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Walx on the Chase is a walking group focussed on health, fitness and mental wellbeing delivered in the picturesque Cannock Chase and surrounding woodlands. We read the maps so you can relax and enjoy the chatter and scenery, with walks ranging from gentle wellbeing walks, all the way through to high intensity ultimate Nordic session. Whichever level you are comfortable at the it will be very sociable and above all fun.
Classes run most days, including the evenings, with free tasters and lessons available. Sessions begin at £5.60 with other flexible membership options available.

We are based in the heart of Lichfield in the spectacular Beacon Park.

We have four floodlit hard courts, which have recently been fully resurfaced and open from 8am to 9pm.

The courts are open all year round and free to use for annual pass holders (£52 for unlimited household usage) and for pay and play (£6 per hour). Floodlights are available at £2.50 an hour.

We run a free tennis social on Wednesday evenings from 5pm to 7pm plus Tennis for Free coaching on Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 3pm.

We are not a club, but a friendly group of volunteers who have worked together to create an environment that welcomes players of all ages and abilities.

Village cricket club founded in 1879 with our own licensed clubhouse. We run teams for all ages and abilities, male and female.

Badminton is for everyone, from expert county players to raw beginners, pensioner to junior, there are several badminton clubs and groups in the Lichfield area.

Sessions are for ages 7 years and up, to those in their prime and perhaps beyond, aimed at anyone looking to continue a much loved sport or seeking a new interest and activity.

Sessions are delivered from various sites around Lichfield, including the Friary school sports hall and King Edwards VI sports hall, plus other venues.

For more information please contact John Bagshaw.

British Shooting Target Sprint Hub Burntwood offers the opportunity to experience a brand new sport which combines running and shooting .

This family friendly fun sport is practiced outside and our hub here in Burntwood has regular coaching sessions with fully qualified athletics and rifle coaches.

We have National Series competition which runs throughout the country, with qualification for the final being achieved at each of the competitions throughout the summer.

We also compete internationally in a super league, maybe you are our next world champion.

The club was formed in 1998 following the dissolution of the previous Lichfield League and has run at King Edward VI Leisure Centre ever since.

Our club night is Mondays, between 7 and 10, and with juniors coaching from 6 to 7.

We cater for all ages and abilities, from casual players to competitive league players. Annual subscriptions are £25 for Juniors, £90 for adults, and £60 for senior citizens over 65.

 

A fun and friendly choir where all voices, male and female are most welcome.

There are no auditions and no previous musical experience is required, just a love of singing.

Led by our enthusiastic musical director Ruairi Edwards, the choir meets every Thursday during term time from 6.15pm – 7.45pm.

Fees are payable at either £5 per session or £16 per month (first session is free).

The choir is a not for profit organisation run by the local community for everyone to experience the joy of singing.

Rehearsals take place at Wade Street Church in Lichfield – please use the Frog Lane entrance.

Meet local badge collectors at our montly Lichfield Badge Collectors’ Group.

We are open to all collectors of all types of badges.

We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm at The King’s Head on Bird Street in Lichfield.

It doesn’t cost anything – just turn up!

The club is a CASC Club and open to all ages.

We are an RYA Training Centre for dinghy sailing for ages 7 to 70+

Membership grants you 7 day a week access to the water and clubhouse, with costs varying from £50 to £195.

For a full breakdown of membership packages please head to our website.

 

 

We are an established community choir who are always pleased to welcome new members – sopranos, altos, tenors and basses.

You don’t need to audition or be able to read music – all you need is to want to sing a wide and interesting selection of music with other people.

Our fee for the academic year (designed to cover room hire and the cost of music) is £45, which may be paid in instalments.

We meet every Wednesday in term time from 7.30 – 9.30 pm.