Old bus station buildings to come down
The buildings at Lichfield’s bus station will be demolished next week in the latest phase of the Birmingham Road site improvement project.
Community hub project hits milestone of helping 1,000 people
A community hub project that helps deliver vital food to the vulnerable has now helped over 1,000 people.
Council urges caution over Bank Holiday weekend
With the weather forecast looking good, Lichfield District Council is urging its residents to continue to social distance ahead of the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Safer public places
Lichfield District Council has put together a local policy for how it will promote safer urban centres and green spaces as the country starts emerging from lockdown.
£10k secured for Burntwood town ecosystems research
Lichfield District Council is celebrating after its funding bid to the Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) was successful.
A communications officer from Lichfield District Council has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the local community.
Free business membership for small businesses
Thirty small businesses across Lichfield District and Tamworth are being offered a free 12-month membership to the Federation of Small Businesses.
Chairman’s charity donation
In his year in office, Lichfield District Council’s Chairman has raised funds for his chosen charity, Lichfield Foodbank.
Beacon Park tennis court refurbishment work starts
The first phase of Beacon Park’s tennis courts refurbishment got underway this week, after Lichfield District Council and Beacon Park Tennis CIO agreed a 21-year lease of the city's four community tennis courts.
The good, the bad and the ugly
While celebrating the local artwork in support of the NHS and key workers, Lichfield District Council’s community safety team is also aware of a growing number of fly-tipping incidents and reports of graffiti.