Ancient and Modern - some Lichfield Buildings
Mill House, Dam Street
Mill House

Built in the late 19th century, Mill House is perhaps one of the best "Mock Tudor" or "Arts & Crafts" style buildings in Lichfield. It is shown here just after repainting in 2018.

Photo - Lesley Bushell, 2019
Sts Peter & Paul Church

The new Roman Catholic Church on Dimbles Lane was opened on 24th June, 1967 by Archbishop George Dwyer. The striking modern building, with echoes of Basil Spence's work at Sussex University, was designed by Timothy Armstrong of the Sutton Coldfield based architects, Gwilliam & Armstrong.

Photo - Frank Horsfall, 2005
Peter and Paul
The Police Mutual
The Police Mutual Building

The Police Mutual Assurance building on Queen Street was opened in two stages from 1972. It stands on the site of the former City Gas Works. The western extension, completed in 2000, was designed by Peter Brownhill of the Lichfield based Duval-Brownhill partnership.

Photo - Frank Horsfall, 2005
Staffordshire University - Lichfield Campus

The new Lichfield Community College building was opened in May 1998 and has since been extended. The architect was Aiden Ridyard of the Hickton Madeley partnership. The college merged with Cannock in xxxx to become part of Staffordshire University.

Photo - Frank Horsfall, 2005
University Campus