Lichfield in general Reviews
Description:Lichfield (Welsh: Caerlwytgoed) is a small city and civil parish in Staffordshire, 110 miles northwest of London and 14 ... more
Lichfield in general ... miles north of Birmingham. It is famous for its three-spired cathedral and as the birthplace of Dr. Johnson, the writer of the first Dictionary of the English Language. Today it still retains its old importance as an ecclesiastical centre, but its industrial development is relatively small. The centre of the city thus retains an essentially old-world character, with pockets of historic charm and attractiveness. It is the main town in the Lichfield district. The population of the district according to the 2001 census is 93,237; of the city itself 27,900.
Newest Review: ... shopping is very good, there are some lovely independant shops, especially along tudor row, along with your bigger stores, like new look, dorothy perkins and woolworths. There is even a TG Hughes which houses many bargains and the staff are freindly. Next to TG hughes is a totesport, this is the only betting shop I have ever ventured into as my mother told me at a young age ladies don't go ... more
Customer Lichfield in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/09/08 (Useful, 49 readings)
Lichfield is a lovely little city in staffordshire. Its just north of Birmingham and takes 45 mins by train from Birmingham new street station. As a city it is a very small city, however saying that the best things come in small packages. Although it is small the shopping is very good, there are some lovely independant shops, especially along tudor row, along with your bigger stores, like new look, dorothy perkins and woolworths. There is even a TG Hughes which houses many bargains and the staff are freindly. Next to TG hughes is a totesport, this is the only betting shop I have ever ventured into as my mother told me at a young age ladies don't go into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/08 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Lichfield is a small city not that far from my home which I love to visit at least a couple of times a month. Technically Lichfield is a city as it has a cathedral but it could be the smallest city that I have ever known. Situated close to Tamworth in Staffordshire it is a popular place as it has many activities to explore within the city. As you probably know from my other reviews I do love to have the weekly shop to de-stress after the week. However you would be pretty hard pressed to find much to buy in Lichfield as they only high street clothing stores it has is a small Dorothy Perkins but a decent sized New Look. So the times I do go to Lichfield it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/01, updated on 08/06/01 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Lichfield City , that is the legend on the train station and a fact upon which Lichfield prides itself, the fact that it has city status. However, it must be one of the smallest places that has got this dubious honour, ( I know there are probably a few thousand more factually accurate folk out there rushing to their keyboards to put me right & correct this innaccuracy, but the point remains, it is not really a 'proper' city . . . ). Lichfield holds its city status by virtue of the fact it has a beautiful three spired cathedral, when in actuality it's identity is more of a busy little market town. Admittedly, it is becoming surrounded by a ring of ... Read the complete review
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