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 works comprise the removal of asbestos containing materials and the demolition of buildings and associated structures at the site of the former imex business centre located within burton-upon-trent
Target: Argos' National Distribution Centre at Barton Business Park, Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire
Travelodge Hotels, a UK-based company that owns and operates hotel properties, has announced the opening of its newest hotel in Burton-upon-Trent, in UK, where in 1985 it opened its first hotel.
Summary: A two-car crash on a dual carriageway has left two people dead and at least six others injured on the A38 near Burton-upon-Trent.
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.
The grim discovery was made close to Ferry Bridge, in Burton-upon-Trent, by a member of the public late on Friday.
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.
The man, from Gloucester, was initially detained by detectives investigating the disappearance of Gladys Hammond's body from St Peter's Church, Yoxall, near Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, last October.
Tritax Big Box REIT PLC will buy the national distribution centre of catalogue retailer Argos in Burton-upon-Trent in a GBP74.
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.