Richard Lutz painstakingly looks back in anguish at the week that was and a spring that will be.
It’s been a varied week for Richard Lutz, from emptying the house of books via walking in the woods to dealing with British Gas.
Richard Lutz explains how Midland Tories received £193,000 worth of donations from a construction giant.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
Local thespians invited to have twice the fun.
City station to be upgraded.
The first ever Lichfield Rocks festival raised over £2,500 for St Giles Hospice in Whittington.
There’ll be plenty to eat and drink at the end of the month at RAF Cosford
Residents, family, friends, staff and local people were walking on sunshine last weekend as Hoar Cross Nursing Home put on the biggest Summer Fayre in its history.
Local music festival set up to raise money for charity
Audiences are invited to a gritty fly-on-the-wall World War I drama when the Lichfield Players present ‘My Boy Jack’ in the Garrick Studio next month.
A new service to help schools enhance careers advice for students and tap into business support has been launched.
An Aldridge karate gold champion is in a class of his own after impressing staff at the secondary school he’s set to move up to.
One of the biggest breakthroughs in controlling electricity distribution for decades is being developed in the heart of the West Midlands.
Girls at Aldridge School are celebrating after netting a top place in the UK for the third year running.
Local housebuilder, Walton Homes, will be opening the doors to two brand new residential developments this weekend
Bullwell Trailer Solutions has announced that profits have risen at the company for the fifth year in a row, with the past 12 months marking a record trading year
If you’re out and about in the centre of Lichfield next Saturday morning, you could find yourself face-to-face with some rather sinister characters wearing black.
What better way to celebrate the potential arrival of warmer months than with a Halfmoon Walking & Writing Workshop over Cannock Chase.
Lichfield Players move rapidly on to their next production, a play which offers a total contrast to Ayckbourn’s humour.
Look out for shoppers in their pyjamas in Lichfield city centre this Saturday morning – January 26th – as the Lichfield Players brave the elements in their nightwear to promote their next show.
Shoppers in a Lichfield furniture store this Saturday may find one of the beds temporarily occupied
Companies in Staffordshire will be given the chance to win £1000 of PR and marketing support as part of a new campaign run by Think Local 4 Business.
Staff and students at Aldridge School are celebrating after inspectors gave them a glowing report, praising exam success and highlighting some outstanding teaching.
Music students will keep an unbroken Christmas tradition alive when they perform at a carol service supported by Aldridge School for more than 50 years.
As the year draws to its close, join award winning poet Holly Corfield Carr on a circular walk through the dramatic mythology and geology of the Roaches.
Birmingham Bach Choir return to Lichfield Cathedral on Saturday 24 November 2012 for a well-timed performance of JS Bach’s seasonal Christmas Oratorio.
Expansion into global markets, streamlining of supply chains and a growing desire from customers to source from the UK will all be key factors in helping a Cheslyn Hay manufacturer more than double its turnover in the next three years.
Policing some of the busiest roads in the country has been made easier thanks to the opening of a new purpose-built headquarters.
The long-established midlands event The Big Session Festival is moving to a new home at Catton Park, South Derbyshire