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Burton On Trent

Welcome to Burton-on-Trent, a market town in the West Midlands, on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border.

Close to the city of Derby which offers plenty of exciting career opportunities, and with lots of good and outstanding OFSTED rated primary and secondary schools to choose from, this is a town perfect for both professionals and families alike.

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Living in Burton On Trent

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Things to do

First built in the 1200s, Sinai Park House has long been a place for rest and recuperation. Sinai is home to an ancient spring, Chalybeate waters. It is here that the monks who inhabited Burton Abbey healed and took respite after bloodletting. The surrounding Sinai Park Woodlands offer the perfect opportunity to explore the house’s surrounding areas and get lost in this historic forest.

Horninglow Green is a protected green space under Fields in Trust. Here, locals are known to sit and picnic, relax in the sun whilst reading a book and celebrate special occasions. Think of this as a local place of peace and tranquility.

Escape Time gives you 60 minutes for you and your team to get out of their live escape rooms. Get your brains thinking and your blood pumping in the three different rooms.


In need of some retail therapy? Fear not, Burton-on-Trent has everything you need.

The Octagon and Burton Place shopping centres offer high street favourites, latest fashion trends and beauty bargains, all under one roof. There is also a TK Maxx and Dunelm close by for homewares galore.

With an ASDA and Tesco superstore on your doorstep, the weekly shop is made simple too. There are smaller, independent greengrocers and butchers where you can pick up local produce.


Burton-on-Trent train station offers services to Birmingham New Street, Aberdeen, Cardiff and Nottingham which in turn provide links to other major cities in the UK, including the capital.

With the M1 nearby and lots of major A roads, travelling by car, whether for business or pleasure, is made simple.

For those wanting to travel further afield, East Midlands airport is less than an hour away by car.


From cosy country pubs to pizza places, you certainly won’t go hungry in Burton-on-Trent.

The Devonshire Arms is a great local pub serving classics from burgers to fish and chips. With a good selection of beers and ales on tap, you won’t be short of drinks to wash it all down with.

The Crossing is also a pub, but with a difference. Recently renovated and with rustic interiors, this is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with family or evenings with friends. Find wood fired pizzas on the menus and a brilliant wine list.

The Brewery Tap is the bar and restaurant attached the National Brewery Centre. You will find delicious bar food as well as a selection of Ales, some of which were brewed on site

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