A restaurant of star quality

This smallish dining room ‘Upstairs’ above Mr Sheherd Senior’s shop is a gem now recognised with its first Michelin star. I’ve followed progress with interest even observing the arrival of the kitchen equipment – only to add – the stairs are very steep.!Tom Shepherd has a great resume and has absorbed all those experiences

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The elegant three spires of Lichfield

An Ancient Cathedral Full of Life & Wonder – There has been a Cathedral in Lichfield for over 1300 years and its story is one bursting with history, art, culture and life. If you’re looking for rich heritage, ancient artefacts, and stunning architecture then Lichfield Cathedral has it all. Lichfield Cathedral’s story doesn’t end

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The timeless Tudor of Lichfield

Looking at the front of the Tudor cafe in Bore St Lichfield you can get the feel of what was called ‘The Lichfield Style’ when these type of timber structures were everywhere. Built in the early 1500’s it has a fascinating history with priest hole and alleged tunnels out of the building. The Chocolates

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A great historical ruin

Here was a great opportunity to explore one of the great castles of England. Overlooking the town of Richmond Yorkshire with views in all directions it is easy to see why Alan Rufus ( sounds like a movie star) built the place here as the Normans succeeded in keeping the Anglo Saxons in their

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Wolverhampton DAB win!

Congratulations from everyone for WCRFM wining the Wolverhampton DAB licence – new studio, new digital output, new future! Well done all who knows when the future holds for genuine community based programming.

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