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THEY have been the talk of the town for weeks but now it’s time for the swan song of an outdoor public art exhibition which has helped spirits fly high during the coronavirus crisis.
Lichfield Garrick has been awarded £279,446 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.
St Giles Hospice is celebrating the dedication and hard work of its long-serving staff and volunteers this week – despite celebrations being adapted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
St Giles Hospice is inviting people to light up a life and remember loved ones who are no longer with us this Christmas.
Lichfield Garrick Theatre is again working with businesses to help families who are suffering bereavement, illness, or trauma attend its socially-distanced pantomime this Christmas. Sponsored family tickets will be distributed to deserving people by local charities.
In recent years Lichfield Cathedral has provided people from across the region, the UK and overseas with an exciting and creative programme of events, art installations and interactive exhibitions.
A survey of visitors to Lichfield Cathedral over the summer of 2019 showed that over 60% of visitors feel that the Cathedral belongs to the whole community. The three distinctive spires have been a beacon of hope to the city and its visitors for hundreds of years, and many have found solace and rest within its ancient walls.
Lichfield Garrick has worked hard to bring world class theatre to the city, giving audiences from Lichfield and surrounds the very best entertainment right on their doorstep.
A nine-year-old schoolgirl who really made her lockdown count by raising £1,310 for St Giles Hospice is calling on kids across the region to take part in its new Mini Miles 4 St Giles challenge.
Walking with St Chad
Walking with St Chad
During August The Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, will walk to all churches in the diocese that carry the name of his ancient predecessor St Chad.
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