An imposing miners’ memorial can be found in the heart of Hednesford. It stands in tribute to those who worked in the Cannock Chase coalfields. The tribute consists of some 3,500 bricks with the names of those who worked in the pits. It’s completed with a giant replica lantern in the centre.

Hednesford Hills raceway is a great attraction for lovers of speed and adventure. It’s home to the fastest quarter mile oval in Europe, and has hosted events for more than 60 years. The track hosts a variety of disciplines and hosts a renowned annual national championship race. More information can be found here.

As the home of Hednesford Town Football Club, Keys Park is an important landmark.

The Pitmen now play in the Vanarama National League North and have enjoyed some success in recent seasons. Fixtures are available here. Keys Park is also available to hire for corporate events, more information can be found on the Hednesford Town Website.

If nature is more your thing then Hednesford doesn’t disappoint, Hednesford Hills is the gateway to Cannock Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Hednesford Park is also currently undergoing a massive refurbishment thanks to a £2.2 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund Grant. To find out more about the improvements to the park, please visit the Cannock Chase Council website

The museum of Cannock Chase has something for all the family. The museum’s exhibits showcase the region’s coal mining past through a compelling interactive mining gallery.Cannock and Hednesford’s important role during the World Wars is also highlighted. The museum is a brilliant day out for visitors of all ages and entry is free. More information can be found here.