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Below is an archive of our most recent news stories, please click on the titles to read more.
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Outdoor Cinema strikes six-year hit with film favourites - Thu, 09 Aug 2018

Movie lovers enjoyed watching their favourite films under the stars in Tamworth’s Castle Grounds at the sixth outdoor cinema event organised by Tamworth Borough Council.

Moor Street island World War 1 tribute story - Wed, 08 Aug 2018

In celebrating this year’s Tamworth in Bloom theme of ‘Homecoming 2018’- Moor Street traffic island at the end of Lichfield Street was planted with a stunning World War 1 tribute.

More landlords to be licensed under ‘HMO’ changes - Fri, 03 Aug 2018

More landlords who let properties to two or more households with shared facilities will have to apply for a license from the council as a result of new legislation which takes effect this autumn.

Book now for a stall at this year’s ‘We love Tamworth’ event. - Tue, 31 Jul 2018

The popular We Love Tamworth extravaganza returns to the Castle Grounds in September and is looking for any groups, organisations, charities or businesses that are interested in booking a stall at the event – all in the name of charity.

More summer entertainment this weekend in the Castle Grounds - Tue, 31 Jul 2018

Tamworth Borough Council’s hot programme of summer entertainment continues for a packed weekend of music and movies in Tamworth Castle Grounds.

New development levy to help improve town’s infrastructure - Fri, 27 Jul 2018

Developers looking to build in Tamworth will be asked to contribute towards projects which benefit the whole town, as part of a new infrastructure levy adopted by Tamworth Borough Council.

Have your say this summer as major consultations launched - Wed, 25 Jul 2018

Tamworth Borough Council is inviting people to have their say this summer as part of two key consultations – including the all-important question of how spending is prioritised.

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