News articles tagged "Burntwood"
Published on: Thursday, 29th November 2012
A Christmas lantern parade and market are taking place in Burntwood on Saturday 8 December 2012
St John’s Churchyard makeover0 Comments
Published on: Friday, 26th October 2012
Local agencies come together to improve an area of Burntwood
Published on: Wednesday, 3rd October 2012
The Old Mining College Centre in Chasetown, Burntwood celebrates its 100th birthday
Published on: Monday, 30th July 2012
On Friday 20 July, Birmingham County Court approved the extension of a high court injunction to help curb ‘fast and furious’ driving in Burntwood
Published on: Monday, 13th February 2012
Free energy survey for households in Burntwood, North Lichfield and Alrewas
Burntwood Open Art Exhibition 20120 Comments
Published on: Friday, 10th February 2012
On your marks get set go!
Burntwood Christmas Lantern Parade0 Comments
Published on: Tuesday, 15th November 2011
Burntwood Christmas Lantern Parade and Christmas Market is taking place on Saturday 10 December 2011
Redwood Park improvements 0 Comments
Published on: Monday, 26th September 2011
The Chairman of Lichfield District Council, Cllr Bernard Derrick, cut the ribbon today to formally launch Redwood Park ’s new gates
FAB Family Summer Fete 0 Comments
Published on: Thursday, 4th August 2011
Burntwood Leisure Centre on Saturday 20 August from 12 noon to 5pm
Burntwood Community Chest 0 Comments
Published on: Thursday, 23rd December 2010
Burntwood community groups can secure extra funding through a new initiative - Burntwood Community Chest.
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