Our Frog Lane offices and tourist information point at Lichfield Library are closed this bank holiday Monday, but are otherwise open as normal.
Bin collections will not be affected.
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On Thursday 24 May a number of small controlled explosions were carried out by army bomb disposal officers, following the discovery of a number of mortar shells at a building site off Milestone Way in Chasetown, Burntwood. The A5190 was closed while the detonations were carried out and a 100m cordon was set up as a precaution for public safety, which will be removed when the area has been fully checked.People are reminded to avoid the area if at all possible and are thanked once again for their patience and cooperation.
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Published Friday 25 May 2018.
Bird Street car park will be closing over the bank holiday weekend to make room for the Lichfield Bower.
The car park will close to new entries from midday on Friday 25 May. Those vehicles already in the area are asked to ensure that they move by 4pm.
The car park will reopen on the morning of Wednesday 30 May.
Thanks for your patience!
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A series of free mindful walks is launching at a beautiful nature spot in the heart of Lichfield this month.
Alrewas Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Plan to Lichfield District Council, becoming the seventh community within Lichfield District to reach this stage of the process.
Lichfield District Council is consulting on its revised Local Plan Allocations draft document from 8 January to 19 February.
Members of Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership donated festive food to make up five Christmas hampers for local families.
Councillor Mike Wilcox, Leader of Lichfield District Council, wishes everyone across the district a happy 2018.
Out of the tourism bodies in the West Midlands, Visit Lichfield came in second place in the English Tourism Social Media Index.
Councillor Mark Warfield, Chairman of Lichfield District Council, wishes everyone across the district a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
More than 20 people got festive and made beautiful Christmas wreaths at Beacon Park.
King Edward VI Leisure Centre is now closed for the festive break and will transfer to Staffordshire County Council for the King Edward VI School to manage in the new year.
People who live in Lichfield District and Tamworth Borough can book in their 2018 garden waste bin collections online or over the phone from today – Friday 15 December.
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