Tag: Lichfield District Council
Staffordshire watersports clubs are hoping to boost membership after a £5.5million project to repair Chasewater Reservoir.
Chase Sailing Club and Chase Watersports Centre were forced to use other locations for three years during repairs.
The chairman of Lichfield District Council has raised more than £1,000 for two charities at a formal dinner dance for the We Love Lichfield Fund and Midland Air Ambulance
Councillor Ken Humphreys held the event to help the We Love Lichfield Fund and the Midland Air Ambulance.
A self-confessed “superwoman” looks set to be Staffordshire’s deputy PCC, despite already being a councillor and managing director.
Sue Arnold claims she will be able to cope with the extra role working alongside newly elected PCC Matthew Ellis.
Cyclists are being invited to join a free guided ride in Lichfield.
Riders will get in the saddle to make the 18-mile round trip between the city and the National Memorial Arboretum on June 3.
Volunteers are being asked to come forward and help out when the Olympic torch visits Lichfield.
More than 60 people have already signed up, but more are needed ahead of the flame’s arrival on June 30.
Community groups are meeting Staffordshire’s transport chief to discuss support for residents who will be affected by HS2.
Phase one of the high speed rail line will run from London to Birmingham, but some parts of Lichfield will be affected when the line ties back in with the West Coast Main Line at Handsacre.
A new walkway has been named after a young soldier who was killed in Lichfield.
Nineteen-year-old Private Robert Davies was shot dead by the IRA at Lichfield City Railway Station 20 years ago.
Thousands of pounds of funding is being made available for community projects near Lichfield. More than £37,000 of section 106 money is on offer to initiatives in Handsacre. Lichfield District Council is overseeing the distribution of the funding which was provided by developers who built 14 houses on the site of the former service station [...]
A new hotel in Lichfield is to be operated by Travelodge, it has been confirmed. The 65-bed hotel is being built as part of the £14million Friary Outer development in the city. Planning permission for the site, which will provide more car parking for Lichfield and affordable homes as well as the hotel and restaurants, [...]