Lichfield District Street Aid    

Lichfield District Council is launching Street Aid to encourage people to ‘give small change for real change’, with the aim to help people who are sleeping on the street turn a corner in their lives. The Street Aid fund will offer grants to help people, who are on or have

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Attention Local Business owners!

Staffordshire County Council currently have an offer for businesses to receive a full free PPE pack, businesses just need to go onto the website and request a pack here  https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/Business/Coronavirus-COVID-19-support-for-businesses/Emergency-PPE/Emergency-PPE-information-for-providers.aspx Lichfield District Council also have an information officer on the ground who has been visiting businesses throughout the whole district

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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. VisitEngland, in partnership with VisitBritain, has launched a UK-wide industry standard and consumer mark to provide confidence for tourism as the sector works towards reopening. The

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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. As part of the Reopening High Streets Safely project, which is being funded by the European Regional Development Fund, the council is launching a #LoveLocal campaign. The campaign

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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. Councillor Iain Eadie will remain as Deputy Leader and takes up a more focused portfolio as Cabinet Member for Visitor Economy & the

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