Hire our parks

Many of our parks can be hired to host events, from community days and sporting activities, through to large-scale corporate events.

We have put together a guide that explains the process of hiring one of our parks/green spaces and what you need to do to make sure your event is as safe as possible - download our guide to hiring local parks.

Hire Beacon Park

Beacon Park is located in the heart of Lichfield city. Large areas are available for hire for a range of events and activities. Our Discovery Hub in Beacon Park is also available, which is suitable for children's parties as well as meetings and functions.

To hire the Discovery Hub, please fill in our party/Discovery Hub enquiry form.

To hire other areas of the park, please see below for prices and then fill in our Beacon Park hire booking form

The prices include advice and guidance from staff experienced in holding events, ensuring your event is safe and well managed.


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Please note: there will be a charge of around 50% of the daily rate for set-up and close-down days where these are before or after the day of the event.

If you have any questions, please call our event officers on 01543 308168 for a chat or email [email protected]

Hire other district parks

If you would like to hire other local parks or open spaces managed by us (view our list of parks in Lichfield and parks in Burntwood), please download and fill in our parks hire booking form.

If you have any questions, please call our event officers on 01543 308168 for a chat or email [email protected]

Lichfield Safety Advisory Group (SAG)

Please fill in our event notification form to notify the Lichfield Safety Advisory Group (SAG) of your event, so they can decide if they need to be involved, depending on the size, scale and potential risks the event poses.

The SAG is made up of organisations, including the district council, county council, police and fire service etc. The group may get involved in the planning stages of your event to make sure you have effective safety arrangements, licenses and permissions in place. If you are required to submit your event management plan to the SAG and/or attend a SAG meeting, you must comply with SAG's requirements. Failure to do so may mean that your permission to use the park is withdrawn. 

In general events involving fewer than 2,000 people will only be reviewed by the SAG if there is an increased risk.

Event management plans and risk assessments

Whether you are working with the Safety Advisory Group or not, we recommend that all event organisers complete an event management plan and risk assessment.