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Life in Streethay
Located just two miles from Streethay, Lichfield’s most famous historic landmark and visitor attraction is the stunning, three-spired medieval cathedral that gives it its city status. As well as making Lichfield an important ecclesiastical centre, the cathedral provides the backdrop to the city’s calendar of public events, which include a spectacular Christmas market and annual arts and music festivals.
Roman Heights offers outstanding transport links, thanks to being located so near to the centre of the UK road network. It is within a very short drive of two major roads whose Roman predecessors, Watling Street and Ryknild Street, inspired the development’s historically-themed name. Now, the A5 runs west towards Wales and south east towards Tamworth, and the A38 runs south to Birmingham and north east to Burton–upon-Trent and Derby. Access to the M6 Toll is just five miles away from Roman Heights, with the M42 and M6 also within easy reach.
Out & About
With plenty of green spaces within the city itself, Lichfield offers lovers of the great outdoors easy access to one of the most unspoilt areas of the British Isles. Cannock Chase, classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is less than 10 miles from Lichfield. The former royal forest is an idyllic area, renowned for its leisurely walks and cycle tracks, roaming over rolling hills, through purple heather and along miles of quiet woodland routes.
For food and drink enthusiasts, Lichfield has an awardwinning array of restaurants, cafés and pubs on offer. Favourites include the 2017 Taste of Staffordshire’s Tea Room and Coffee Shop of the Year, Pom’s Kitchen and Deli, and Independent Restaurant of the Year, The Four Seasons at Swinfen Hall Hotel.
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