would like to thank Charlie for his efforts to promote the County as a staycation destination, we certainly have a lot to offer in this often-overlooked part of the UK.”
This cycle tour of the region will stop by Lichfield Cathedral on Saturday 8 August at around 12.00 and before moving onto the next destination, Fradley Junction and then the finish-line at Blithfield Hall. More information can be found here: https://www.highsheriffofstaffordshire.co.uk/
Charlie Bagot Jewitt and his team will be raising money for the Staffordshire Community Foundation. You can donate here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/charles-bagot-jewitt1
Why not stop off at Lichfield Cathedral on your next visit to the region?
Lichfield Cathedral is open daily from 13.30-16.30 for visitors. Timed tickets can be pre-booked online or on the door via contactless payments only. Whilst the Cathedral is committed to staying a free to enter site, it has introduced a temporary nominal charge of £2 per person, £5 per family with under 5s entering for free. You can find out more on the website and download a free self-guided tour and a free children’s activity trail for your visit: www.lichfield-cathedral.org/welcomeback