All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Burton-on-Trent is a town of roughly 70,000 people situated on the Staffordshire-Derbyshire boarder. Burton rose to economic prominence through the brewing trade and at it’s height a quarter of all the beer consumed in Britain was produced in Burton. Like many industries, Burton’s Breweries suffered decline in the early 20th century, although some still remain today and the town still celebrates its historical connection with beer. The National Brewing centre, complete with its very own microbrewery, is a prime example as it pays homage to Burton’s rich brewing heritage. Burton-on-Trent is also home to the Burton Operatic Society which produces a number of productions each year. The town also houses several historic churches which make for interesting exploration. Burton clearly has a lot to offer and as such, it is unsurprising that in the last 12 months reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 400 people relocate to the town.
At reallymoving.com we will only place you in touch with local removal companies which will prove invaluable to your move as their knowledge of the Burton locality will help you avoid unforeseen delays. For example, the annual Statutes Fair that occupies Market Place and parts of High Street, New Street and Lichfield Street can cause severe delays to unsuspecting movers.
Whether you want to explore Burton’s museums or enjoy fine craft ale in one of the town’s microbreweries, our removal partners are here to help make your move as straightforward as possible. With their support you can rest assured that your move to Burton will proceed without any unexpected surprises.
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