MOTORISTS are being warned of major traffic jams due to the part of the A5 between Nuneaton and Hinckley being closed following a lorry fire.
POLICE are appealing to businesses in Tamworth after a number of pallets have been recovered from an industrial estate.
TAMWORTH'S biggest ever pantomime comes to town next week oh yes it does!Jack and the Beanstalk will be performed for the first time in a giant Big Top in Tamworth Castle Grounds while the Assembly Rooms undergoes renovation as part of the 6.1 ...
THE WEATHER may have turned cold, but members of Tamworth's Cricket, Hockey and Squash Club have warm hearts as they are the sixth organisation to purchase a life-saving device and back our Have a Heart Campaign.
A DISABLED couple have hit out at their housing association after being told that a simple repair will take 'weeks'.
A ROMANTIC couple who left a 'love lock' attached to a Tamworth bridge have been tracked down.
STAFFORDSHIRE Police are appealing to the public for information about the whereabouts of wanted Tamworth man.
POLICE forces across the region are warning those who view sexually explicit images of children that they will be caught.
STAFFORDSHIRE Police is appealing to the public for information about the whereabouts of wanted Tamworth man Tom Baker.
HER Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) have yesterday published a report how Staffordshire police legitimately keeps people safe and reduces crime and rated the Force as “Good”.
TAMWORTH’s biggest ever pantomime comes to town next week – oh yes it does! Jack and the Beanstalk will be performed for the first time in a giant Big Top in Tamworth Castle Grounds as the local theatre is undergoing renovations.
A GAP in funding could lead to charges for green waste collection being introduced in Tamworth.
A MAN and woman arrested in connection with the death of five-year-old Charlie Dunn have had no charges brought against them and their bail conditions cancelled.
AN HEROIC nurse has been praised by a Tamworth mum after her quick-thinking actions saved her baby son's life.
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ANDY Morrell will allow his players to refresh themselves this weekend ahead of the busy Christmas period.
Tamworth ABC heavyweight Ryan Hatton has won a national title for an incredible sixth time.
LAMBS: Louis Briscoe has been urged to provide 'more moments of magic' and help Tamworth to promotion.
ANDY Burns admits it was vital that the Lambs claimed three points against Altrincham on Saturday in order to 'draw a line' under their FA Trophy horror show.
Tamworth FC have tied up defender Luke Jones until the end of the 2017-18 campaign.
BURTON Albion midfielder Ben Fox will see a familiar face during his time on loan at the Lamb as his cousin is also at the club.
TAMWORTH RFC director of rugby Andy Smith says his players will be in it to win it as they host title-chasing Camp Hill in Midland Two West North on Saturday.
LAMBS midfielder Lee Smith has swapped one promotion battle for another and says he hopes to be a 'bigger cog in the wheel' at Rushall Olympic.
LEE Evans believes the talent among the pool of goalkeepers at Tamworth FC is 'frightening'.
Dangerous drivers who kill are set to face life sentences, under plans put forward by Government Ministers.
A local Conservative MP has called for action to be taken to prevent discrimination against guide dog owners.
Chris this week urges local businesses to get involved in the creation of Tamworth's Business Improvement District (BID).
Christopher Pincher, MP for Tamworth, has given his support to The National Autistic Society's Too Much Information campaign which seeks to improve public understanding of autism.
Traders, shoppers and visitors to Tamworth are being reminded that they can park for free on two Saturdays in December.
Members of the public are being asked for their views on Tamworth’s seven Conservation Areas, including the opportunity to suggest actions to help preserve and protect historic features.
Council tenants in Tamworth are being reminded to make sure they pay their rent on time over the Christmas period.
2016 looks poised to be the warmest year on record globally, according to preliminary data.
Dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, has overtaken heart disease as the leading cause of death in England and Wales, latest figures reveal.
Tamworth Borough Council’s Mercian ward councillors will be holding their next residents surgery on Saturday 12th November.
The Government is disappointed by the High Court's judgment last week.
A high number of vehicles have been targeted in the Tamworth area and Staffordshire Police are warning vehicle owners are being alerted to increase vehicle security after receiving a lot of reports over the last few nights.
Advent Ember Day Psalm 145 I will exalt you, O God my King, and bless your name for ever and ever.
what a day - triumphs, reignited passion, people laid to rest; all this topped with an amazingly energetic and noisy Kid's Club.
Already dreading the thought of January then the Cicily Bridal WINTER SALE will give you something to look forward to.
I've been having some interesting conversations relating to Christmas and it's interesting how the older generation have, almost in total, told me that there's no place in the church building for a Christmas tree until we reach Christmas Eve.
Advent Ember Day Psalm 85 Lord, you were gracious to your land; you restored the fortunes of Jacob.
Advent The Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Psalm 53 The fool has said in his heart, ‘There is no God.
Wednesday 7th December 2016 The lure of a Midlands tick and seeing another 'eastern' rarity was too strong.
Advent Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, Teacher of the Faith, 397 Ember Day Psalm 62 On God alone my soul in stillness waits; from him comes my salvation.
Can we say I was there? Today has been a day of death with multiple visits to plan funerals, comfort the bereaved and to make real the desire that the last opportunity for someone to be in the same physical place (until the Lord's return) is as good ...
It's the Second Sunday of Advent and as we head to Jesus’ birth in a Bethlehem we look at the prophets and the promise of Messiah – very different as our society has changed and evolved over the years, and yet, the insight that Christ’s birth ...
Advent Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, c.326 Psalm 56 Have mercy on me, O God, for they trample over me; all day long they assault and oppress me.
One of those days which promised so much on the diary and delivered something completely different when the doorbell rang! Expected travel and ended up staying at home - a day of encounter nonetheless but it was varied and yet somehow frustrating.
Monday 5th December 2916 Travelled to South Wales today with Tony Shepard and Dave Abbott.
Advent Psalm 44 We have heard with our ears, O God, our forebears have told us, all that you did in their days, in time of old; How with your hand you drove out nations and planted us in, and broke the power of peoples and set us free.
TAMWORTH-based Crown Duty Management Systems has expanded its reach within the emergency services sector after being chosen as an integral part of an IT solution which will allow three police organisa...
A HOST of contracts with law firms during the year have contributed to a 12% turnover rise for IT service provider Quiss Technology.
Vitally needed warehousing pledged for Staffordshire business park after multi-million funding injectionTheBusinessDesk 2 Dec
A £21.6m development along the corridor of the M6 Toll is the first project to receive backing from a new West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) investment fund.
THE 200 millionth customer to use the M6 Toll could use the pay-to-drive motorway today.
A CATERING company that has turned chips into contracts with blue chip organisations has been swallowed up by a South African giant.
A local theme park has picked up a top industry award for the ninth consecutive year.
A STAFFORDSHIRE aluminium die casting manufacturer supplying to the automotive industry has installed new machinery to support contracts with Jaguar Land Rover and Bentley.
Bosses at Drayton Manor Park are celebrating after winning a national award.
Plans have been drawn up to convert a Lichfield city centre shop into a cafe.
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Tamworth’s fourth Question Time event is set to take place in January – and we need you to get involved to make it a success.
There’s plenty of festive entertainment in store for audiences this December as Tamworth Assembly Rooms goes ‘on tour’ with popular events being taken out into the community while the theatre is closed for refurbishment.
A funding gap created by Staffordshire County Council’s decision to reduce funding for recycling credits for the disposal of waste could lead to charges for green waste collection in the Borough.
The light from this lamp cannot reach the footpath as it has been overgrown.
This sign has been in the ditch for some time.
Staff from Tamworth Castle have been officially presented with a prestigious national award for their outstanding education workshops for children – alongside world-renowned museums including Stonehenge and the Tower of London.
Tamworth’s festive season is now officially underway, following the switching on of the Christmas lights on Sunday.
Tamworth Castle is officially the Best Small Visitor Attraction in Staffordshire, after winning gold in the 2016 NFU Mutual Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism Awards.
Council tenants in Tamworth are being reminded to make sure they pay their rent on time over the Christmas period.
A sheltered housing scheme in Tamworth which was severely damaged by a blaze has now been renovated and fitted with a potentially life-saving sprinkler system.
Pupils at a Tamworth primary school have been learning about fire safety as part of a six-week pilot project.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed up with Burton Albion to deliver free sports sessions in Tamworth over the school summer holiday.
Hundreds of Tamworth pupils will learn about the perils of playing with fire and the consequences of crime as part of a joint initiative.
2016 marks the 75th anniversary of Air Cadets and the Tamworth squadron celebrated the occasion with a visit to Tamworth Community Fire Station on April 7.
Firefighters are issuing a warning to e-cigarette users after a man from Tamworth was left with second and third degree burns when an e-cigarette battery exploded in his pocket.
Firefighters are warning residents not to overload plug sockets in the wake of a severe house fire in Tamworth.
Firefighters and Joint Operations Group in Tamworth have joined forces as part of a pioneering pilot project to help the most vulnerable members of the community cope with the approaching cold weather.
Community Safety Officers will be giving shoppers in Tamworth top tips on electrical fire safety on Friday, November 13.
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