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Burton upon Trent, also known as Burton-on-Trent or simply Burton, is a town straddling the River Trent in the east of Staffordshire, England. Burton, which had an estimated population of 43,784 (2001 Census), lies within the National Forest.

There is some confusion as to whether Burton is based in the West Midlands or the East Midlands, even though all of the urban centre is southwest of the River Dove, which forms the Derbyshire/Staffordshire boundary. This is probably because it was formerly within the East Midlands Utility (electricity/gas) areas, and has Derby postcodes (DE13-DE15)

There is little evidence for human activity in the Burton area in the Mesolithic period, although flints have been found and the burial of a woman on an elevated platform beside the river Trent in Branston may also be Mesolithic. There is evidence of Bronze Age activity in the surrounding areas. What were probably Bronze Age objects have also been found north of Burton, and there seems to have been an Iron Age cremation cemetery south of Stretton village.

Burton is the administrative centre for the borough of East Staffordshire and forms part of the Burton constituency. The local Member of Parliament is the Conservative Party’s Andrew Griffiths, who has represented the Burton (and Uttoxeter) constituency since May 2010. The Conservatives took the seat from Labour in the 2010 general election with an 8.7% swing.

For centuries brewing was Burton’s major trade, and it is still an important part of its economy. The town is currently home to 8 breweries; Coors Brewers Ltd: formerly Bass Brewers Ltd, and now the UK arm of Molson Coors Brewing Company – which produces Carling and Worthington Bitter; Marston, Thompson and Evershed plc, bought by Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries now renamed Marstons plc. The Marston’s Brewery produces its own brands, draught Marstons Pedigree, draught Hobgoblin and also draught Bass under licence from InBev.

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