Park for £1 at Lichfield city centre car parks from Monday
Lichfield District Council is launching a special offer across its Lichfield city car parks, and from Monday 6 July it will only cost £1 to park all day, any day of the week in council-run city centre car parks.
We’re good to go
Visit Lichfield is urging local tourism and hospitality businesses to achieve the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard to reassure customers they are covid-secure.
Council urges residents to #LoveLocal
With coronavirus restrictions slowly being lifted, Lichfield District Council is working to make sure residents are confident visiting their local high streets.
Council urges customers to wear facemasks in taxis
Lichfield District Council is working with taxi drivers to help them work their way through the government guidelines, which includes rules around face coverings.
Support programmes offer help to businesses
Entrepreneurs across Lichfield District looking to start their own businesses are being offered free advice, grants, mentoring and support thanks to two local enterprise partnerships.
Casting call for Lichfield and Burntwood retailers as part of #ShopSafelyInStaffs
Retailers and associated businesses across Lichfield and Burntwood have an opportunity to see their company included in a special video project to entice shoppers back to the high street.
Outdoor gyms unveiled in two Burntwood parks
Work is now complete on outdoor gyms at Redwood Park and Chase Terrace Park in Burntwood.
Show domestic abuse the red card
Fans will be looking forward to the football season getting underway again after professional sport was put on hold due to the coronavirus lockdown. However, matches can often mean an increase in domestic violence and abuse.
Council Cabinet roles redefined
Lichfield district council has announced changes to the current Cabinet structure to provide more executive capacity and better align with the new strategic priorities and recovery plans.
Making our high streets safe to visit
Lichfield District Council is progressing with plans for how it will help local businesses to establish safe trading and how it will begin to use the £92,501 it was awarded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), to reopen high streets safely.