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Figures reveal more than 60,000 people visited the city during Lichfield Heritage Weekend

More than 60,000 people visited Lichfield as the city celebrated its annual Heritage Weekend.

A sergeant major putting young 'recruits' through their paces

A sergeant major putting young ‘recruits’ through their paces

Figures from Lichfield Business Improvement District revealed that 39,791 visitors came on the first day of the event, with 23,399 turning up the following day.

Lichfield Heritage Weekend featured talks, entertainment and tours, while historical sites across the city threw open their doors.

Councillor Ian Pritchard, Cabinet member for economic growth, environment and development services, said: “Lichfield Heritage Weekend is an opportunity to celebrate our history and to make it come alive for locals and visitors.

“I’m pleased that the event was busy with many people taking advantage of all that was on offer.

“This year has been extra special as we celebrated a number of centenaries, including votes for women and the end of the First World War.”

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