Freedom Leisure, who manage Burntwood and Friary Grange leisure centres, have notified us that Friary Grange Leisure Centre is currently closed to allow essential repairs and maintenance to take place.
If you have any queries, please contact Freedom Leisure.
Some of our customers have told us that they have received a text message telling them to visit a govgroup website to claim a refund on council tax. This is a scam.
We never send customers text messages about council tax refunds and would advise all customers to delete such text messages and to not visit linked websites.
The revenues and benefits team
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In the last year, thousands of local people have taken up Lichfield District & Tamworth Borough's joint garden waste service.
Lichfield District Council warns that blue bins will not be emptied if contaminated waste, including filled black bin liners, are put in recycling bins.
Lichfield District Council is holding a neighbourhood plan referendum on Thursday 29 November 2018.
Be bowled over at new walking cricket sessions starting at Burntwood Leisure Centre on Thursday 8 November.
Lichfield District Council is asking its 45,000 residents to give their views to help shape its budget.
A team of canvassers will be visiting local properties this autumn to help Lichfield District Council complete its electoral register and encourage voter registration.
From spooky trails and lantern making workshops, to a Halloween fancy dress themed UV sports activity and brand new basketball and football sessions, there is lots on offer for children and teens this half term.
Ahead of a consultation on its Local Plan Review in early 2019, Lichfield District Council is calling on interested parties to propose sites that could be suitable for future development.
Twenty-eight people came to District Council House on Wednesday 10 October to find out more about becoming a district councillor.
Lichfield District Council backs campaign to bring empty properties back into use.
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