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Just How Dirty is Lee Green's Air?

Very is the unsurprising answer. A recent pollution study has found that the Tiger’s Head intersection of Lee High Road, Lee Road, Eltham Road and Burnt Ash Road registers… 608 more words

Lee

Burton's Ghost Trail

Not far from a well-known Burton upon Trent hostelry called The Royal Oak, and standing happily in the middle of the market square, is an innocent looking tree surrounded by a seat. 402 more words

Burton Upon Trent

6th March 1152. Demise of the Celtic Church.

Regarding the battle for supremacy between the Celtic and Roman Churches, the die had been cast in 664 at Whitby, when the dating of Easter was to be decided in favour of the Roman model.(1) 490 more words

March

Burton Upon Trent: St Modwen's Church

Located on Guild Street is the church of St Modwen. Occupying the site of the former Benedictine Abbey founded in 1002, the church overlooks the central market place in Burton. 160 more words

Ecclesiastical Architecture

Burton Upon Trent: Friars Walk School

Located on Friars Walk in Burton Upon Trent is the site of the school which replaced the 16th century Grammar school. An inscription on the building dates the school from 1834 which at the time, consisted of one classroom, a dwelling and a stable. 84 more words

19th Century Architecture