Groups or individuals are being reminded to apply before November for a small grant of between £50 and £300 for projects and activities that will have a positive impact on their local area.
Voters are being reminded to register to vote if they have not already done so: go to www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/canvass and to register to vote go to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Lichfield District Council has launched an online survey for people to give their views on its priorities and spending on local services for the next financial year. The survey is open until 30 November at www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/prioritiesandbudget
At the last Parish Council meeting two residents attended to discuss the lack of school transport for sixth formers. The Parish Council invited our local Councillor Alan White to the meeting and he explained the background to Staffordshire County Council’s decision not to allow these pupils to use spare seats on the school coach. The […]
It’s time to snap up your £2.50 tickets for Lichfield Community Games, which is returning to Beacon Park later this month. Lichfield Community Games is taking place at Beacon Park on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 September from 12noon to 5pm. The two-day event will offer everyone the chance to try a wide variety of […]
If your home or business flooded in February 2020 you may be entitled to a grant to help prevent your property from being flooded again. After an extension to the national scheme, Lichfield District Council is inviting owners of homes or businesses that flooded in storms Ciara or Dennis in February 2020 to apply for […]
Leisure, events, and hospitality businesses encouraged to take advantage of financial support Small and micro-businesses in the leisure, events, and hospitality sectors, and associated supply chains, are being encouraged to come forward and benefit from money on offer from the government’s Additional Restrictions Grant scheme. Eligible businesses can be awarded a one-off payment of £11,471.44 […]
Lichfield District Council and Lichfield Cathedral are working together to hold a service of remembrance and reflection for the whole community following the Covid-19 pandemic. The service takes place on Sunday 26 September at 3pm and will be attended by representatives from the public sector, businesses, voluntary sector, charities and community groups. Members of families who […]