#LoveLocal virtual support for district businesses
Businesses across Lichfield District are being invited to take part in online sessions that will provide support, advice and sharing of information on Covid-19 matters, to make sure they can continue to trade safely and successfully.
Warning on Covid-19 for Lichfield District as cases surge
People across Lichfield district are being urged to stick to the Covid-19 rules, after a surge in cases.
Book a Hubble Bubble tour this autumn
Celebrate Halloween with a spooky guided tour of Lichfield City Centre.
Bus station car park opens
With the completion of the new long-stay car park next to the bus station, Lichfield District Council is coming to the end of its project to make short-term improvements to a key, gateway site in Lichfield city centre.
Small business grant helps launch marketing business
A marketing consultant has spoken of how a small business grant from Lichfield District Council helped him realise his ambition to go freelance. Now round nine of the grant scheme is open and small businesses and start-ups across Lichfield District are once again invited to apply.
Boost your wellbeing with Park Pause activities
Be in the moment by heading out to one of the district’s parks or open spaces and have a go at a series of wellbeing activities.
Warning after rise in catalytic converter thefts locally
Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership is calling on people to stay vigilant as police officers look to fight a rise in catalytic converter thefts across the district.
Council pays respects to Peter Jones
The leader of Lichfield District Council has paid tribute to the former district councillor, Peter Jones.
Burntwood business embraces #LoveLocal campaign
A jewel in the crown of Burntwood’s independent businesses, Personal Touch Jewellery, has been describing how they have been quick to adapt their operations in response to the global health crisis.
Council pays respects to city’s town crier
The leader of Lichfield District Council has paid tribute to Lichfield city’s town crier, Ken Knowles.