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County - Staffordshire | Map
Tel code: 01283 | code search
Postcode: DE14 | code search
Population: 50000
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Burton upon Trent History
Birthplace of:
Michael Bass
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Food Legends:
Bass Pale Ale
Bovril
Marmite
Folk Customs:
Abbots Bromley Horn Dance
The Barlaston Wassail

Burton upon Trent Events

July
Kings Bromley Show

October
Halloween at the National Forest Maize Maze!
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New Street Taxis
"your drivers have been picking my son daniel up every day to go to fountains primary school although we have had several different drivers and escorts daniel has always been ..." More

Dart Inn
"had a nice welcome there,landlady sally lovely person,landlord roger runs a good ship there.a local pub good music every weekend,made good friends. danny tipperary ireland

Date visited: 03/04/2008 ..." More

Three Queens Hotel
"Good Points: very good food good service General review: had a very relaxing stay, enjoyed staying at the hotel

Date visited: 2009-06-16 ..." More

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Situated in the Heart of England and the capital of the National Forest, East Staffordshire offers breath taking scenery, picturesque villages, bustling market towns and an abundance of history and heritage. The area hosts a range of attractions from relaxing, tranquil riverside walks and nature trails to the exhilaration and excitement of a day at Uttoxeter Racecourse.
The growth of Burton upon Trent is historically associated with the former Abbey. It was the discovery by the monks of the special qualities of the local well water for brewing that really ensured the future prosperity of the town. As trade expanded the town flourished and by 1880 it is estimated that upwards of 40 breweries were in business in the town. You can revisit the past and experience first hand how Burton became synonymous worldwide with brewing. The Bass Museum gives you a taste, literally, of brewing through the ages.
Shopping in Burton is centred around the pedestrianised town centre. Cooper’s Square, The Octagon and Burton Place shopping centres contain many top high street names intermingled with specialist shops and welcoming bars and cafes. The traditional colourful, open-air market and indoor market hall complete the shopping experience and guarantee something for everyone.

Accountant

Hunter Associates Ltd
Lifestyle Accounting Ltd
Nicholson Blythe Ltd
The Chartwell Practice

Association

Asbestos Removal Contractors Association

Attraction

Branston Water Park
Byrkley Park Centre
Catton Hall
Measham Museum
National Brewery Centre
National Memorial Arboretum
The National Forest
Toys of Yesteryear (Toyshop & Museum)
Tutbury Castle
Tutbury Crystal

Budget

Premier Inn Burton on Trent East *book online*
Travelodge Burton A38 Northbound *book online*
Travelodge Burton A38 Southbound *book online*

Care Home

Mount Pleasant

Cinema

Cineworld Cinema

Cottage

Field Lodge

Council

East Staffordshire Borough Council

Dentist

Dental Surgery
Dr D P Shenton

Doctor

Bridge Surgery
Dr Lockwood JAF
Winshill PMS Practice

Estate Agent

Bramall David Estate Agents
Duncombe & Baker
Kingston Estate Agents
Noon Associates
Rushton Hickman Partnership
Villager Estate Agents

Farmers Market

Burton Farmers Market

Golf Club

Branston Golf Club
Burton-upon-Trent
Craythorne
Hoar Cross Hall

Health and Fitness Club

Fitness First Burton

Holiday Park

Kingfisher Holiday Park

Market

Bromley Markets Car Boot
Burton Farmers Market
Burton upon Trent Market
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Pub and Bar

Berkeley Arms
Black Eagle
Burton Bridge Inn
Chloes Restaurant
Dart Inn
Dial Bar & Restaurant
Grove
Jubilee
Loaf & Cheese
Lord Burton
Nelson Inn
New Inn
Oddfellows Arms
Pickled Gherkin
Prince Arthur
Rams Head

Swan Inn
Thomas Sykes Pub
Three Queens Hotel
Union Inn

Restaurant

Burton Bridge Inn
Chloes Restaurant
Dial Bar & Restaurant
Enricos
Jee-Ja-Jees
Old Vicarage Restaurant
Three Queens Hotel

Solicitor

Deans Solicitors
Hennessy & Co
John Waller & Co
Timms

Taxi

5 Ten Taxis
57 Taxis
All Star Karachicabs
Branston Taxis Ltd
Five Star Taxis

New Street Taxis
Pauls Taxis
Quick taxis
Royal Cars

Sports Clubs

Alrewas CC (Cricket)
Barton under Needwood CC (Cricket)
Burton Albion (Amateur Football)
Burton Athletic Club (Athletics)
Burton CC (Cricket)
Burton RFC (Rugby Union)
Dunstall CC (Cricket)
Hatton Darts Running Club (Athletics)
Manor Park Sailing Club (Sailing)
Pirelli Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Robert Sutton High School TTC (Table Tennis)
Stpaenhill (Amateur Football)
Trentside CC (Cricket)
Uxbridge Premier Club Ability (Table Tennis)
Uxbridge TTC (Table Tennis)

Shops

Exotics Floral Studio

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Hearts & Flowers
Boots
Early Learning Centre
Rymans
Fleur De Lee
Bretby Nurseries Ltd
Barton Fields
Premier Pets Ltd
Johnsons
Woodshoot Nurseries
Wolverhampton Rd Pharmacy
Lancaster And Thorpe Ltd
Ellis Of Burton
Priceless Shoes Ltd
J D Sports
Carphone Warehouse
Mexicas
Peacocks
Mothercare
Little Carpet & Flooring Co Ltd
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Electrowares and Spares
The Soap Box
Toys of Yesteryear (Toyshop & Museum)
Topshop
BHS
House Of Fraser

Activities

Suzi Watson Meadow View Stables(Riding)

Places to Stay near Burton upon Trent

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Grail Court Hotel (0.53 miles)

Grail Court Hotel

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In the town centre of Burton upon Trent, in the heart of the Midlands, this hotel and restaurant is a historic Grade II listed building, dressed in Arthurian décor. The Grail Court ... More

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Delter Hotel (0.69 miles)

Delter Hotel

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The Delter Hotel is fully centrally heated and offers colour TV with freeview, WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities in all bedrooms. All prices include Full English Breakfast. ... More

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Three Queens Hotel (0.80 miles)

Three Queens Hotel

The warmest of welcomes starts when you walk through our doors and are greeted by our friendly staff. After deciding on the time of your morning call, whether you would like morning tea, coffee or ... More | visit website

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Riverside Hotel (1.65 miles)

Riverside Hotel

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Pleasantly situated overlooking the River Trent, the Riverside Hotel has much to offer, including coarse fishing rights to the river.Enjoy a drink in the old English style panelled bar or ... More

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Ramada Burton Upon Trent, Newton Park (2.67 miles)

Ramada Burton Upon Trent, Newton Park

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Set in 8 acres of beautiful gardens, yet only 2 miles from the A50 link road between the M1 and M6, this traditional country house hotel boasts superb views over the ... More

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Brookhouse Hotel (2.69 miles)

Brookhouse Hotel

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Set in a beautiful country garden, this distinctive hotel offers excellent food and good quality beds, and is convenient for East Midlands and Birmingham airports. North of Burton-On-Trent, just off the A38/A50, ... More

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Dovecliff Hall Hotel (2.76 miles)

Dovecliff Hall Hotel

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Grade 2 listed Georgian House built in 1790 7 acres of gardens with views of the river Dove and weir.The magnificent air-conditioned restaurant and ... More

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Premier Inn Burton on Trent East (2.89 miles)

Premier Inn Burton on Trent East
Within easy reach of the A38, A42 and M1. There are beautiful field views and a beer garden to the rear of this hotel. Local attractions include Drayton Manor Theme Park, a cinema complex and ... More | visit website
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Unicorn Inn (3.10 miles)

Unicorn Inn

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gastro pub, a la carte restaurant, country pub with 8 hotel rooms, set in a rural village, 3 miles from the centre of burton on trent, 11 miles from derby ... More

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Travelodge Burton A38 Northbound (3.16 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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