Burton-upon-Trent


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Burton-upon-Trent

a town in W central England, in E Staffordshire: famous for brewing. Pop.: 43 784 (2001)
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The new Travelodge Burton-upon-Trent Central will be opened by the Mayor of East Staffordshire, Cllr Len Milner, and Judy Harper, a receptionist at the company's first hotel, Travelodge Burton A48 Northbound, and one of the first employees of the brand.
The Awards will run again in 2013 and judging takes place in Burton-upon-Trent The Thornbridge team at the GBBF (left to right): Stacey Webster.
Why did Burton-upon-Trent become the capital of the British brewing industry?
The first Marmite production facility was established in Burton-upon-Trent in a disused malting shed in 1902.
Staffordshire Police said the boy had been detained in a critical condition in hospital after the accident in Burton-upon-Trent, which happened shortly before 1pm.
Dean Stoakes, 34, from Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, was charged with dcausing the death of Teresa English, 45, at Moyvilla near Oranmore, County Galway.
Based in Burton-Upon-Trent in Staffordshire, Punch Taverns has approximately 550 employees, who together support 7,400 pub retailers and their staff across the United Kingdom.
Shipton, 65, of Henhurst Hill in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, was fined PS130 and ordered to pay PS70 prosecution costs, as well as a PS15 victim surcharge.
At Leamington Justice Centre, Shipton, aged 65, of Henhurst Hill, Burton-upon-Trent, pleaded guilty to three animal health offences.
At the time Judge John Burgess said Taylor, of Burton-upon-Trent, Staffs, deserved no credit as the guilty pleas were so late.
To support this ANPR technology and associated services are required from a provider at BHFT~s Queens Hospital site in Burton-upon-Trent, along with Samuel Johnson Community Hospital in Lichfield.
SIX North Wales players have been named in Wales' ' Learning Disability squad to face England on March 17 at St Georges Park, Burton-upon-Trent.