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PEOPLE who live and work in Tamworth are being invited to contribute to a new film and photography project which is designed to capture a snapshot of a day in the life of the town.
SUE Arnold, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, is encouraging young people in Tamworth to do something positive and become young entrepreneurs.
There’s not long to go until Staffordshire based Drayton Manor Park officially unveils its brand new ride, James and the Red Balloon in April 2017.
A TAMWORTH dance group has blown away competition from across the country by winning a record-breaking 97 trophies at the UK Street Dance Challenge.
STAFF at Sir Robert Peel's threatened Minor Injuries Unit have been praised for their hard work and commitment as the trust's emergency department continues to perform well nationally against the NHS waiting time targets.
A TAMWORTH workshop has revealed its links with Katy Perry and the Brit Awards after it was commissioned to rebuild and operate two large models for the superstar's performance at the event.
WHEN John O'Groats first landed in England from Norway, way back in the realms of history, little did he know that he would inspire someone to join our Have a Heart Campaign.
A TAMWORTH Royal Marine and his comrades have expressed their delight at seeing Sergeant Alex Blackman's murder sentence reduced to manslaughter after running a longstanding campaign.
VIDEO: Watch as Drayton Manor's new attraction is built in quick-time: JUST weeks remain until Drayton Manor Park officially unveils its brand new ride, James and the Red Balloon.
TAMWORTH'S Sue Davey, who was killed by terrorists when she was on holiday in Tunisia in 2015, is to have her name on a memorial honouring victims of the attack.
KEEPING communities safe and reassured is paramount at Staffordshire Police says Chief Constable Jane Sawyers in a statement issued today.
THE Staffordshire County Council Election is now less than two months away – and Tamworth residents are being urged to make sure they are registered to vote.
THE Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, Sue Arnold, has welcomed ex-Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police, John Giffard, to the Board of Trustees for Staffordshire Police Cadets Mr Giffard, Staffordshire Police’s longest ...
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Tamworth went down to a gut-wrenching defeat away at fellow play-off chasers Stockport County.
Stockport County 2, Tamworth 1Tamworth succumbed to a second half double at Stockport County where they failed to build on Ross Dyer's opener.
Staffordshire FA, in partnership with Stoke City Football Club and the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG), are pleased to confirm details of our next pitch improvement workshop, which will take place on Thursday 6 April 2017, 6.30pm – 9.00pm...
The FA Disability Cup begins in earnest this Sunday with the opening round focusing on Cerebral Palsy football.
Grimsby Town manager Marcus Bignot says Tamworth striker Danny Newton is not on his shortlist of potential signings.
TAMWORTH travel to Stockport County on Saturday with manager Andy Morrell urging his players and the supporters to 'keep believing'.
Tamworth Football Club have announced a new partnership with Macron, who will become the Lambs new technical kit supplier.
DANNY Newton hopes he can continue his rich vein of goalscoring into the final throes of the National North season and help the Lambs sneak into the play-offs.
BOLEHALL Swifts have been rocked by more injury problems.
The service which provides free, independent, impartial and confidential advice to anyone in Tamworth who needs it has a new provider, a new name and more services, but it’s business as usual for the people who use it.
The Tamworth Dementia Action Alliance and Cllr Andrew James are inviting knitters in Tamworth to pick up their needles and use their craft skills and creativity to help people with dementia.
The British servicemen and women who gave their lives in the D-Day landings and in the Normandy Campaign will be commemorated with a new memorial, supported by £20 million, the Prime Minister and Chancellor today announced.
An independent university is to conduct a “six-figure” Football Association study into whether there is a link between playing football and dementia.
Prime Minister’s Questions is nothing more than cliche time in Parliament, says political commentator Will Mapplebeck ‘Would my right honorable friend agree with me…?’ There are fewer depressing phrases uttered in Parliament, a signal that...
The Government has tabled amendments to the Children and Social Work Bill, which will make it a requirement that all secondary schools in England teach relationships and sex education (RSE).
Lichfield District Council likely to reject request from Tamworth to create a new site for travellersLichfield Live 2 Mar
Lichfield District Council says it is unlikely to build an additional site for travellers despite a request from a neighbouring local authority to do so.
Burntwood councillor says communities in Lichfield and Burntwood aren’t bound together by voting boundariesLichfield Live 1 Mar
A Burntwood councillor says residents in Hammerwich and Wall will be well represented at Westminster, regardless of which constituency they end up in.
People in Lichfield and Burntwood could soon have to pay extra to have their garden waste collected.
Chair of Lichfield Green Party says plan to move Whittington voters into Tamworth is “mindless and insensitive”Lichfield Live 28 Feb
The chair of the Green Party in Lichfield has backed calls for the Boundary Commission to rethink plans to move Whittington and Streethay into the Tamworth constituency.
Warning community ties will be broken if Whittington and Streethay are moved out of Lichfield voting boundaryLichfield Live 28 Feb
Community ties in Lichfield risk being broken if voting boundaries are changed, the chairman of the local Conservative Association has warned.
People living in parts of Lichfield have been urged to make their voices heard on plans to move some areas of the city into the Tamworth voting area.
The exit music at a funeral today associated them with a hooly-hooly skirt - what a super track to leave by, does it get any better than that? Today has been more of the same, and there's been as many funerals for me this month that I usually get in ...
Walter Hilton of Thurgarton, Augustinian Canon, Mystic, 1396 Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, Martyr, 1980 Paul Couturier, Priest, Ecumenist, 1953 Lent Psalm 22 My God, my God, why have you forsaken me, and are so far from my salvation, from...
This little girl did very well indeed yesterday! What has happened is this: Tia and her mum came to see us a month or two ago, to ask if we could help.
what a stunning day! It was another long one but it totally rocked as we did a back-to-back services with Communion and then a funeral for one of our lovely ladies.
Wednesday 22 Marsh 2017 It rained all day but at the end of it I'd seen a few new birds for the year.
Lord, in a day where wicked hands have acted to take life, We look to you whose desire is to bring healing, peace, unity and concord to this world.
Psalm 56 Have mercy on me, O God, for they trample over me; all day long they assault and oppress me.
Lent Psalm 38 Rebuke me not, O Lord, in your anger, neither chasten me in your heavy displeasure.
Well, a third of a day off anyway! Before the world starts the, "You have to take your day off," tirade, I had to square away some of the funerals in terms of getting the CDs burnt, the service paperwork done, a regimental flag found (ended up buying...
Cicily Bridal will be hosting an Augusta Jones Designer Trunk Show on Saturday, 15th April (Easter Saturday).
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, Reformation Martyr, 1556 Lent Psalm 6 O Lord, rebuke me not in your wrath; neither chasten me in your fierce anger.
"What you need is a meeting!" Well that's what so many who call themselves Church seem to think! In fact, it seems to me, on reading the Bible, that's exactly what He never said.
Joseph of Nazareth Lent Psalm 25 To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul; O my God, in you I trust; let me not be put to shame; let not my enemies triumph over me.
Three Communions and a couple of baptisms were on the calendar for today.
Sunday 19th March 2017 The end of last week saw a definite movement of birds across the area.
A new upcycling shop has launched in Lichfield – and already has an eight-week waiting list for workshops.
A Lichfield entrepreneur has found a recipe success after winning a business award.
A vision to revitalise the historic landscape between the Black Country, Birmingham and Tamworth to maximise the benefits of high speed rail has been unveiled.
A new warehouse project on St.
Making the M6 Toll free to use, expanding superfast broadband, expanding the Midland Metro beyond existing proposals, bringing forward shelved railway investment and providing fast links from the Blac...
STAFFORDSHIRE theme park, Drayton Manor, is to invest £250,000 in a new attraction aimed at boosting visitor numbers for the forthcoming season.
A £12m funding package from the Homes and Communities Agency is set to see hundreds of new homes built across the Midlands.
STAFFORDSHIRE theme park, Drayton Manor Park has begun its annual recruitment campaign.
Les Ratcliffe and Colin Bryan among those West Midlands business figures to be recognised in Queen's New Year's Honours 2017...
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The Staffordshire County Council Election is now less than two months away – and Tamworth residents are being urged to make sure they are registered to vote.
Tamworth’s popular St George’s Day extravaganza is back for 2017 and will take over the Castle Grounds with medieval-themed fun for the whole family on Saturday, April 22.
If you live and work in Tamworth, you have the chance to contribute to a new film and photography project which aims to capture a snapshot of a day in the life of the borough.
Tamworth Borough Council has appointed Wates as its new Council housing repairs and investment contractor, with the contract to start on March 31.
Tickets for this year’s Outdoor Cinema in Tamworth Castle Grounds have sold like hot cakes, with more than 1,000 people booking up within a week of the August event going on sale.
The service which provides free, independent, impartial and confidential advice to anyone in Tamworth who needs it has a new provider, a new name and more services – but it’s business as usual for the people who use it.
Response by Tamworth Borough Council to J Taylor on 21 March 2017 .
Request sent to Tamworth Borough Council by J Taylor on 21 March 2017 .
Life-size dinosaurs, a dragon, medieval knights, a flash mob, The Goonies, fireworks and a lantern parade – these are just some of the highlights of the jam-packed programme of outdoor events that we’ve got in store for you this year...
The Service is holding recruitment days at Tamworth Fire Station, on Lichfield Street, on Wednesday, February 22 at 6pm and Saturday, February 25 at 10am.
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.
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