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Do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Or perhaps you would like to know more about it. If so, keep on reading.
Ever wanted to know more about St. David’s Day and why we celebrate it?
Learn more about the English patron saint, St. George.
Don't worry, this isn't a prank. These are the real facts!
Lichfield Cathedral is getting ready for another busy Lent and Easter season.
One in every four years, an extra day is added to our calendars and 2016 is one of those years.
Burns’ Night commorates the life of the bard Robert Burns, who was born January 25th 1759. The day celebrates Burns’ contribution to Scottish culture. You may remember Burns’ best known work is “Auld Lang Syne” and of course the Haggis, neeps and tatties traditionally eaten in Scotland on Burns’ Night.
A civil servant from Gnosall, Staffordshire who set up an innovative development programme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff that saw 55% of participants get promoted in the first year has been recognised at an awards ceremony at Buckingham Palace. The Civil Service Awards ceremony, in association with Ernst and Young, was held on Thursday evening with the Queen and Prince Philip in attendance.
One of Dublin’s must see events is coming to the Garrick – for one night only!
Lichfield has so much history and heritage to celebrate and Lichfield Heritage Weekend gives people the chance to visit the various attractions Lichfield has to offer … FREE of Charge.
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