See Lichfield in twenty buildings and sixteen steps – this Monday!


Lichfield: it’s full of historical stories and hidden surprises. Why not explore them for free with Lichfield Discovered?

I see that there Kate Cardigan from the wonderful Lichfield Lore is organising a great Monday evening historical walk visiting twenty buildings around Lichfield, with her informal and fun Lichfield local history group, Lichfield Discovered.

The walk takes place this Monday 8th August 2016 at 7:00pm, meeting at the Speakers Corner, at the Dam Street end of Minster Pool – and the best bit is it’s totally free!

Kate had this to say about the talk:

Hello Bob

We have a walk coming up on Monday 8th August that some of your readers might be interested in, and would be very welcome to join us on.

Lichfield in Twenty Buildings (and 16 stops!) is a summer evening’s stroll, led by local historian John Gallagher, discovering an assortment of the unexpected and overlooked properties of our treasured city.

Featuring places you might recognise, but may not know about, this idiosyncratic walk celebrates heritage as only Lichfield Discovered can, and each location has the distinction of having a history.

All welcome and no charge! Meet Speaker’s Corner at 7pm.

Kate Cardigan x

These events are increasing in popularity, and I can see why; this is a collection of dedicated but offbeat local history enthusiasts who really know how to make their subject engaging and entertaining. And it’s absolutely free to attend. What’s not to love?

Please do attend, it’ll be great fun!

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