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Lichfield House Removals
A cathedral city with a long and distinguished history, Lichfield is Staffordshire’s number one heritage location. It is most famous for its three-spired cathedral, known as Ladies of the Vale, and first ever dictionary author Dr Johnson. Despite being close to the M6 and Birmingham, Lichfield is protected by a green belt which allows it to retain its own cultural personality.
Britannia Premier are located 20-minutes away from Lichfield in Burton-on-Trent. As well as providing Lichfield and the surrounding areas with a seamless removals service, they also have a number of storage solutions available to customers.
Schools in Lichfield
Lichfield has 13 strong state primary schools serving those who live in the area and most parents will choose a school dependant on where they purchase a property or vice versa. There are three secondary schools within the city; The Friary School, Kind Edward IV School, and Nether Tower School. However, parents may choose to send their child to any secondary school within the Lichfield constituency. For those wanting their child to attend an independent school, Lichfield Cathedral is a popular choice.
Lichfield is also blessed with some fantastic schools catering to those with learning difficulties or special needs. Maple Hayes helps children with dyslexia, whereas Queen’s Croft educates children who have difficulty in learning. Saxon Hill helps children between the ages of two and 19 who have physical disabilities and complex medical needs.
Leisure in Lichfield
The Three Spires Shopping Centre has undergone a radical transformation with new shops and a car park having been implemented. The centre is perfect for those who want everything under one roof. Elsewhere, Market Square is home to one of the biggest farmers’ markets in Staffordshire, as well as a traditional market.
Although Lichfield is small for a city, you will not be left disappointed by the great range of restaurants and eateries. From traditional pub grub, to a plethora of world cuisines, a night of dining in Lichfield is always a treat. Make sure to visit Chautari – one of a handful of places in the West Midlands where you can indulge in Nepalese cuisine.
Transport Links Lichfield
For those who prefer to travel by car, you won’t be short of road networks in Lichfield, with many A roads nearby. These A roads can connect commuters to the M6, M42, and M1 with ease.
Lichfield benefits from having two train stations. Lichfield City station is adjacent to the city centre. Services run to Redditch, Shenstone, Duddeston, and Longbridge. However, the most handy train station is Trent Valley as travellers can link up to the West Coast Main Line for trains to London, Manchester, and Liverpool.
All buses in Lichfield stop in the city centre, great for those who want to hop on a train or do a spot of shopping. Buses serve destinations such as Cannock, Stafford, Tamworth and Rugeley.