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A new map is being launched to encourage visitors to check out more of the attractions across Lichfield and Burntwood.

Camille Humk, Emily Waldron and Kirsty McMahon at the launch of the new visitor map

As well as the likes of Lichfield Cathedral and the National Memorial Arboretum, the new Visit Lichfield initiative also includes details about the Letoceum Roman site, Fradley Junction, Chasewater Railway and The Staffordshire Regiment Museum.

The free fold-up map is available at the Visitor Information Centre in St Mary’s or can be downloaded online.

Cllr Iain Eadie, Lichfield District Council’s cabinet member responsible for visitor economy, said:

“With such a wealth of places to visit across the district, we wanted to make sure visitors don’t miss out on them, which is where our handy map comes in.

“Using the free district map is the perfect way to plan a trip and the city map will make sure you can find your way to all of Lichfield’s historic streets and attractions.”

Cllr Iain Eadie, Lichfield District Council

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  1. Downloaded the map just now and Burntwood is an almost after-thought with only the Chasewater Railway and Park being mentioned.

    What about the empty blue hoardings behind Morrisons? What about the non-existant shops at the Burntwood Retail park (promised nearly 5 years ago)? What about the demolished and still awaited Health Centre that shows similar signs of never appearing?

    There’s plenty to see in Burntwood. Come, visit.

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