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The evil Professor G. Reese and his sly assistant Olly Cann have hidden a fiendish machine in Lichfield that is designed to suck up the oil from all the chipshops and takeaways. You must crack the code by solving the clues in order to turn it off before food riots break out and the Professor slips away to cause chaos in the next town.
The beautiful city of Lichfield with its unique three-spired cathedral brings surprise at every corner. History seeps out of the buildings, while the shops are as modern, varied and appealing as anywhere. One ghoulish fact is that the last man to be burned at the stake, Edward Wightman, suffered his fate in the city. Thankfully, those days are long gone, and you can relax in the parks, which are some of the finest to be found, and eat and drink in one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants after you have enjoyed exploring on your Trail. Lichfield may be one of England's smaller cities, but there is as wide a range of sights and leisure opportunities as you will find anywhere. Just don't forget your camera!
After parking in one of Lichfield's numerous car parks, you should allow around 2 hours for this 2 mile walking Spy Trail. There are some ideal sites for a picnic during the Trail and plenty of open spaces to enjoy, while the many opportunities to diverge from the route and visit other attractions can easily fill a whole day.
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