• John Oyston


The city of Lichfield is a largely forgotten part of Britain’s heritage. The three spires of Lichfield Cathedral, which was built over 900 years ago, dominates the skyline. Timber framed Tudor buildings line the city streets and the Georgian house, in Breadmarket Street, where Doctor Samuel Johnson was born over 300 years ago is now a museum dedicated to his life. and work.


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