Lichfield is a city and civil parish in Staffordshire, England. One of seven civil parishes with city status in England, Lichfield has a population of 31,000 and is situated 16 miles north of Birmingham and 124 miles northwest of London.

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Lichfield Cathedral is situated in , , England.

Letocetum is the ancient remains of a Roman settlement.

A Speakers' Corner is an area where open-air public speaking, debate, and discussion are allowed.

Erasmus Darwin House in , is the former home of the English poet and physician Erasmus Darwin, grandfather of naturalist Charles Darwin.

Lichfield Museum, formerly known as "Lichfield Heritage Centre", is dedicated to the history and heritage of the city of .

Localities in the Area

Wall is a small village and civil parish in , England, just south of .

Streethay is an village in the civil parish of Fradley and Streethay adjoining the city of , on the east side of the West Coast Main Line railway.

Elmhurst is a small village and civil parish within Lichfield District, in , England.

Swinfen is a small community about two miles south of in the civil parish of Swinfen and Packington, .

Huddlesford is a village 2km east of the city of , in the English county of .


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